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BBC Radio 4: The effectiveness goal-setting and visualisation

Unveiling the Power of Goal Setting and Visualization: Insights from BBC Radio 4 Interview This morning, I enjoyed joining Karthi Gnanasegaram on BBC Radio 4, delving into the captivating world of goal setting and visualization. The short conversation explored sports psychology, dissecting why and how these practices are instrumental in achieving success. Here’s a sneak peek into our discussion and …

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BBC Radio Berkshire: Dealing with adversity

Navigating Storms: Insights from My BBC Radio Berkshire Interview on Handling Adversity in Sport Introduction: In the ever-evolving world of sports, the ability to thrive in adversity often separates champions from the rest. Recently, I had the privilege of discussing this critical topic on BBC Radio Berkshire with the remarkable Sarah Walker. Our conversation was sparked by the challenging situation …

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BBC Radio5 Live speaking with Naga Munchetty on what it takes to be a winner

🏆 Unpacking the Champion’s Blueprint: Insights from BBC Radio Five Live Interview 🏆 Today, I had the privilege of joining Naga Munchetty on BBC Radio Five Live to dissect the essence of what makes a true champion, particularly in light of Novak Djokovic’s remarkable 24th Grand Slam victory at the US Open at the age of 36. 🎾 We embarked …

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BBC Radio Scotland talking about Andy Murray’s Wimbledon hopes

As Andy Murray approaches the twilight of his playing career, this extraordinary performer can look forward to Wimbledon eagerly. Two factors will determine how well he does – one in his control and the other not so much. Within his control is his mindset, an area that has brought its challenges to Andy in his younger days, and as Paul …

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BBC Radio Scotland: The psychology of revenge

Lovely to be invited to speak woth Fiona Stalker o BBC Radio Scotland again The Long-Term Effects of RevengeEven though the first few moments feel rewarding in the brain, psychological scientists have found that instead of quenching hostility, revenge prolongs the unpleasantness of the original offence. Instead of delivering justice, revenge often creates only a cycle of retaliation. Steve Bruce and …

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BBC Breakfast TV: Andy Murray

Always a pleasure to work with the BBC. Three times this week with two radio interviews (BBC 5 Live and BBC Scotland) and today talking on BBC Breakfast TV. Andy Murray had just too much of a challenge after competing for 10 hrs and 10 sets in his first two rounds of the Australian Open Tennis Championship. What an incredible …

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BBC Radio 5 Live talking Andy Murray with Colin Murray

Invited to speak with Colin Murray on Radio 5 Live about Andy Murray’s extraordinary performance at the Australian Open, where he played the longest match of his career, a staggering 5hrs 45 minutes against homeboy, Thanasi Kokkinakis Australian Open 2023 Venue: Melbourne Park Dates: 16-29 January Coverage: Commentary every day from 07:00 GMT on BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra ‘Tennis Breakfast’ live from Melbourne, …

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BBC Scotland talking Andy Murray

Invited to speak with Fiona Stalker and guests about Andy Murray’s extraordinary performance at the Australian Open, where he played the longest match of his career, a staggering 5hrs 45 minutes against homeboy, Thanasi Kokkinakis Australian Open 2023 Venue: Melbourne Park Dates: 16-29 January Coverage: Commentary every day from 07:00 GMT on BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra ‘Tennis Breakfast’ live from Melbourne, with selected …

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BBC Radio Stoke: Cheating in sport

Lovely to speak with @lizellisradio on teh subject of cheating in sports. Why do people cheat in Sports? There’s an adage that ‘everyone loves a winner, and to some extent, it’s true. We love great athletes. We want our team or country to win at sports, whatever the Sport. We want our favourite team to win, But at what cost …

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BBC Radio Kent The Pressure for Emma Raducanu

A pleasure to be talking with BBC Radio Kent (speaking with Anna Cookson) on the subject of Emma Raducanu and the intense pressure she will be under at the US Open this year. She starts as the holder of this Slam and, after winning last year, has not progressed past the second round in her three slams since Media sport …