Episode 46: 18 September 2020 featuring Kim Mulhall and Bryan Cake.

Down The Track show

Summary: <p>Newly elected AV Committee member Kim Mulhall joins Sean and Tim for an extensive conversation covering the many aspects of her involvement in athletics.  With twenty-one Victorian State titles to her name, together with a string of National tiles in both Senior and Junior ranks, Kim's experience from grassroots athletics through to international competition enables her to speak with authority on so many issues.</p> <p><br></p> <p>As head coach of the Caulfield Grammar athletic program, Kim discusses both the barriers and opportunities that present when working within the school system and broader athletic community, an area of expertise Kim hopes will assist Athletics Victoria to develop sustainable strategies as we emerge from the COVID period.</p> <p><br></p> <p>In a candid discussion of her own athletic career, Kim reveals for the first time the story of her PB Discus performance in the US and the question mark that this throw still has surrounding it.</p> <p><br></p> <p>In the second of our series focusing on the many and varied clubs that make up our state association, Bryan Cake from the Traralgon Harriers provides a wonderful insight into the club and the characters that have played an important role in the LaTrobe Valley and greater Gippsland region for many decades.  With a wonderful history of community involvement and early recognition of the 'recreational running' boom, the Traralgon Harriers in the traditional black uniform have been a mainstay of our XCR competition, whilst still providing track and field and recreational opportunities for their members. </p> <p><br></p> <p>Timeline:</p> <p>0:00:00 to 0:03:31 - Intro conversation</p> <p>0:03:32 to 0:43:58 - Kim Mulhall - champion athlete, school coach, and Athletics Victoria Committee member</p> <p>0:43:59 to 1:10:58 - Bryan Cake talks all things Traralgon Harriers</p> <p>1:10:59 to 1:29:54 - Wrap of international results and other athletic news</p>