Greg Rust is a respected TV broadcaster, sport and automotive reporter, and creator of the multiple award-winning podcast "Rusty's Garage".
Many in Australia would known him from the broadcasts of Supercars, MotoGP, Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships, the Australian Off Road Championship, Olympics broadcasts and heaps of other sporting programs in addition to his time on many TV networks.
He's mastered the art of being on camera all of his career, and has interviewed the biggest names in sport in the world.
Today Rusty workshops with us the ways to improve your interviews, how to be confident on camera and lots more. Every athlete who is serious about turning pro won't want to miss this episode with Rusty!
Mark Fogarty has been a journalist for nearly 50 years and has interviewed some of the most well-known sporting champions around the world. He's covered all the grand slams in tennis, the majors in golf, the America’s Cup, Olympics, Commonwealth Games, and global motorsport from F1, NACAR, IndyCar, rally, Supercars in Australia and is leading the news at Auto Action Magazine.
'Foges' is renowned as a news hound, but an award-winning one who tells the stories that need to be told. He can be intimidating to some athletes just because he has a very direct approach in asking questions. You need to be on your game if you’re interviewed by him which is why we wanted to chat with him to teach you all you need to know about news, interviews, and building relationships with journalists that will benefit your sporting career for years to come.
Brett Murray wears many hats… journalist, PR machine, team owner, plus owner of the #1 independently owned motorsport news website in the world, Speedcafe.com.
He also was the owner of the 2016 IndyCar team Pirtek Team Murray at the 100th running of the Indy 500. He knows more than most about what it takes for you to be a successful athlete, how you can best utilise the media to boost your profile, and how to keep sponsors for life.