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Magnus Sermo episode 1 now available

By 10/09/2020February 19th, 2021No Comments

"#1 Women don't sell magazines"

The Magnus Sermo podcast is now up and running and we’ve got our first episode under our belt. We’ve been extremely fortunate to start our series with a panel of guests that were happy to be the guinea pig for the panel style format that we are aiming for.

This episode introduced Stef Hanson, a now regular and soon to be presenter on the series. Stef is the chief and founder of Witsup.com, a media company celebrating women in triathlon style sports.  Stef brings over nine years of experience as journalist and one woman wrecking crew for Witsup. Hailing from Tasmania, Stef moved to Victoria to pursue a career in softball, before injury put paid to that and she tried her hand at triathlon. Stef has experienced first hand what it’s like to be a lone voice in a male dominated industry and can share those experiences with ease.

Joining Stef in our first foray into the exploration of gender bias were Kim Brennan AM, Olympic gold medalist rower turned lawyer, Emma Manix-Geeves, state and WBBL cricketer and finally Britt Smart, basketball player extraordinaire.

Listen to the panel discuss their experiences of inequality in sport and how and what it will take to tackle the problem.

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Andy Hollands

Andy Hollands

Andy is the co-founder of LUDUS. He loves sport but is mostly rubbish at them, tries hard though! Has run a few Ultra Marathons. Andy has been a business owner, a web developer and recently GM of three basketball teams in NBL1 and Sal's NBL in New Zealand. He's a firm believer in building sport from the grassroots level and ensuring that it's enjoyable for all.