Episode 1972: Tennis Trigger, Sprintastic, Sound Of Da Grammar Police
As expected Novak Djokovic marched to his 9th Australian Open title this weekend, but the really interesting events happened after the match.
In the last five days five different Irish athletes have posted the five fastest runs in the history of the 800m Irish indoors. Nadia Power and Síofra Cléirigh Buttner are top of the pile, and Eoin wonders if we have another (Ollie) Campbell (Tony) Ward fight to the death on our hands.
Siofra Cleirigh Buttner breaks the 800m Irish indoor record set only last Wednesday by Nadia Powerhttps://t.co/grMaXClh8P
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And several listeners have informed us that Eoin does not pronounce the word “film” correctly. Yep, it’s time to call the Grammar Police.
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