College swimmer Victoria Trost on US collegiate system, plus how her degree helped her be a better swimmer, and vice versa.
Louise Bawden chats to Rupert Guinness about her sporting identity, dedication to volleyball and the difficult decision to retire.
While a handful of Winter Olympians left the Games as delighted medal winners, the majority left empty-handed.
Our unique webinar series empowers athletes to develop the skills, passion and purpose to thrive.
Mel Hoskins speaks with Rupert Guinness about the challenges she has faced leading up to and since her retirement.
Bernard Tomic is burned out. He is displaying all the signs of an athlete who is not feeling his sport anymore.
With the onset of any big Games, there are always athletes dealing with the pain of missing out on selection.
One day, all athletes face the difficult question: ‘What do I do in life after sport?’
Former premiership-winning AFL player Mike Pyke shares his experience of athlete transition and life after sport.
Dan Conn speaks to Rupert about his addiction struggles and the journey he took to overcome them.
Kath shares her journey of hardships with us and tells of how kindness played a large part in her recovery.
Olympians Sarah Cook and Kim Brennan discuss the importance of having a dual career pathway as an elite athlete.
The third Crossing the Line Summit highlights the importance of positive mental health practices.
Gearoid Towey talks about the attitudes that stand in the way of athletes and more positive mental health.
Richard Stenhouse of Global Elite Sports gives some advice to athletes on how to ensure a smoother transition into life after sport.
Olympic rower Kim Brennan talks about the importance of work and study in balancing the pressures of elite sport.
Crossing the Line is talking to key players in Australian sport and asking “what can we do better?” to ensure stronger mental health practices for our athletes.
Al Baxter talks about the importance of designing your life after sport and making sure you have “something to get out of bed for”.
The story of Australian sport is not the fairy tale many liken it to; not the positive story many would like us to believe. The price athletes pay is too high and the issue of mental health needs to be tackled earlier and more effectively.