Cape Town - Having
raced in the 2012 Olympic 200m final, and won bronze at this year’s World
Championships in Beijing, South African sprinter Anaso Jobodwana is now focused
on a medal in Rio at next year’s Games.
on Wednesday's episode of The Dan Nicholl Show, screening at 19:00 on SuperSport 1,
the Olympian lays out his goals of improving his 100m performances.
goals are first to qualify for the Olympics, and when I’m there, qualify for
the final, and then when I qualify, get a medal,” Jobodwana, currently based in
Phoenix, Arizona, says.
“Whatever colour it is, I just have to get a medal.”
also need to bulk up,” concedes the slightly-built runner from the Eastern
Cape, a declaration that gets enthusiastic support from his fellow guests,
Carte Blanche host Derek Watts, and European Tour-winning golfer George Coetzee, who both offer to help out.
also discusses the encouragement he received from Usain Bolt at the World
Championships, and his time spent at Jackson State University in Mississippi,
while Watts recalls almost dying on an attempt to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, and
Coetzee explains the surfing trip that saw him break his ankle recently, ruling
out of this week’s golf at Sun City.
week’s show also in includes an insert from London, where host Dan Nicholl
takes on 1987 Wimbledon champion Pat Cash in a warm-up tennis match at the Barclays
ATP Tour Finals.
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to Sport24, here’s a preview of tonight’s show...