Ep #9 HG's athlete of the week, Aussie Olympic uniforms and surf safety in Bellambi

A We Was Robbed episode. Saturdays 8am to 10am

Sat 2 April 2016

80 mins

Fashion critics HG Nelson and Chris Taylor weigh in on Australia's Olympic uniforms, are we cutting it in the high fashion stakes or should we incorporate more thongs, Akubras, cork hats and fly swats into our Rio wardrobe?

HG's athlete of the week qualifies for both the Olympics and Paralympics and Craig Kershaw, President of the Bellambi Surf Life Saving Club, gives some great tips on surf safety and tells us how to negotiate hula hoops of seaweed. The Bellambi school holidays surf awareness program is in action this April

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