EP38: He offers his expert views about events both on an off the bike. An interview with Robbie Hunter
The DOC and the GURU
With the Tour de France heading for an exciting finish on Sunday, we are honoured to have Robbie Hunter join us on The DOC & The GURU podcast this week. As South Africa’s first stage winner in the Tour, an event that he raced in 9 times during his illustrious 16-year professional career in Europe, he offers his expert views. In a 30 minute time trail, we chat about events both on and off the bike, team selection, tactics, old school ‘ride according to how your legs feel’ versus the modern data-rich approach to training, sports marketing, the strength of women’s cycling, greater fan engagement and a whole lot more. We also acknowledge the fantastic achievements of Doug Ryder and NTT Pro Cycling as they continue to fly the South African flag high with their team and their fantastic Qhubeka initiative as well as all the digital innovations from NTT, the official technology partner to the Tour.So, if you want to know why Robbie Hunter thinks and speaks about cycling in Italian, then don’t miss out on another great episode by clicking on the link below (in the comments section). And subscribe for free to not miss a single, weekly episode.This podcast is proudly brought to you by Nfinity Media who are incubating innovative businesses in the media industry. For more info on Nfinity Media, visit www.nfinity.co.za.#marketing #media #podcast
He was the first South African to ride in the Tour de France, and also become the first South African to win a stage of the same event.Sport SA Daily Diary chats to road cyclist Robbie Hunter about his rise in the world of cycling, competing in all three grand tours and wearing his National colours while racing in Europe.
Cyclists Robbie Hunter and Rene Haselbacher give back to hearing loss
Best of SportsTalk
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) the Cape Epic, along with other events, was cancelled. However, this didn’t get cyclists Robbie Hunter and Rene Haselbacher down. They are raising awareness for deaf people and raising funds for hearing aid.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CWPODCAST98: Robbie Hunter, State Building and Construction Trades
Capitol Weekly Podcast
With St. Patrick's Day around the corner, we sat down with the owner of the most prominent Irish brogue in California politics: Robbie Hunter, head of the State Building and Construction Trades Council. Hunter started his career as a steelworker, but his labor bonafides go deeper than that: his great-grandfather was an Irish labor organizer and steeplejack who helped build the Titanic, and Hunter was raised on a steady diet of labor history and organizing. He shared some of those stories and gave an update on the status of labor unions in the state.