FAIR GAME?

Many young athletes want to be bigger, better, faster and stronger. And some are breaking the rules to do it.

SUNDAY investigates the use of banned performance-enhancing drugs in our clubs, schools and gyms.

Officials have no idea how many amateur athletes are doping – deliberately or accidentally.  But those who've done it say it's time for a wake-up call.

Reporter:       Jehan Casinader

Producer:       Julia Sartorio 

Cameras:      Gary Hopper, Joseph Day, Andrew Dalton

Editor:            Gareth  Pearce

 

ICEBREAKER 

Corey Baker ran away at 16 to join the ballet. Now, this London-based Kiwi is back to make the first-ever dance film on the icy continent of Antarctica. 

We meet this committed choreographer who wants to save the planet one step at a time. 

Reporter:       John Hudson

Producer:       Julia Sartorio 

Camera:         Gary Hopper

Editors:          Gareth  Pearce, Paul Anderson

 

COMEBACK KID 

It’s not normal practice for any star teenage sportsperson. To pack it all in, right when you’re at your peak, then return – 13 years later – better than ever. But that’s exactly what champion NZ diver Shaye Boddington did.

She opens up about the decade she lost to a disorder that nearly killed her, and how she’s claimed a spot in next month’s Commonwealth Games

Reporter:                   Tania Page

Producer:                  Paul Deady

Cameras:                   Martin Anderson, Joseph Day, Andrew Dalton

Editor:                       Gareth Pearce

 

CHANNELING MISTER WOO 

Eddie Woo is Australia’s most famous maths teacher. He first came to prominence with "Wootube"— his free YouTube channel that went viral with its fun and easy-to-understand explanations of difficult maths concepts.

His unique and contagious teaching style has resulted in him being in the running for a $1.3 million Global Teacher Prize — and the title of the world’s best teacher.

But Eddie’s spectacular success has come at some cost to his own students and family.

ABC ‘Australian Story’

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