Coronapod 3 (Sonia O’Sullivan on postponing the Olympics & Australia’s Response To Coronavirus)

Released Wednesday, 18th March 2020
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For the third instalment of our mid-week coronavirus special episode, we are joined from Australia by the Irish sporting legend Sonia O'Sullivan.

Sonia has already made the headlines this week with her calls for the Olympics to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Sonia explains the current state-of-play for those living in Australia, her sympathy for athletes who will have careers affected by the virus and why we all really need to truly appreciate what we have right now.
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