Cirkidz's Jono Dragt introduces the ParkAwesome program, where children learn the basics of parkour and develop skills that help them perform acrobatics, take risks and fall safely.
Join Elizabeth on a shopping trip as she explains what life is like with a food allergy and we learn why allergies occur, what some of the most commons one are and some of the choices one must make to stay healthy while living with one.
Body image is how we view our bodies - and while children are being constantly bombarded with images and subliminal messages everyday about how we 'should' look, and what a 'good' body looks like - it's no wonder they worry about their appearance. But since our body shapes are largely determined before we are even born thanks to genetics, that side of things is largely out of our control. But what we can control is how we take care of our bodies, how we respect ourselves and how we celebrate the uniqueness of our individuality.
Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations called tics. Discover what it's like to have tics and how you can support someone you know with the BtN team
We witness the moment Sir Don Bradman scored the most runs in a single day, a wheelchair tennis pro shows us how to do a sliced serve, and our players take on the Aussie Rules Triathlon.
We witness the most goals ever scored in an international match, a badminton pro shows us how to hit a net shot, and the final challenge 'smashhes' together gridiron and hockey.
We cut open a shot-put to see what's inside, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest tennis player of all time, and the final challenge 'smashhes' together table tennis and motor racing.
Breaking news reveals baseballers used to put cabbage under their caps to stay cool, the Dummy takes on an NBL champ in a game of one-on-one, then our players tackle the ultimate tennis challenge.
We witness Parramatta set a record for most consecutive NRL wooden spoons, a badminton pro shows us how to overhead smash, then the final challenge 'smashhes' together cricket and tee-ball.
A bizarre txt reveals Rihanna's favourite sport, we look back on the longest own goal in pro-soccer history, our players find the science of weightlifting, then it's the Baseball-Biathlon.
The Dummy challenges ironman Matt Bevilacqua to a surf ski race (and gets smassshed), plus our players discover the sports science of blood types, before taking on a table-tennis obstacle course.
Hockeyroo Jodie Kenny shows us how to pass, the kids of Australia vote on the scariest sport of all-time, our players test the science of reflexes, then the final challenge is Surf-Lifesaving Bowling.
Breaking news reveals the longest golf shot went 4 kilometres (on the moon), our players sort laundry for the Qld Maroons, a BMX pro shows us how to negotiate table-tops, and our players take on Sumo Putt-Putt.
Our players sort the washing for the AFL, a water-polo champ shows us how to dribble, our players try sumo-rugby, and the third smashhlete through to finals week is decided.
We cut open a hockey puck to see what's inside, the Dummy tries to outrun an agility dog, a bizarre text reveals Steph Curry is afraid of snakes, and we witness the first-ever tied test match.
Our players discover that humans are better endurance runners than horses. Plus, we witness the moment a pro-golfer was attacked by hornets.
Our players discover the science of cool-downs, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest Australian sportsperson of all time, and our players compete in an obstacle course.
We witness the moment Australia won their first ever Olympic beach volleyball gold, the Dummy tries to outscore a horse in equestrian dressage, and our players take on tennis-gymnastics.
We witness the insane spectacle as a pro-golfer took 19 strokes on a single hole of golf! Plus, a figure-skating champ shows us how to twizzle, and the players give pinata-putt-putt a go!
Breaking news reveals that golf was once banned for being too exciting, we witness the biggest six by an Australian, and we get some badminton hacks from a pro.
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