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.
Basketball star Miela Goodchild shows us a step-through, Andy takes on the dummy in an Aussie rules quick-kick challenge, and our players battle it out in tee-ball-cricket.
An Aussie trampolinist shows us how to do a Barani, we witness Parramatta set a world record for the biggest win in NRL history, and our players chase a world record for most high-fives in a minute.
We witness 'The Play', an after the siren victory that has never been forgotten. Plus, the kids of Australia vote on the world's greatest basketballer, and our players attempt table-tennis-sprinting.
Surfing legend Bede Durbidge teaches us how to carve, a bizarre text message reveals Novak Djokovic has two poodles, and the final challenge smashes together surf lifesaving and bowling.
Our players look inside Virat Kohli's lunch box, we witness the biggest AFL comeback, and the players attempt a world record to eat as many chocolates with chopsticks blindfolded in a minute.
Our players sort the washing for the AFL, a table tennis champ shows us how to add top spin, our players try Sumo-Rugby, and the third Smashhlete through to finals week is decided.
Our players chase a world record for most T-shirts put on in a minute, we witness the moment an errant beachball sunk Liverpool's title hopes, and our players take on horseracing-golf.
We witness Australia's lucky escape in the 1999 Cricket World Cup semifinal, a water polo pro shows us how to save goals, and our players take on a soccer-shooting challenge with a twist.
The Fed-Express video-calls to confess his love of cheese, breaking news reveals the strange history of basketball shorts, plus Andy takes on the Dummy in a slip 'n' slide headers challenge.
A world record attempt for most balloons popped in a minute, we witness the historic drawn grand final of 2010, and the final challenge 'smashhes' together tennis and gymnastics.
Andy takes on the Dummy in a match of basketball-Marco Polo, we get a masterclass in serving from up-and-coming volleyball stars, and the players give pinata-putt putt a go.
Our players attempt to stack as many toilet rolls in 60 seconds to break a world record, parkour pro Shaun Wood shows us how to drop and roll, plus our players take on a Dino-Soccer Shoot-out.
Olympian Nat Cook teaches us how to dig, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest ever pump-up song, and we witness the moment two teammates started wrestling during an EPL match.
Our players discover that LeBron James is a Drake fan, Andy takes on the Dummy in a dizzy tackling challenge, and an Ironman shows us how to master the board.
A look inside the lunch box reveals The Rock's favourite snack, the Dummy takes on a pro-gymnast at the pommel horse, and our players Smashh together motor-racing and tennis.
Olympian Matt Denny takes on the Dummy in a hammer-throw challenge, Andy and the Dummy face-off at beach flags, and our players compete in the plastic cup triathlon.
Our players peek inside the lunchbox of Usain Bolt, then race to name every Winter Olympic event in 30 seconds, before a masterclass in trick shots from a rising tennis star.
We travel back to the moment a referee showed himself a red card, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest tennis player of all time, and a professional ballerina teaches us how to pas de chat.
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