Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Sports Tonight Podcast


  • Sports Tonight

    12/1/17:  The "Trundle Wheel" makes a surprise comeback as Chris and Robbie work up a sweat in the first round of the Sports Tonight Challenge - but who was quicker over a mile? That race pales in comparison to the upcoming Standard Chartered Marathon, and we meet two UAE residents with an unconventional approach to the ultimate test for a runner. We also catch up with Rafa Cabrera Bello and elite cyclist Matej Mohoric ahead of the Dubai Tour.

  • Sports Tonight

    12/1/17:  The "Trundle Wheel" makes a surprise comeback as Chris and Robbie work up a sweat in the first round of the Sports Tonight Challenge - but who was quicker over a mile? That race pales in comparison to the upcoming Standard Chartered Marathon, and we meet two UAE residents with an unconventional approach to the ultimate test for a runner. We also catch up with Rafa Cabrera Bello and elite cyclist Matej Mohoric ahead of the Dubai Tour.

  • Sports Tonight

    11/1/17:  Danny and Carl discuss the latest local and international sports news, including the impressive line-up announced for the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon, as well as the ongoing controversy surrounding cycling's Dave Brailsford and Team Sky.

  • Sports Tonight

    11/1/17:  Danny and Carl discuss the latest local and international sports news, including the impressive line-up announced for the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon, as well as the ongoing controversy surrounding cycling's Dave Brailsford and Team Sky.

  • Sports Tonight

    10/1/17: A FIFA firestorm rages in the studio tonight as we ask whether the governing body has done untold damage with its decision to up the number of World Cup nations to 48. Is it greed? Is it a misguided crusade to grow the game? Or do Chris and Robbie need to open their narrow minds?! The phone lines are jammed as listeners have their say. In part two, the one and only Omar Nour joins us to talk all things ITU World Triathlon Abu Dhabi – and the Benjamin Button of athletics is in a typically infectious mood! Plus, racing driver Oli Webb talks Hankook Dubai 24 Hour ahead of this weekend’s big race.

  • Sports Tonight

    10/1/17:  A FIFA firestorm rages in the studio tonight as we ask whether the governing body has done untold damage with its decision to up the number of World Cup nations to 48. Is it greed? Is it a misguided crusade to grow the game? Or do Chris and Robbie need to open their narrow minds?! The phone lines are jammed as listeners have their say. In part two, the one and only Omar Nour joins us to talk all things ITU World Triathlon Abu Dhabi – and the Benjamin Button of athletics is in a typically infectious mood! Plus, racing driver Oli Webb talks Hankook Dubai 24 Hour ahead of this weekend’s big race.

  • Monday Night Football

    09/1/17:  It's Dale Gordon's Big 5-0 and Robbie has paid tribute to "Disco D" by spending the afternoon setting his career highlights to the dulcet tones of Rick Astley. Those were the days eh Dale! Elsewhere, there's debate galore, with Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, Barca and Wayne Rooney all coming under the microscope.

  • Monday Night Football

    09/1/17:  It's Dale Gordon's Big 5-0 and Robbie has paid tribute to "Disco D" by spending the afternoon setting his career highlights to the dulcet tones of Rick Astley. Those were the days eh Dale! Elsewhere, there's debate galore, with Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, Barca and Wayne Rooney all coming under the microscope.

  • Sports Tonight

    08/1/17:  It’s all about the Emirates FA Cup third round as Chris and Robbie look back on a busy weekend of action in the world’s oldest cup competition. There’s reaction to Wayne Rooney’s record breaking goal for Manchester United and Real Madrid’s 39-game unbeaten run. Ross Crist joins the guys to talk NFL while Claude Harmon III gives his reaction to Tiger Woods’ Dubai return.

  • Sports Tonight

    08/1/17:  It’s all about the Emirates FA Cup third round as Chris and Robbie look back on a busy weekend of action in the world’s oldest cup competition. There’s reaction to Wayne Rooney’s record breaking goal for Manchester United and Real Madrid’s 39-game unbeaten run. Ross Crist joins the guys to talk NFL while Claude Harmon III gives his reaction to Tiger Woods’ Dubai return.

  • Sports Tonight

    05/1/17:  Tiger Woods is back! Chris, Robbie and Carl can hardly contain their excitement as it’s confirmed the 14-time Major winner is bound for the 2017 Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Tottenham end Chelsea’s 13-match winning streak. Who is now in the box seat to finish in the top four and who will miss out? The guys discuss that plus the state of men’s tennis.

  • Sports Tonight

    05/1/17:  Tiger Woods is back! Chris, Robbie and Carl can hardly contain their excitement as it’s confirmed the 14-time Major winner is bound for the 2017 Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Tottenham end Chelsea’s 13-match winning streak. Who is now in the box seat to finish in the top four and who will miss out? The guys discuss that plus the state of men’s tennis.

  • Sports Tonight

    04/1/17:  Chinese money in football: good or bad? Chris and Robbie thought they knew the answer until a slew of passionate texts propelled the debate into new territory on the wider ethics of football. Should darts be an Olympic sport? To Chris it isn’t really a question. There’s also the lowdown on the opening night of the World Cup Carnival at Meydan while the guys reflect on the career of an Indian cricket great.

  • Sports Tonight

    04/1/17:  Chinese money in football: good or bad? Chris and Robbie thought they knew the answer until a slew of passionate texts propelled the debate into new territory on the wider ethics of football. Should darts be an Olympic sport? To Chris it isn’t really a question. There’s also the lowdown on the opening night of the World Cup Carnival at Meydan while the guys reflect on the career of an Indian cricket great.

  • Sports Tonight

    03/1/17:  Chris and Robbie usher in 2017 with some well-meaning sporting New Year's resolutions… let’s see how long they last! We ask if Pep Guardiola has gone pop in the wake of his bizarre post-match antics. Andy Murray’s Knighthood and Ronda Rousey’s fall from grace come under the microscope as the guys query the instant gratification culture in sport.