A topic that will resonate with many following the recent devastation of the pandemic. Sport one of our few remaining collective rituals, is entering its golden age – an acknowledged powerful force for good which will positively impact our lives on and off the pitch.
Matt Rogan and Kerry Potter will discuss what needs to happen post-pandemic to reboot and reshape our society into something far healthier and more united. It focuses on the future of sport, fitness and health – and why it matters to all of us.
Based on interviews with a diverse range of sports insiders, including Joe Wicks, Greg Searle, Tanya Joseph, and running-obsessed Rockstar Johnny Marr, All to Play For, dives into the past, present and future of the industry to show how sport has the power to lead us all out of the darkness and guide us in a post-pandemic world.
Matt Rogan (author) is a respected sports business leader and the co-founder of the multiple award winning Two Circles which has worked with the Premier League, the England and Wales Cricket Board, Wimbledon Tennis, England Rugby and a host of others. He is also a non-executive director the English Institute of Sport, delivering technology and sport science to Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic teams. Matt writes, teaches, and also presents a podcast series for SportsPro. He has also featured on BBC News, BBC Sport, MTV and CNN.
Kerry Potter (co-author) is the Associate Features Director on the Evening Standard’s magazine, ES, and the former Deputy Editor of ELLE magazine. She has spent two decades writing about health, fitness and lifestyle for national newspapers and magazines such as The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Mail on Sunday, Marie Claire, Red, Women’s Health and Many more. She is also a frequent presenter at TAL Festival.