Welcome back to another episode of Audio Whiplash - only on the Tall Can Audio Podcast Network.
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Our pal Amy Burk returns to the show just days before departing for Lima Peru where she will lead Team Canada in to competition at the ParaPanAm Games.
On the agenda today, one of Amy's most sacred post tournament traditions is in jeopardy thanks to McDonald's saying they'll change one of their recipes, why things didn't go so well at her most recent tournament, whether or not it's possible to acknowledge her own personal successes when a team doesn't meet it's goals, why leaving home for these events is actually getting harder, where she's at heading in to Lima 2019 and what is on the line.
Amy also explains why this version of the PanAms is actually still pretty special to her despite it being the third time she's been selected for this event.
Later on, the conversation moves on from Amy's athletic endeavours and turns to a recent article that lays out how Canadians are currently using their tech. It's a fascinating look at just how much things have changed in a real hurry for this country. Are you in the majority of people that say they've texted from the toilet? Cuz one of our hosts says they are!
All this and so much more on the latest edition of the TCA flagship.
Competition for Amy and her teams kicks off on Aug 25 and if you want to follow her team you can look her up on Twitter & Instagram @BurkAmy7 and follow her team @CanadianWomensGoalball or search Canadian Women's Goalball on Facebook.
Or keep locked as always to our social media feeds @TallCanAudio and we'll keep you updated on Amy's progress there.
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