The Neutral Zone

Brock Richardson and his panel of sports experts engage in a lively roundtable discussion about Parasports and professional sports news and newsmakers.

The Neutral Zone

Brock Richardson and his panel of sports experts engage in a lively roundtable discussion about Parasports and professional sports news and newsmakers.

Meet the Hosts - The Neutral Zone

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Cam Jenkins

Cam Jenkins is an original co-host of The Neutral Zone which first aired on Voices4ability in 2015. Cam's passion for sports started with sledge hockey and then he moved on to successfully compete in Para Track and Field events over the past 20 years. Cam is currently an assistant coach of the Cruisers Sports for the Physically Disabled sledge hockey team. Follow Cam on Twitter: @NeutralZoneCamJ

 

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Brock Richardson

Brock’s love for sports began 14 years ago when he became a Boccia competitor. Brock is a two-time Paralympian previously competing in Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012. Following his passion for broadcast, Brock is the station manager for Voices4Ability, an online radio station. In Brock’s spare time he enjoys travelling and country music. Follow Brock on Twitter: @neutralzonebr

 

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Bret Wills

Bret gravitated to the Toronto sports scene rather early in his life. He might be the Toronto Maple Leafs' most die-hard fan. Bret’s passion also extends to radio. He is one of the original hosts of The Neutral Zone which first aired on Voices4ability in 2015 and he’s thrilled to now be a part of the AMI-audio team! Follow Bret on Twitter: @NeutralZoneBret

 

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David Rukavina 

David was the Neutral Zone's original host, going back to the show’s humble beginnings in 2015. The Neutral Zone provides a "coming together" of many of David’s interests: sports, broadcast media and involvement with the disabled community. When not in the Neutral Zone, David works as a financial planner, at Investors Group’s Mississauga office, where a substantial portion of his practice is involved with the special needs community.