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WA Today
Hilliard targets under-performers at world champsSprinter Mel Breen (left) performed below expectations in Beijing. Photo: Getty
Hilliard targets under-performers at world champs
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Sprinter Mel Breen (left) performed below expectations in Beijing. Photo: Getty Images Australia exceeded their own pessimistic medal forecast but some senior athletes had still under-performed, head coach Craig Hilliard said after the World... Read more
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WA Today
Coach says Mickle was okay to throwUnder duress: Kim Mickle throws with an injured shoulder at the world champions
Coach says Mickle was okay to throw
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Under duress: Kim Mickle throws with an injured shoulder at the world championships. Photo: AP Athletics Australia has defended the decision to allow Kim Mickle to throw in the javelin despite having torn ligaments in her shoulder. AA head coach... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Athletics Australia won't tolerate below-par performances in RioWorld Athletic Championships: Athletics Australia won't tolerate below-par perf
Athletics Australia won't tolerate below-par performances in Rio
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
World Athletic Championships: Athletics Australia won't tolerate below-par performances after Beijing showing Photo:Australian Jared Tallent won silver in the men's 50km walk.(REUTERS: David Gray) Athletics Australia (AA) head coach Craig Hilliard... Read more
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The Age
Coach says Mickle was okay to throwUnder duress: Kim Mickle throws with an injured shoulder at the world champions
Coach says Mickle was okay to throw
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Under duress: Kim Mickle throws with an injured shoulder at the world championships. Photo: AP Athletics Australia has defended the decision to allow Kim Mickle to throw in the javelin despite having torn ligaments in her shoulder. AA head coach... Read more
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The Age
Hilliard targets under-performers at world champsSprinter Mel Breen (left) performed below expectations in Beijing. Photo: Getty
Hilliard targets under-performers at world champs
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Sprinter Mel Breen (left) performed below expectations in Beijing. Photo: Getty Images Australia exceeded their own pessimistic medal forecast but some senior athletes had still under-performed, head coach Craig Hilliard said after the World... Read more
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SportsFan
Aust coach mostly bullish about aths teamTwo silver-medal efforts, a handful of young stars stepping up on the world sta
Aust coach mostly bullish about aths team
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
Two silver-medal efforts, a handful of young stars stepping up on the world stage and up to 10 big names waiting in the wings has athletics head coach Craig Hilliard mostly bullish about Australia's prospects for next year's Rio Olympics. Such is... Read more
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SportsFan
Surgery an option for MickleJavelin star Kim Mickle will learn soon whether she requires surgery to mend th
Surgery an option for Mickle
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
Javelin star Kim Mickle will learn soon whether she requires surgery to mend the injured shoulder which cruelled her world championships campaign. Mickle arrived in Beijing well below full fitness, having damaged the rotator cuff and ligament in her... Read more
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The Courier
Tallent’s world silver makes big statementTallent celebrates "clean" final and says he will boycott a pre-Olympic hit-out
Tallent’s world silver makes big statement
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Tallent celebrates "clean" final and says he will boycott a pre-Olympic hit-out in Russia next year TRUE TALENT: Ballarat's Jared Tallent celebrates his men's 50km finish but will boycott a major Russian meet next year. Picture: Getty Images JARED... Read more
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The Courier
Jared Tallent’s world silver gloryBallarat's Jared Tallent captures silver with impressive men's 50km walk in Bei
Jared Tallent’s world silver glory
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Ballarat's Jared Tallent captures silver with impressive men's 50km walk in Beijing Ballarat's Jared Tallent celebrates after crossing the line to win world championship silver in the men's 50km walk in Beijing. Picture: Getty Images JARED TALLENT... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Injured Mickle misses Beijing javelin finalWorld Athletics Championships: Injured Kim Mickle misses Beijing javelin final
Injured Mickle misses Beijing javelin final
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
World Athletics Championships: Injured Kim Mickle misses Beijing javelin final Kim Mickle admits she carried a shoulder injury into the Beijing world athletics championships in which she missed out on a spot in the women's javelin final. Mickle,... Read more
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Canberra Times
World Championships 2015: Kim Mickle out of javelin due to shoulder injury, Kath Mitchell and Kelsey-Lee Roberts also missAustralia's Kim Mickle competes in the women's javelin throw qualification at t
World Championships 2015: Kim Mickle out of javelin due to shoulder injury, Kath Mitchell and Kelsey-Lee Roberts also miss
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Australia's Kim Mickle competes in the women's javelin throw qualification at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP Beijing Two years after winning silver, Kim Mickle has been eliminated in the first round of the World... Read more
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SportsFan
Injured shoulder grounds Mickle at worldsBattling a serious shoulder injury, Kim Mickle was unable to find the "miracle"
Injured shoulder grounds Mickle at worlds
SportsFan / Posted 5 days ago
Battling a serious shoulder injury, Kim Mickle was unable to find the "miracle" throw needed to advance from the qualifying round at the World Athletics Championships. Mickle dislocated her throwing shoulder in a German gym last month and was later... Read more
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The Age
World Championships 2015: Kim Mickle out of javelin due to shoulder injury, Kath Mitchell and Kelsey-Lee Roberts also missAustralia's Kim Mickle competes in the women's javelin throw qualification at t
World Championships 2015: Kim Mickle out of javelin due to shoulder injury, Kath Mitchell and Kelsey-Lee Roberts also miss
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Australia's Kim Mickle competes in the women's javelin throw qualification at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP Beijing Two years after winning silver, Kim Mickle has been eliminated in the first round of the World... Read more
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SportsFan
Mickle bombs out in javelin qualifyingReigning silver medallist Kim Mickle has bombed out in the qualifying round of
Mickle bombs out in javelin qualifying
SportsFan / Posted 5 days ago
Reigning silver medallist Kim Mickle has bombed out in the qualifying round of the women's javelin at the world athletics championships. Mickle had two fouls and one mediocre effort of 59.83m. It was a very similar scenario to her 2012 London... Read more
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The Age
Mickle confident shoulder injury won't stop herStill loving competition: Kim Mickle. Photo: AP Kim Mickle doesn't know whethe
Mickle confident shoulder injury won't stop her
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Still loving competition: Kim Mickle. Photo: AP Kim Mickle doesn't know whether she is rested or rusty. She is going with well-rested. Two months ago in a gym in Germany she grabbed one of the weights but didn't notice the bar was bent when she... Read more
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Perth Now
Mickle hopes German gym mishap no setbackJAVELIN star Kim Mickle is confident a mishap in a German gym won’t derail her
Mickle hopes German gym mishap no setback
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
JAVELIN star Kim Mickle is confident a mishap in a German gym won’t derail her bid for another world championships podium finish. Australia’s silver medallist from Moscow two years ago was forced to alter her preparation after dislocating her... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mickle hopes German gym mishap no setbackJAVELIN star Kim Mickle is confident a mishap in a German gym won’t derail her
Mickle hopes German gym mishap no setback
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
JAVELIN star Kim Mickle is confident a mishap in a German gym won’t derail her bid for another world championships podium finish. Australia’s silver medallist from Moscow two years ago was forced to alter her preparation after dislocating her... Read more
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SportsFan
Mickle untroubled by shoulder injuryAustralian javelin star Kim Mickle is confident an untimely shoulder injury won
Mickle untroubled by shoulder injury
SportsFan / Posted 6 days ago
Australian javelin star Kim Mickle is confident an untimely shoulder injury won't compromise her campaign to get back on the podium at the world athletics championships. Mickle made her big breakthrough on the global stage two years ago in Moscow,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Bolt aims to blast through the drugs hazeJamaica athlete Usain Bolt reacts as he answers a question at a press conferenc
Bolt aims to blast through the drugs haze
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Jamaica athlete Usain Bolt reacts as he answers a question at a press conference before the Athletics World Championships in Beijing. THE 15th world track and field championships get underway in Beijing on Saturday, with the issue of doping having... Read more
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Canberra Times
AIS helping give Canberra javelin thrower Kelsey-Lee Roberts a secret weapon for Rio OlympicsIt's the technology that proved Sri Lanka spin king Muttiah Muralitharan wasn't
AIS helping give Canberra javelin thrower Kelsey-Lee Roberts a secret weapon for Rio Olympics
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
It's the technology that proved Sri Lanka spin king Muttiah Muralitharan wasn't a chucker, but Canberra javelin thrower Kelsey-Lee Roberts is using it to make her a better one. The same motion capture technology Muralitharan used is shaping as... Read more
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WA Today
Australia might win no medals at world champs, coach admitsFit again: Long jumper Fabrice Lapierre of Australia. Photo: Getty Images Aust
Australia might win no medals at world champs, coach admits
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
Fit again: Long jumper Fabrice Lapierre of Australia. Photo: Getty Images Australia enter the World Athletic Championships confronting the rude, yet realistic, possibility of not winning a medal, new coach Craig Hilliard admitted. "Obviously we... Read more
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Northern Star
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
Northern Star / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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News Mail
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
News Mail / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for AussiesATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Talle
Walking Tallent set to fly flag for Aussies
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
ATHLETICS: If anyone deserves a world championship gold medal, it's Jared Tallent. Given a level playing field, the 30-year-old race walker from Adelaide is capable of beating the best in the world. Unfortunately that can be a rare commodity in the... Read more
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The Age
Australia might win no medals at world champs, coach admitsFit again: Long jumper Fabrice Lapierre of Australia. Photo: Getty Images Aust
Australia might win no medals at world champs, coach admits
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
Fit again: Long jumper Fabrice Lapierre of Australia. Photo: Getty Images Australia enter the World Athletic Championships confronting the rude, yet realistic, possibility of not winning a medal, new coach Craig Hilliard admitted. "Obviously we... Read more
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Herald Sun
No medals without Sally, fears coachHurdles champ Sally Pearson will miss the world athletics championships as she
No medals without Sally, fears coach
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Hurdles champ Sally Pearson will miss the world athletics championships as she recovers from a broken wrist. NEW Australian coach Craig Hilliard admits life without Sally Pearson has him bracing for the prospect of no medals in Beijing. Hilliard... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussies not setting medal target at Beijing world titlesAustralia not setting medal target at world athletics championships in Beijing
Aussies not setting medal target at Beijing world titles
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
Australia not setting medal target at world athletics championships in Beijing Athletics Australia (AA) head coach Craig Hilliard has conceded his squad may not win a medal at the world athletics championships in Beijing, although he will not deem... Read more
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SportsFan
Tough task for Aussies at world athleticsHead coach Craig Hilliard has acknowledged Australia could come away from the w
Tough task for Aussies at world athletics
SportsFan / Posted 13 days ago
Head coach Craig Hilliard has acknowledged Australia could come away from the world athletics championships without any medals for the first time in 24 years. With long-time standard bearer Sally Pearson absent due to a broken wrist, the 45-strong... Read more
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Daily News
Over 2,000 athletes to compete at World C'shipsThe 15th edition of the IAAF World Championships will be worked off in Beijing,
Over 2,000 athletes to compete at World C'ships
Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
The 15th edition of the IAAF World Championships will be worked off in Beijing, China from later next week. The stage is set for the world's biggest track and field event after the Olympics as the cream of world class athletes would vie for... Read more
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News Mail
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
News Mail / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
Daily Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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Northern Star
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
Northern Star / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
The Daily Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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Queensland Times
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
Queensland Times / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Aussies buoyed by golden talent poolOLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same
Aussies buoyed by golden talent pool
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
OLYMPICS: As the London Olympics showed, putting most of your eggs in the same basket can have dire consequences. After going to those Games with high hopes of another medal haul in the pool, the Aussie swim team returned with just one gold - from... Read more
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The Age
Rio Australia's transition gamesVictorian high jumper Eleanor Patterson is headed for the Beijing world champio
Rio Australia's transition games
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
Victorian high jumper Eleanor Patterson is headed for the Beijing world championships. Photo: Getty Images Even a year out Rio will be a transition Games for the rebuilding Australian athletics team, according to new head coach Craig Hilliard. "We... Read more
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Perth Now
Aussie rising stars set to shine in RioWITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australi
Aussie rising stars set to shine in Rio
Perth Now / Posted 29 days ago
WITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australian rising stars: MACK HORTON (swimming) WITH the spectacles of Clark Kent, Mack Horton could be Australian swimming’s new Superman. The 19-year-old Melbourne distance... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Olympics 2016: Ten rising Aussie stars who could make a big impact at the Rio Games next yearWITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australi
Olympics 2016: Ten rising Aussie stars who could make a big impact at the Rio Games next year
Adelaide Now / Posted a month ago
WITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australian rising stars: MACK HORTON (swimming) WITH the spectacles of Clark Kent, Mack Horton could be Australian swimming’s new Superman. The 19-year-old Melbourne distance... Read more
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Herald Sun
Olympics 2016: Ten rising Aussie stars who could make a big impact at the Rio Games next yearWITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australi
Olympics 2016: Ten rising Aussie stars who could make a big impact at the Rio Games next year
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
WITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australian rising stars: MACK HORTON (swimming) WITH the spectacles of Clark Kent, Mack Horton could be Australian swimming’s new Superman. The 19-year-old Melbourne distance... Read more
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Herald Sun
2016 Olympics: Swimmers must step up in Rio if Australia is to realise top-five medal goalAUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold
2016 Olympics: Swimmers must step up in Rio if Australia is to realise top-five medal goal
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
AUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold medals in Rio de Janeiro to help deliver the team’s goal of finishing among the top five nations. Olympics chief Kitty Chiller said a series of world championship events... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Olympics 2016: Ten rising Aussie stars who could make a big impact at the Rio Games next yearWITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australi
Olympics 2016: Ten rising Aussie stars who could make a big impact at the Rio Games next year
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
WITH one year to go before the Rio Olympic Games, we take a look at 10 Australian rising stars: MACK HORTON (swimming) WITH the spectacles of Clark Kent, Mack Horton could be Australian swimming’s new Superman. The 19-year-old Melbourne distance... Read more
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The Courier Mail
2016 Olympics: Swimmers must step up in Rio if Australia is to realise top-five medal goalAUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold
2016 Olympics: Swimmers must step up in Rio if Australia is to realise top-five medal goal
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
AUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold medals in Rio de Janeiro to help deliver the team’s goal of finishing among the top five nations. Olympics chief Kitty Chiller said a series of world championship events... Read more
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Adelaide Now
2016 Olympics: Swimmers must step up in Rio if Australia is to realise top-five medal goalAUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold
2016 Olympics: Swimmers must step up in Rio if Australia is to realise top-five medal goal
Adelaide Now / Posted a month ago
AUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold medals in Rio de Janeiro to help deliver the team’s goal of finishing among the top five nations. Olympics chief Kitty Chiller said a series of world championship events... Read more
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The Courier Mail
2016 Rio Olympics: swimmers must step up if Australia is to realise top-five medal goalAUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold
2016 Rio Olympics: swimmers must step up if Australia is to realise top-five medal goal
The Courier Mail / Posted 1 months ago
AUSTRALIA’S Olympic swim stars will be under pressure to win at least five gold medals in Rio de Janeiro to help deliver the team’s goal of finishing among the top five nations. Olympics chief Kitty Chiller said a series of world championship events... Read more
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Perth Now
One year to go: Mickle eyes Rio gloryJavelin thrower Kim Mickle is eyeing a successful Olympic campaign. Picture: Da
One year to go: Mickle eyes Rio glory
Perth Now / Posted 1 months ago
Javelin thrower Kim Mickle is eyeing a successful Olympic campaign. Picture: Daniel Wilkins THERE’S an unmistakable determination about Kim Mickle as she prepares to embark on the biggest 12 months of her life. This week marks the beginning of the... Read more
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