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July 22, 2014 | LATEST NEWS

Netballers Walking Tall In Quest For Games Gold

Like Anna Meares, the desire to take part in the Opening Ceremony is greater for our Australian netball team than any thought it might affect their opening game.

Meares, of course, will carry the flag for Australia. The netballers will proudly march behind her. Read More
  • July 22, 2014 | Latest News

    Judo: Catherine Courts a Life of Other Bruises

    Australian judoka Catherine Arscott works as a solicitor and she told an Australian Team Press Conference that sometimes that led to embarrassing moments at work.

    When Arscott was working as a judge’s assistant, for example, she had to turn up for legal work the morning after receiving a facial injury in Judo.
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  • July 22, 2014 | Latest News

    Women’s Hockey: It’s in the History

    When you play hockey for Australia, there is a burden of expectation. When your name is Peris, that burden is even bigger.

    Brooke Peris, a relative novice in the Australian women’s team at Glasgow 2014, comes from a hockey family. The most illustrious member of the family is Nova Peris, now Senator Nova Peris, an Olympic gold medallist in hockey in 1996 – and, of course, a Commonwealth gold medallist in athletics at 200 metres in 1998.Read More
  • July 22, 2014 | Latest News

    Aussie triathletes chasing first medals of the Games

    The first medals of the Games will be decided in the sport of triathlon with Australia fielding an exciting team of six debutants when the sport returns to the program for the first time since 2006 in Melbourne on day one at Strathclyde.

    With last week’s retirement of 2008 Olympic champion Emma Snowsills it leaves two of the three Emmas – Moffatt and Jackson – and rising star Ashleigh Gentle to carry the women’s flag.
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