Cyclist Amber Halliday gives birth to son Monty Rex
FOUR years ago, Amber Halliday was fighting for her life in hospital after a sickening cycling crash in Victoria Park; her brain bruised, bones broken, her left eye severely damaged.
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World Cup points tallied after Varese finals
The second World Rowing Cup of 2015 is now complete and the World Cup points table has been tallied up for points earned in the 14 Olympic boat classes.
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Dreams for safer Rio fade a year before Olympics
When shots rang out last month in the first gun battle in seven years between Rio de Janeiro police and drug traffickers in Santa Marta, its reputation as a peaceful slum with stunning views and a popular samba night was shattered.
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UQ athletes get set for World University Games
Dane Bird-Smith (athletics), Caitlin Cronin (rowing), Tom Gamble (athletics) and Aisling Scott (swimming) have been selected for Australia’s UniRoos team and will join about 10,000 other university students from 170 countries around the world.
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Nagambie rowers’ state and national honours
Many of the young rowers who train on Lake Nagambie each weekend or through the week and school holidays showed great promise and this year the skills they have gained are paying off in major events.
Diane Grant /
The Euroa Gazette
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Oar-inspiring effort from Kinross rowers
KINROSS Wolaroi School director of rowing Richard Roach is a firm believer his club is one punching consistently above its weight.
Nick McGrath /
Central Western Daily
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Physio keeping rowers injury-free in the air
Leading physiotherapist Kellie Wilkie from Rowing Australia spoke with News Breakfast about keeping Australia's elite rowers injury free as they jet set around the world for major competitions.
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Rower’s back to Wall
WOODLANDS resident Kevin Wall is working desperately to get Australian citizenship and a subsequent seat on the nation’s Paralympic rowing team.
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Three golds for Aust at World Rowing Cup
Australia, highlighted by Kim Crow, have won three gold medals, two silvers and a bronze to end their World Rowing Cup II campaign in Italy.
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Tassie couple take on the best at World Rowing Championships
ALISTAIR Chong and Sara Waitzer share a lot in life. Not only are they a couple, they are also senior Australian rowing teammates who will compete at next month’s World Rowing Championships in France.
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Who to watch, World Rowing Cup II, Varese (ITA)
The second World Rowing Cup of the season will start in Varese, Italy on Thursday 18 June, 2015 and with 42 nations entered the racing will include a number of countries racing internationally for the first time this year.
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Kehoe warms up for Olympic Games qualifying bid
The Toowoomba rower and Olympia Aldersey will contest the lightweight women's double scull at the World Rowing Cup 2 event at Varese, Italy, which starts Thursday.
The Toowoomba Chronicle
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Tassie rowing stocks on rise
THE resurgence of Tasmania’s elite rowing stocks is set to begin in Italy this weekend, according to the state’s head coach.
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