Dapto rower was world champion
The launch of the book The Village Blacksmith highlights the life and times of world champion rower William Beach.
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Kehoe keen to maintain momentum at world titles
TOOWOOMBA'S Sally Kehoe will be out to put the finishing touches on her successful 2014 return to rowing when she competes at this month's world titles.
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Rowing Rod sweeps up gold in England
GETTING up before the crack of dawn has been a tradition for Rod Hutchinson since he was 15. The 73-year-old is out on the water at sunrise three times a week, training for his next major rowing competition.
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Sunshine Coast Daily
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The extraordinary story of Illawarra rowing champion Bill Beach
The life of William 'Bill' Beach is a great Australian yarn - a Dapto lad who was one part international rowing champion, and one part horse whisperer. Now his story has been put to paper in a new book.
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Large entry for 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam
Rowing's most important event of the year has attracted an impressive turnout of over 1,100 competitors from 60 countries. Competition will be spread across 27 boat classes including the 14 Olympic, eight International and five Para-rowing boat classes.
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Private health insurer under fire for delaying and knocking back claims
Surgeons, patients and private hospitals are criticising Australia's largest private health insurer, Medibank Private, for knocking back and delaying claims it says aren't clinically necessary prompting the AMA to wonder whether we're on our way to a US-style health system.
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Clontarf set records with Curtin rowing partnership
Students from Clontarf Aboriginal College will become the first all-Indigenous team to reach the Rowing WA All Schools State Championships, thanks to a new partnership with Curtin University’s Addressing Higher Educational Access Disadvantage (AHEAD) program.
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Sophie Delezio's new goal to become champion rower
Meet the next big thing in Australian rowing: Sophie Delezio. The girl who stole the nation's heart after bravely overcoming not one, but two near-fatal accidents is now in training with a goal to compete in the 2015 World Rowing Championships.
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