Poised for next Olympic chapter
NOT since Adolf Hitler hosted the spectacle in Berlin in 1936 has an Olympic Games been held without Tasmanian representation.
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Chatterton out of rowing world c'ship
Australian women's eight crew member Renee Chatterton is to miss the world rowing championships in France after suffering a rib stress fracture in training.
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Local part of winning pair
Congratulations to Jack Hargreaves of Nyngan and Nick Wheatley of Sydney who won silver at the Under 23 World Rowing Championships in the men’s pair held last week in Plovdiv Bulgaria.
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Bike crash derails Aussie rowing crew
Australia's men's coxless four's preparations for the rowing world titles have taken a hit after Alex Lloyd broke his collarbone in a bike crash in Italy.
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Saunders claims silver medal for Australia Under-23
Years of commitment and hard work paid off for the Lower Clarence Rowing Club product who was part of the Australian women's quadruple sculls crew.
Bill North /
The Daily Examiner
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Kehoe’s Rio bid to continue at world championships
TOOWOOMBA'S Sally Kehoe has taken her next step towards earning a start at next year's Rio Olympics with her selection for the 2015 World Rowing Championships.
The Toowoomba Chronicle
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Clarence event a marathon for North Coast oarsmen
Rowers from the Gold Coast to Port Macquarie will join local oarsmen and women for the annual Grafton Rowing Club row-athon from Copmanhurst to Grafton.
Tim Howard /
The Northern Star
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Rowers primed for challenge of Rio Olympics
THE Australian rowing squad, including Tasmanians Kerry Hore and Ella Flecker, is getting set for the Rio Olympics next year.
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'World's best gut doctor' had surgical skills without peer
Victor Fazio 1940–2015
Vic Fazio struggled through his medicine degree course at Sydney University to emerge as what American colleagues sometimes called "the world's best gut doctor".
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MONA ferry in night-time near miss with kayakers
BOATING authorities fear there could be a “catastrophe” on the River Derwent after a near collision between the MONA ferry and a group of night-time kayakers on the waterway. A timely reminder.
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