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Natalie beats challenges in her quest for more Paralympic medals

Natalie beats challenges in her quest for more Par...

Natalie Smith has a happy knack of conquering the seemingly impossible. Overcoming obstacles is like target shooting. You take aim at the target, you focus and concentrate, then pu
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60 years on, Sutton’s historic gold medal still shines

60 years on, Sutton’s historic gold medal still ...

Australia’s first-ever Paralympic Games gold medal was secured on this day, 60 years ago, and the captivating story of its winner only adds to its mystique. At the first Paralymp
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Alcott Beaten In US Open Singles Final

Alcott Beaten In US Open Singles Final

Dylan Alcott’s quest for a third US Open singles title will have to wait another year. The Netherlands’ Sam Schroder capped a dream Grand Slam debut with a 7-6(5) 0-6 6-4 victo
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When A Robber In Rio Failed To Spook Liesl

When A Robber In Rio Failed To Spook Liesl

As the gun was pointed at Liesl Tesch, instead of being consumed by fear, her many years as an advocate for social justice kicked in.  It was about six weeks before the Rio Paraly
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Tokyo Frustration Revealed in Powerful Photo Essay

Tokyo Frustration Revealed in Powerful Photo Essay

This article originally appeared in the August edition of The Australian Paralympian magazine – an AUS Squad member exclusive. To read more from the magazine, join AUS Squad. Alr
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Sports Peak Bodies To Develop Independent Framework On Member Protection Issues

Sports Peak Bodies To Develop Independent Framewor...

Australia’s three peak sporting bodies have created a working party with Sport Integrity Australia and the National Sports Tribunal to develop a fully independent framework to de
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