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When A Judoka’s Respect Meant As Much As Gold

When A Judoka’s Respect Meant As Much As Gold

At the Atlanta Games in 1996, Anthony Clarke became the only Australian to win a gold medal in Judo in Paralympic or Olympic competition. While that achievement will always take pr
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Coach Education Series helping to drive Para-table tennis

Coach Education Series helping to drive Para-table...

Educating the next generation of world-class athletes and coaches is the driving force behind an exciting new project led by Table Tennis Australia (TTA) in partnership with Paraly
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Scott still basking in World Championship glory

Scott still basking in World Championship glory

Six years to the day since Australia won its first ever World Championship in Wheelchair rugby, Ryan Scott says the immense sense of achievement has not diminished. Scott retired i
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Virtual Sessions Bring Para-Athletes Into The Classroom

Virtual Sessions Bring Para-Athletes Into The Clas...

Students Australia-wide have been getting a personalised insight into some of our top Para-athletes through a knowledge transfer program launched by Paralympics Australia earlier t
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Rowing Australia launches #Passport2Paris

Rowing Australia launches #Passport2Paris

Rowing Australia is delighted to announce, with the support of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Paralympics Australia (PA), a new Para-rowing pathway program, #Passport2
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The ‘Drongo’ Who Swept The Pool

The ‘Drongo’ Who Swept The Pool

For over half a century Elizabeth Edmondson has wondered if a comment made to her after winning one of her three gold medals at the 1964 Paralympics was enchanting or insulting. Ed
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