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Final Wrap: Aussies finish fifth on medal table

Final Wrap: Aussies finish fifth on medal table

Monday, 24 July 2017 | Athletics Australia
James Turner brings the Australian medal tally to 28 including eleven gold, nine silver and eight bronze medals
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Gold for Riley Day as Aussies sweep medals

Gold for Riley Day as Aussies sweep medals

Monday, 24 July 2017 | Athletics Australia

Riley Day wins gold in the 200m and in the 4x100m mixed relay as Australia walk away from the Commonwealth Youth Games with a swag of 17 medals

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Gold for Turner as #TeamAUS finish with 28 medals

Gold for Turner as #TeamAUS finish with 28 medals

Monday, 24 July 2017 | Sascha Ryner

James Turner takes home his third gold medal from London 2017 as Team Australia finish the World Para Athletics Championships with 28 medals

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McDonald in the frame for worlds with qualifier

McDonald in the frame for worlds with qualifier

Sunday, 23 July 2017 | Athletics Australia

Morgan McDonald sets 5000m qualifying mark with personal best in Belgium

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A trio of gold medals bolsters Australia's medal tally

A trio of gold medals bolsters Australia's medal tally

Sunday, 23 July 2017 | Sascha Ryner
Jayden Sawyer (ACT) and Deon Kenzie (Tas) have become world champions for the first time, and Madison de Rozario (WA) has claimed victory in the 5000m on the penultimate day of the World...
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Oboya crowned Commonwealth Youth Champion

Oboya crowned Commonwealth Youth Champion

Saturday, 22 July 2017 | Jake Stevens
Bendere Oboya edges out Ella Connolly for 400m gold while Riley Day shines in silver at the Commonwealth Youth Games
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Photo decider sees O'Hanlon reclaim glory

Photo decider sees O'Hanlon reclaim glory

Saturday, 22 July 2017 | Sascha Ryner
Australia’s fastest Paralympian Evan O’Hanlon  has overcome his bitter disappointment in Rio, after regaining his crown as the world’s fastest athlete with cerebral palsy.
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MARSCHALL CLEARS 5.72m IN MONACO

MARSCHALL CLEARS 5.72m IN MONACO

Saturday, 22 July 2017 | Sascha Ryner
Kurtis Marschall edges out Olympic and world champion in pole vault, as Sally Pearson clocks 12.68 in 100m hurdles
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Medal success out of reach for McCracken and Anderson

Medal success out of reach for McCracken and Anderson

Friday, 21 July 2017 | Sascha Ryner
Australia’s hunt for medals proved to be elusive on day seven of the World Para-athletics Championships, with only two athletes taking to the track and field at London Stadium. 
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In form Marschall to jump in Monaco

In form Marschall to jump in Monaco

Thursday, 20 July 2017 | Athletics Australia

Off the back of a PB performance at his debut Diamond League meeting, Kurtis Marschall is granted a start in Monaco

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