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Dubbo Daily Liberal

- 18/02/2018

http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/5207445/project-trials-offer-chance-to-develop-athletes-and-leaders/

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ABC Newcastle

- 18/02/2018

INDIGENOUS RUNNERS PUT THROUGH THEIR PACES IN BID FOR NEW YORK MARATHON PLACE 🏃🏃‍♀️A group of Indigenous runners in… Posted by ABC Newcastle on Thursday, February 15, 2018

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Port Lincoln Aboriginal community invited to project

- 02/02/2018

~ Published online ~ Port Lincoln Times – 1 February 2018 Young Aboriginal men and women in Port Lincoln are being invited to take part in the 2018 Indigenous Marathon Project tryout at Mallee Park Oval Friday morning. Coach Adrian Dodson-Shaw is visiting 19 communities across Australia to select a 12-member squad, six men and six … Continue reading "Port Lincoln Aboriginal community invited to project"

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Deek shows he’s still got the touch on the track as the baton relay kicks off

- 29/01/2018

~ Published in the Canberra Times, 25 January 2018 – Meg Van Lohuizen ~ Canberra’s own Robert ‘Deek’ de Castella was the first baton bearer at the start of the official journey of the Queen’s Baton Relay. The two-time Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist and four-time Olympian made Canberra his home in the early years of … Continue reading "Deek shows he’s still got the touch on the track as the baton relay kicks off"

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Wallace finds purpose in footy

- 20/12/2017

– Published online, 18 December by Kirralee Thomas http://www.afc.com.au/news/2017-12-18/aflw-wallace-finds-purpose-in-footy Ruth Wallace has found a purpose in life, and she is using football to share that with the next generation of girls and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The 24-year-old has represented the Australian Junior Matildas and Adelaide United in soccer, but remarkably she doesn’t … Continue reading "Wallace finds purpose in footy"

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