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Games pair return for Luke Harrop Memorial
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Triathon Australia: February 23, 2018: Queensland Commonwealth Games representatives Matt Hauser and Luke Willian and inform Sydney nursing graduate Emma Jeffcoat will headline Sunday’s Gold Coast Triathlon/Luke Harrop Memorial and Australian Sprint Championships at Southport.
 
The biggest domestic race on the Gold Coast is dedicated to the life and times of one of the Coast’s most talented and popular athletes, Luke Harrop, who, at just 23 on January 12, 2002, lost his life as the result of a traffic incident while on a warm up ride in preparation for the second race of the 2002 Accenture Triathlon Series.


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Bill Chaffey throws caution to the wind in Games countdown
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Triathlon Australia: February 17, 2018: Five-time World Champion Bill Chaffey will go into April’s Commonwealth Games in the best shape of his life after using all his experience to master today’s windswept conditions in the inaugural ITU Paratriathlon World Cup in Devonport.
 
The 42-year-old Gold Coaster made a spectacular return to elite racing for the first time since last May to defeat fellow Rio Paralympian Nic Beveridge (QLD), Germany’s Benjamin Lenatz, and Australian pair, former wheelchair basketballer Scott Crowley (SA) and Australian para cycling star Alex Welsh (Victoria).


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Copeland overcomes Devonport curse as Jeffcoat defends her crown
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Triathlon Australia: February 17, 2018: Kingscliff young gun Brandon Copeland has broken his Devonport curse, producing a winning kick to take out today’s OTU Oceania Sprint Triathlon Championship.
 
The 21-year-old has overcome a flat tyre and illness in his previous starts to continue what has been a flying start to the season.


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Ryan Bailie and Charlotte McShane ready for hill of a climb in Devonport
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Triathlon Australia: February 15, 2018: Saturday’s 2018 Oceania Sprint Triathlon Championships in Devonport will feature an Olympian keen to get back on his bike, the hill-climbing Commonwealth Games debutant and a host of youngsters determined to keep the stars honest over the telling, wind-swept sprint course.


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Swimming Australia MEDIA OPPORTUNITY – Access to Swimmers at St Peters Western Pool, Brisbane
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Swimming Australia: February 13, 2018: Catch up with St Peters Western Swimmers, World Championship debutants Ariarne Titmus, Jack Cartwright and Clyde Lewis plus dual Olympian and World Champion Mitch Larkin before they race for selection onto the 2018 Commonwealth Games Team on the Gold Coast. This will be the final opportunity to gather content ahead of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Trials that run from Feb 28 to March 03.  


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Swimming Australia MEDIA OPPORTUNITY – Access to James Magnussen and Coach Mitch Falvey at Cabarita Pool
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Swimming Australia: February 9, 2018: Catch up with Dual World Champion James Magnussen before he races for selection onto the 2018 Commonwealth Games Team on the Gold Coast. This will be the final opportunity to gather content ahead of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Trials that run from Feb 28 to March 03.  


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Swimming Australia media opportunity - Gold Coast
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Swimming Australia: February 5, 2018: Access to Griffith University Swimmers to promote the upcoming Australian Swimming Trials.

Catch up with the stars of the Australian Dolphins Swim Team before they race for selection onto the 2018 Commonwealth Games Team on the Gold Coast. This will be the final opportunity to gather content ahead of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Trials that run from Feb 28 to March 03.  


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Charlotte McShane’s “high hopes” for Commonwealth Games tilt
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Swimming Australia: February 1, 2018: Charlotte McShane will start her Gold Coast Commonwealth Games campaign on a high after returning from the AIS “altitude house” for her first hit out of the year in Saturday’s 2018 Glenelg OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Cup.

The 27-year-old Scottish-born Wollongong-based triathlete from Bairnsdale is one of six Commonwealth Games athletes who will make their 2018 race debuts in South Australia this weekend.


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Australia’s open water talent with a thirst for Tokyo 2020
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Swimming Australia: January 28, 2018: Swimming Australia has unearthed a group of rising open water stars who have all set their sights on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and beyond.

 

The male ranks have been bolstered by the arrival of Noosa Heads 20-year-old Nick Sloman; Lawnton’s 16-year-old Hayden Cotter and the continued improvement of 18-year-old Bailey Armstrong from Kawana Waters.


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