Video Image Susie O'Neill admits to using sleeping tablets during her career 0:43 Play video Swimming: Gold medallist Susie O'Neill has come clean on her use of sedatives while she was a member of the Australian swimming team. Fox Sports 01 Aug ... Brisbane Courier-Mail, 2 days ago
The withdrawal of James Magnussen has failed to place any pressure on fellow defending champion Cate Campbell to shine for Australia at this week's world swimming titles in Russia. Which is just as well - Campbell, 23, already faces a daunting ...Special Broadcasting Service, 1 week ago
LLEYTON Hewitt is a gift to Australian sport that keeps on giving. Well past his prime in terms of physical ability, the 34-year-old again showed himself as an evergreen competitor with an inspirational performance in Darwin to lead Australia into ...FoxSports.com.au, 2 weeks ago
Source: News Corp Australia CATE Campbell has revealed plans to swim on to a fourth Olympic Games in 2020 before she will even consider retirement. The world's fastest swimmer is preparing to become the first woman in 40 years to defend a 100m ...NEWS.com.au, 3 weeks ago
by Tom Goulding Birmingham city council is to downgrade its 2015/16 recycling target to just 30% after a damning report revealed recycling within England's largest local authority has declined. The 2014/15 performance monitoring report also ...Lets Recycle, 3 weeks ago
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