QF2012 London

 
 
 

Meet the QF2012 LONDON Team

  • Matt Goss

    Goss was once an avid AFL player, but with encouragement of friends turned his focus to cycling. Goss debuted on the pro internati...
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  • Sally Pearson

    Pearson captured the world at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games with her silver medal performance and captivating trackside interview...
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  • Leisel Jones

    Jones is Australia’s golden girl. Jones debuted in the Australian Olympic team in 2000, at age 15. Jones has qualified for the 201...
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  • Lauren Mitchell

    Mitchell made history in 2010, when she became Australia’s first female World Gymnastics Champion. This year, Mitchell aims to imp...
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  • Bernard Tomic

    Tomic is one of the most promising up-and-coming players on the ATP tour. In 2011, Tomic became the first 18 year old to reach a W...
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  • Lauren Jackson

    Jackson is a three-time Olympic silver medallist, three-time WNBA MVP and a seven-time WNBA All-Star. These are but a few highligh...
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  • Jack Bobridge

    Bobridge, at just 19, represented Australia at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Since placing fourth in the team pursuit, Bobridge ...
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  • Kelly Cartwright

    Cartwright had her leg amputated when she was 15 years of age. This life changing event motivated Cartwright to turn her focus to ...
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  • Ahmed Kelly

    Kelly set the World Record at the Australian Championships in 2010, and again in 2011, for the 100m Breaststroke, despite signific...
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  • Des Abbott

    Abbott debuted for the Kookaburras in 2007, and has since represented Australia in 88 International Matches. On the back of Austra...
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  • Courtney Atkinson

    Atkinson is an accomplished triathlete whose career began at just 15 years of age. As one of Australia’s most recognisable names i...
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  • Casey Eastham

    Eastham first represented Australia at the 4 Nations Tournament in 2006. Since her debut, Eastham has competed in 105 internationa...
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  • Steve Hooker

    Hooker set a new Olympic Record with his Gold Medal win at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and has been referred to as Australia's ...
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