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Heroes - Then and Now

latest news May 14, 2012

I want to make one more point about overcoming negative voices. I’ve talked about consciously imitating and being influenced and inspired by people whose deeds we admire. There are plenty of people I admire, but I thought I’d mention a few whom you will know.

Firstly, though, I feel I...

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Bronze

“The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses–behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights” – Muhammad Ali

At that team meeting, Steve told us to concentrateon Barbara Fontana, and then proceeded to tell us that she...

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A Video Message From Brazil!

I thought I would try something different for this newsletter….a video message! So I hope it works out as intended! I am trying to keep up with the technology. If you have been tuning into Facebook you may have already seen the RIO Sand Report. This outlines our first week training camp in...

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A Busy Start to the Year!

Wow, I know I said I was going to get these out more frequently to avoid the long read, well I have been so busy that I haven’t had the time to write it…so it will probably be a long one!

Last time I left you at the end of January, following the Aussie Open tennis. And so the road...

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Seek And Ye Shall Find

Realisation has come to me slowly, via a series of sparks, each one brighter than the one that preceded it. Everyone has an ‘aha!’ moment, when they come to an understanding that had previously been buried somewhere in their unconscious mind. If you’re ready, and receptive to...

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London 2012 Uniforms!

The Australian uniforms for the London Olympics 2012 were launched Wednesday 28th March 2012 in Sydney. Nat Cook was modeling the state of the art Adidas beach volleyball uniforms. Beach Volleyballers no longer have to wear bikinis.

Four-time Olympian, Natalie Cook, said the new uniforms were...

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Confidence Tricks

Back in 1996, if you’d spoken to anyone who knows me, they’d have said I was never short on self-confidence. I had a belief in my ability, but I didn’t know what it meant to really believe in myself. My self-belief was all superficial, and soon cracked under certain types of...

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Let the Games Begin (Atlanta Olympics 1996)

I’d put myself through a thousand deaths before we finally got to the first game in Atlanta, against the English team of Cooper and Glover, but we had a great game plan, and it ultimately got us through those first-round nerves. We won relatively easily, 15–4. Our four-point plan went...

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It's Heating Up!

With things heating up this summer on the National Beach Volleyball Series I thought I would keep you updated monthly as so much happens each and every day, I don’t want to overwhelm you with a 4 page newsletter all the time!

Tweet of the month:

Kurek Ashley  –  “We...

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Atlanta - My First Olympic Experience

Physiotherapy was put on hold, and has been there ever since. I don’t know that I’ll ever return to it, but I learned a lot about physiology and how systems work, and have maintained that interest, in various ways, ever since. In 1995, Anita and I decided to go our separate ways. I...

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