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When the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) first met Charmaine Patrick a year ago, the mother of two from the tiny Northern Territory community of Hermannsburg could barely run a lap of the oval. Fast forward almost nine months and Charmaine proudly wears her New York Marathon finisher's medal around her neck having recently conquered the world's biggest marathon alongside her 10 IMP teammates. She has quit smoking after 15 years, has completed a Certificate IV in Health and Leisure and she is now seen as a hero in her small outback community, all because she put her... Read more
Andrew Fifita is league's ironman, having played the most games of any player in 2013. He was once accused of being an overweight and lazy trainer. Now, Andrew Fifita is haunting his critics. Fifita - the 118kg monster - has officially become the NRL's toughest and most enduring footballer. Fox Sports statistics have…
Laurie Daley says he holds no fears for the future of the All Stars concept, despite Rugby League's celebration of Indigenous culture taking on a vastly different form in 2014. Due to the anticipated toll the recently completed Rugby League World Cup will have on the game's star players, it was…
Indigenous basketballer Patty Mills has achieved what many only dream about. But as he tells the Sydney Morning Herald's Gerard Wright, he still has plenty to prove. The chant thunders across the gymnasium: "Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Oi! Oi! Oi!" A foreigner, an Australian teenager, has not only been instrumental in winning…
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