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IMP leads way to new group of “deadly” marathon runners

P32 Georgia GleesonA new local group of "deadly" Indigenous marathon runners, spawned by the success of Robert de Castella's nationwide Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP), have successfully completed their first five kilometre run.

Georgia Gleeson, a graduate of the IMP programme in 2013, has been giving back to her local community and recently graduated her second group of runners since completing her own...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 07:19

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Jake Long follows in his famous father's footsteps

Having trained with the Bombers for the past few weeks and followed them all his life, Jake Long officially joined Essendon as a rookielast week - the club where his father Michael grew into a champion.

The club confirmed it would pick the 18 year old at the NAB AFL Rookie Draft, having nominated him under the father-son rookie pre-selection rule.

That gave the Bombers first rights to grab Long should he not be taken in the national draft and the wiry youngster has prepared for joining the club by training with the senior...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 07:18

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