Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Chloe Esposito, Modern Pentathlon

BY BOZZA The modern pentathlon is an event that is foreign to most Australians. Designed for the 1912 Olympics, it is quite the swashbuckling event, meant to simulate the experience of a 19th Century cavalry soldier caught behind enemy lines. To break free they need to take control and ride an unfamiliar horse, fight enemies … More Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Chloe Esposito, Modern Pentathlon

Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Tom Burton, Sailing

BY BOZZA Before the decisive Medal Race in the Men’s Laser Class, Tom Burton – 10 points behind Croatian Tonci Stipanovic – discussed his chances with his coach. “So if I had to do this 10 times, how many times do you think I’d pull it off?” Burton asked. “Two and a half,” his coach … More Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Tom Burton, Sailing

Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Kim Brennan – Women’s Single Sculls

BY BOZZA As Kim Brennan finally broke her steely concentration upon passing the finish line of the Women’s Single Sculls Final, she looked around as if almost in disbelief. For Seven Minutes and Twenty One Seconds she refused to let anything divert her attention from executing her stroke with the precision and consistency that made … More Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Kim Brennan – Women’s Single Sculls

Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Women’s Rugby 7s

BY BOZZA What do you get when you put six touch footballers, a hockey player, a basketballer, a sprinter and a radiographer together with a couple of Rugby players? Olympic Gold in Women’s Rugby. After the IOC announced that Rugby Sevens would be added to the programme for the Rio Olympics, the ARU commenced a … More Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia – Women’s Rugby 7s