28 Jul '17, 12am

Congrats to these rock stars @chroniclesofnaa @brittsheruns and @bennharradine

Team Australia at the 2017 IAAF World Championships is bigger than it has ever been, with 14 additional athletes extended invitations to compete at London 2017 via the IAAF Roll-Down Process in recent days. Bringing the team size to 62, seven more than Seville (ESP) in 1999, the green and gold contingent now includes debutants Riley Day (Qld, 200m), Naa Anang (Qld, long jump), Lora Storey (NSW, 800m), Mitchell Cooper (Qld, discus throw) Nicola McDermott (NSW, high jump), Stewart McSweyn (Tas, 3000m steeplechase) and Jordan Williamsz (Vic, 1500m), Rio 2016 Olympians Michelle Jenneke (NSW, 100m hurdles), Victoria Mitchell (NSW, 3000m steeplechase) and Benn Harradine (Qld, discus), as well as Heidi See (NSW, 5000m), Taryn Gollshewsky (Qld, discus), Liz Parnov (WA, pole vault) and Brittany McGowan (Qld, 800m). Day, an impressive talent that has taken the athletics world by sto...

Full article: http://athletics.com.au/News/fourteen-roll-down-athletes-...

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reality-clash.com 30 Jul '17, 3pm

Sonja is the youngest person in the team who spent many hours playing games. Later, all of those games became her field of...