Clinton Hill

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Clinton was a member of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games winning silver as part of Australia's historic 4x400m relay team. Clinton ended a 48 year drought when he anchored Australia home in the 4x400m relay to win silver in Athens and is a three time National 400m Champion. He finished 8th at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in the 400m and competed at the 2003 World Championships in semi-finals for the 400m and 4x400m relay. Clinton won gold with the 4x400m relay team at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and is looking forward to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
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