Sport Speakers

Daryl Halligan

Since his retirement as a Canterbury Bulldog in 2000, goal-kicking ace Daryl Halligan has been helping other kickers lift their performances. In his 230 games with the Bears and the Bulldogs, Halligan kicked 855 goals, four field goals and 80 tries. His success rate was a staggering 80 per cent. In all senior matches, including 29 appearances for the New Zealand Kiwis, former Kiwi international ...

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David Boon

One of Australias greatest international and domestic cricketers - David is now retired. He is a right-handed batsman and, occasionally, a right arm off-spin bowler. Throughout his career, he has been known to his opponents as a dangerous and prolific run maker, whether opening or at number 3. At the beginning of the 1995-96 season, he had amassed 5665 runs for Tasmania, at 41.96, and a total of ...

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David Foster

Listen, laugh and be inspired by David Foster, "The big guy from Tasmania," who made good to become one of the greatest world champions in living memory. Experience and witness first hand the explosive and dynamic David Foster in action. You and your guests can be treated to a memorable demonstration of world class axemanship. ...

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David Williams

Many pundits bemoan that the modern game lacks characters. Take one look at cult hero David Williams and you will soon realise that's not the case. Nicknamed 'Wolfman' due to his shaggy hair and wild beard, Williams grew up in Sydney's north-west in a footy playing family (his brother John also has an NRL career). Rising through the ranks at the talent factory that is the Hills Bulls, Wolfie wa ...

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Dawn Fraser

Dawn Fraser was named Australian of the Year in 1964 and voted Australia's greatest female athlete in 1988. She was named Australian Female Athlete of the Century by the Sport Australian Hall of Fame as well as the World's Greatest Living Female Water Sports Champion by the International Olympic Committee in 1999. Also she is the recipient of the Australian Sports Medal on 14 July 2000 and The Ord ...

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Dean Boxall

Dean Boxall is the head coach at the revered swim program at St Peters Western and responsible for the exhilarating performances of Ariarne Titmus at Tokyo 2020 and her rise to the top of the swimming ranks.

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Dean Karnazes

Dean Karnazes might just be the fittest man in the world", writes Men's Fitness. As an internationally recognized endurance athlete, Karnazes has done what few people thought humanly possible. He's run 350 continuous miles, straight through three nights without sleep. He's run across Death Valley in the middle of summer, where temperatures reached 128 degrees, and he's run a marathon to the South ...

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Debbie Watson

Debbie is a 2000 Olympic gold medallist when she was part of Australia's first women's waterpolo gold medal team. The 1986 World Champion and team captain for six years, Debbie is the winner of multiple gold medals, including World Cups and international tournaments and was voted the world's best player in 1993. Legend of the sport and renowned motivational speaker, sports commentator, Personal ...

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Dermott Brereton

After a memorable career with the Hawthorn Football Club, where he played in five premiership sides and represented his state on nine occasions, Dermott has forged a successful career as a television presenter, football commentator, newspaper columnist, and radio host. Dermott hosted and provided special comments for Channel Nine's Friday Night Football before Nine lost the AFL rights. Dermott jo ...

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Dick Johnson

Dick Johnson is Australia's most successful Touring Car driver of the past decade and he now is a national sports personality. The colourful Queenslander is today readily identified with Ford's proud blue-and-white oval badge, but Johnson actually started his long and successful career in the rival camp, Holden. As a car racer Dick understand better than anybody the importance of a great team and ...

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