Athletes

Nathan Wade Bracken

Nathan Wade Bracken (born 12 September 1977) is an Australian cricketing legend. A tall left-arm fast-medium bowler, Bracken is capable of swinging the ball both ways. He has represented Australia in all forms of the… Continue reading

Put a Capper in your Cracker

If you would like to book Warwick Capper for your Christmas Party or any other upcoming social events – contact us! With years of experience in the media spot light, Warwick will bring your event to life! To put a… Continue reading

Alan Jones

Alan JonesAlan Jones’ first race was the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix at the fast Montjuïc circuit in his purchased Hesketh, and the weekend was to be one of the most tragic in Formula One history. After four races in F1 the… Continue reading

Candice Falzon

Candice Falzon, professional athlete, model and face of Rival and Infinity is a young woman with the world at her feet! Growing up only minutes away from Maroubra Beach, Candice spent many of her days at the beach with her… Continue reading

Hayley Bateup

Residing on the Gold Coast, Hayley Bateup, the charismatic 31-year-old Surf lifesaver / Ironwoman could possibly be the fittest Australian female athlete of all time. Underpinned by an incredible inner-drive and gruelling and constant training load, Bateup’s national & international… Continue reading

Jeff Fenech

The three-time world champion at bantamweight, super bantamweight and featherweight is arguably one of the greatest boxers has ever produced. Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York in June 2002, Fenech is recognised around the… Continue reading

Joe Bugner

Former international heavyweight boxing champion Joe Bugner is the only white boxer to have gone the distance – twice – with the great Muhammad Ali. The first time was on February 14th, 1973 in Las Vegas and the second on… Continue reading

Hockeyroos

The Australia women‘s national field hockey team (nicknamed Hockeyroos) are Australia’s national women‘s hockey team.

Having played their first game in 1914,they are one of Australia’s most successful sporting teams, boasting three Olympic Gold Medals from the past six Games… Continue reading

Kostya Tszyu

Kostya Tszyu is a Russia born boxer who is an Australian citizen and is a four time world junior welterweight champion, including a period of time as the undisputed junior welterweight champion.

The son of a fitter in a metal… Continue reading

Mark Bosnich

Mark Bosnich is Australia‘s best ever soccer goalkeeper, representing his country on many occasions and playing for English Premier League clubs Aston Villa, Manchester United, and Chelsea.

Growing up in Fairfield, a suburb of Sydney, Bosnich played briefly for Sydney… Continue reading

Ky Hurst

Ky Hurst is the only man ever to win seven Australian ironman titles. A professional athlete for many years, Ky is most well-known for his significant success on the national ironman circuit, however he has also achieved national success as… Continue reading

Michael Diamond

When Michael Diamond won the Olympic men’s trap gold medal in Atlanta in 1996, he became the first Australian to win a shooting event at the Games since Donald Mackintosh potted more live pigeons than any rival in Paris in… Continue reading

Susie Maroney

Champion swimmer Susie Maroney will tell you that marathon swimming is not a sport for the faint hearted. Imagine swimming constantly for over 38 hours, withstanding extreme conditions such as heavy seas and darkness, a mouth full of salt water,… Continue reading

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