Another golden day in Glasgow

Linda Leverton in the triple jump
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Day 9 update Australian athletes have enjoyed another golden day at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, led by Sally Pearson’s successful defence of her Commonwealth 100m hurdles title. Australia also picked up gold thanks to discus thrower Dani Samuels and divers Domonic Bedggood and Matthew Mitcham in the 10m synchronised platform final. It was a […]

More medals add to Team Griffith tally

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Day 8 update Griffith University Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor has congratulated Team Griffith athletes on their achievements so far at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Those achievements continued today, Day 8 of the Games, when Kelsey Cottrell won a silver medal as part of Australia’s women’s triples lawn bowls team. The Australian team lost […]

New focus for Team Griffith athletes

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Day 7 update: After Team Griffith’s great success in the swimming pool, attention is now firmly focused on track and field and other sports at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Hannah Joye has made her way through to the women’s high jump final after making the qualifying height of 1.85m. Kelsey Cottrell is also a step closer to […]

Team Griffith’s medal tally grows

Bachelor of Science student Cameron McEvoy smiling, in pool, on lane rope
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Cameron McEvoy (Bachelor of Science) has backed up  to win silver in the hotly contested 100m individual freestyle and gold in the 4 x 200m men’s relay with fellow student Edward Mckendry (Bachelor of Business). And Brittany Elmslie (Bachelor of Business) continued her strong Games showing, with a bronze medal performance in the 50m butterfly adding […]

Great day one for Team Griffith

Ashleigh Gentle, Triathlete
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Griffith’s Commonwealth Games athletes are off to a shining start in Glasgow with Emma McKeon winning two gold medals in the pool overnight. The 20 year old Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion student took out the 200m freestyle event in a Commonwealth Games record time of 1:55.57. Not content with that, Emma then backed up the win by smashing […]