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Ziegler Takes Gold But Misses Record

Ziegler Takes Gold But Misses Record

Playlist: Olympic Video - Beijing 2008 Category: Sport Videos

Kate Ziegler of the United States came within a second of breaking the oldest world record in swimming when she won the 1,500-meter freestyle final at the world championships on Tuesday. Ziegler led all the way to win the gold in 15 minutes 53.05...

Women 400 Free Final Missouri Grand Prix 2008

Women 400 Free Final Missouri Grand Prix 2008

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Katie Hoff breaks the American Record set in 1988 by Janet Evans

Minuto Olímpico - Janet Evans - Natação

Minuto Olímpico - Janet Evans - Natação

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Conheça a história da nadadora norte-americana Janet Evans nos Jogos Olímpicos. Olimpíadas de Pequim 2008. É na BAND!

Women's 400 Free-1988 Olympic Games

Women's 400 Free-1988 Olympic Games

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1 Stephanie Ortwig 4:13.05 7 2 Heike Friedrich 4:05.94 2 ER 3 Tami Bruce 4:08.16 4 4 Janet Evans 4:03.85 1 WR 5 Anke Mohring 4:06.62 3 6 Janelle Elford 4:10.64 5 7 Isabelle Arnould 4:11.73 6 8 Natalia...

Janet Evans - Olympic Athlete Sports Speaker

Janet Evans - Olympic Athlete Sports Speaker

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Olympic Speech

Kate Ziegler Janet Evans Talk about Kate's World Record

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

AFL Drug Scandals

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Drug Scandal

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THE AFL illicit drugs policy was in crisis last night as confidential medical records identifying two players who had tested positive to illegal drugs were sold to a commercial television station.

The documents contain explosive claims against two players from the same club and became the subject of a legal injunction last night, taken out by the doctor who is treating the two men.

The documents also contain claims that other players at the club regularly use drugs.

The legal action came too late to stop Channel Seven airing the allegations as part of its news bulletin. The report did not identify the players but did disclose their club, as well as details about the frequency and nature of their drug use.

The club was scrambling last night to try to learn the names of the players from the AFL, damaged by the public leak of information that senior club officials were not entitled to be told.

Under the AFL's controversial three-strikes illicit drug policy, clubs cannot be told of a player's drug use until he has returned a third positive test. That system — attacked by the Federal Government as too lenient in recent months — was in crisis last night.

The documents, which were paid for by Channel Seven, appear to be medical records of two players, referred to Ivanhoe's Victorian Addiction Centre by the clubs.

Under the three-strikes policy, after the second positive test, a club doctor is told.

Continue Reading Article.

Conclusion :

Leave the players and their private lives alone, we have no rights to their private lives and what they do in their spare time is up to them, as long as they're not taking performance enhancing drugs it shouldn't be a matter of public debate or released to the public.

If they were a musician it would be acceptable and laughed upon like Britney, Nicole Richie etc.

What about the injections during games, the pain killer shots ? aren't these a enhancing drug ? what about Brisbane's reign of premierships typically the Grandfinals against Collingwood where numerous players felt the force of many hard hits only to get injections so they would no longer feel the pain and or impact of the hard hitting game, these should be ruled out shouldn't they ? after all they are performance enhancing in effect. Compared to party drugs that don't produce in game brilliance but actually the opposite effect.

Semi Final Video Collingwood vs West Coast

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Semi Final Video (Live)
Collingwood vs West Coast

Live Collingwood Vs WestCoast

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Live action from Collingwood VS WestCoast Final, this Video is from wthin the ground and features 8 minutes of footage, Collingwood were eventual winners in this game that resulted in a draw and an extra 10 minutes of overtime to close the result - with Collingwood the eventual winners and WestCoast left to ponder 2008 without Chris Judd.

Collingwood vs West Coast Semi Final Video

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Semi Final Video
Collingwood vs West Coast

Colingwood Vs WestCost Video

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The amazing final few minutes of Collingwood Vs WestCoast in the semi final which resulted in a draw and a 10 minute play off to decide the eventual winner, the final two minutes is played out in the forward half of Collingwoods 50 metre / goal square and is a frenzy of tackling and scrambling for the ball.

Collingwood VS Geelong Finals Preview Video

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Collingwood VS Geelong
Semi Final Preview Video

Geelong VS Collingwood Video

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After Collingwood has knocked out the previous two Grand finalists in Sydney and West Coast - the focus is now on Geelong, Geelong's focus is now on Collingwood, Geelong will enter as strong favorites and Collingwood as rank outsiders and returning from a draining game against West Coast and Geelong with a Weeks break should be stronger for it .... lets see what shapes up towards the biggest Final in Melbourne in years and with just one non Victorian team remaining in the race for the flag.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Barry Hall leads the Sydney Swans - AFL 2006 -

Barry Hall has helped Sydney with six goals of his own to come back from a 32 point defecit as the Sydney Swans make a charge up the AFL ladder completing there sixth straight victory.

The Coaches Said :

Paul Roos Said :"I think it was a reasonable sort of game, I think it was the conditions and look, to be honest, I thought the Kangas were the better team for most of the day," Roos said after the match."Credit to our guys to be able to play probably 50 minutes maximum of good footy but the last quarter they really turned around, our boys, and hit in and our forwards started to become a lot more aggressive and lively."Look, to get over the line today was great when not playing too well."

Dean Laidley Said :"At the end of the day, we're just looking for a win and we didn't get that today," Laidley said."It's the best we've probably played in a month, but it doesn't satisfy us."

KANGAROOS: 0.6, 7.10, 12.11, 14.14 (98)
SYDNEY: 5.3, 7.3, 11.6, 16.9 (105)

GOALS – Sydney: Hall 6, Schneider 2, Dempster, Kirk, Ablett, Goodes, McVeigh, Buchanan, O'Loughlin, O'Keefe

BEST – Sydney: Hall, Bolton, Goodes, Kirk, Ablett, Barry

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Sydney Climb The AFL Ladder - Round 8 win

Sydney has continued its charge towards the top of the AFL ladder with a 26-point win over the Western Bulldogs at the SCG on Saturday night.The Swans had to fight off a couple of Bulldogs challenges but always looked like they had something in reserve, eventually winning 17.14 (116) to 14.6 (90).

WESTERN BULLDOGS: 4.0, 8.4, 10.6, 14.6 (90)
SYDNEY: 6.3, 10.5, 16.9, 17.14 (116)


Sydney: Hall 5, Davis 3, McVeigh 2, Buchanan, Schneider, Kirk, Fosdike, Roberts-Thomson, Goodes, O'Keefe.


Sydney: Hall, Ablett, Kirk, Davis, J. Bolton, Goodes

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Sydney Swans FC 1st. win at Home - AFL Blog 2006

The Sydney Swans have won their first home match of the season, downing a disappointing Geelong by 22 points at Telstra Stadium on Saturday night.

The Swans, who had been beaten in their earlier two home matches at the SCG this year, gained the ascendancy in the second quarter and despite the Cats threatening to make

charges at different stages, were always in
control and went on to win
15.17 (107) to 13.7 (85).

Barry Hall booted four goals and starred for the Swans, while Adam Schneider, Jude Bolton and Michael O'Loughlin were also prominent for the winners.

Hall was giving Matthew Scarlett the slip and he had plenty of it in the first quarter as well as booting a goal.

But Geelong, with Gary Ablett and Paul Chapman looking creative, led by a goal at the first break.

A costly turnover from an out-of-sorts Scarlett - who was moved off Hall mid-way through the quarter - gave Goodes his first goal, and when Schneider and Craig Bolton booted late goals the Swans led by 20 points at half-time, 7.11 to 5.3.

Hall, who had three goals, and O'Loughlin could have put Geelong away before the last change but missed relatively easy chances, although the home side still led by 24 points at three-quarter time.

But Hall booted his fourth to spell the end for Geelong, and two more goals to Schneider and another to Goodes ensured the Sydneysiders celebrated their first win on home soil for the year.

SYDNEY: 3.3, 7.11, 11.16, 15.17 (107)
GEELONG: 4.3, 5.3, 9.4, 13.7 (85)

GOALS – Sydney: Schneider 4, Hall 4, C. Bolton 2, Goodes 2, J. Bolton, O'Keefe, O'Loughlin
BEST – Sydney: Schneider, Hall, O'Loughlin, O'Keefe, Williams, J. Bolton

Saturday, April 22, 2006

The Sydney Swans Football Club - The Swans - AFL 2006

The Swans are struggling a little at the start of 2006 with just the one win thus far, after winning the 2005 Premiership, have they got a Premiership hangover, can they get it together and be a force in 2006? With Big Bad Bustling Barry Hall, Adam Goodes, Paul Williams in the mix they won't let the fans down and they tackle the winless Demons without Williams this weekend and should clock up win number two.

Let's see what they can do in 2006.

Go Swannies.