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Weekend Watch - 11 March 2016

11 March 2016

Olá amigos,

A partir de Perth para Vancouver para a casa do próprio Jogos do Rio , os nossos atletas australianos estão tomando sobre o mundo neste fim de semana (From Perth to Vancouver to the home of the Rio Games itself, our Aussie athletes are taking on the world this weekend)!

Sport: Water polo
Event: National Water Polo League (NWPL) Final - Melbourne
Schedule: Friday - Sunday
AUS Athletes competing include: Rowie Webster, Richie Campbell
Gold medal game - Streamed online via www.c31.org.au/live and live on Foxtel’s Channel Aurora (ch 183)

Sport: Diving
Event: FINA World Series I (Beijing, China)
Start time: Friday - Sunday
AUS athletes competing include: Esther Qin, Melissa Wu, Domonic Bedggood, Maddison Keeney, Grant Nel and Anabelle Smith.

Sport: Road Cycling
Event: Paris-Nice (France)
Start time: Friday-Sunday
AUS athletes competing include: Michael Matthews (leading after stage 3), Richie Porte, Nathan Haas, Adam Hansen

Sport: Athletics
Event: Perth Track Classic (Perth, Australia)
Start time: Saturday
AUS athletes competing include: Alana Boyd, Nina Kennedy, Liz Parnov, Steve Solomon, Jack Hale, Jessica Thornton

Sport: Triathlon
Event: ITU Mooloolaba Triathlon World Cup - Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast
Schedule: Saturday - Women Start: 11.45am (AEST) Men Start: 1.30pm (AEST)
AUS Athletes competing include: Ashleigh Gentle, Emma Moffatt, Gillian Backhouse, Courtney Atkinson, Cameron Good

Sport: Beach Volleyball
Event: Rio Grand Slam (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Start time: Firday (Saturday-Sunday depending on results)
AUS athletes competing include: Mariafe Artacho del Solar, Nikki Laird.

Sport: Rugby Sevens
Event: Canada Sevens (Vancouver, Canada)
Start time: Sunday - vs Russia, 6.42am AEDT, vs Canada, 10.40am AEDT, vs Wales, 2.06pm AEDT, Monday - Finals
AUS athletes competing include: Henry Hutchison, Tom Kingston, Sam Myers, Lewis Holland, James Stannard, Con Foley, Boyd Killingworth, Stephan Van Der Walt, John Porch, Allan Fa’alava’au, Quade Cooper, Conor Mitchell

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