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Kent Callister of Australia competes during the FIS Snowboard World Cup 2015 Men's Snowboard Halfpipe Final during the U.S. Grand Prix at Park City Mountain on March 1, 2015 in Park City, Utah. Callister finished 3rd for his first World Cup podium.

SNOWBOARD: Australian teenager Kent Callister won his first World Cup medal when he finished third in the snowboard halfpipe event in Park City, USA.


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2 Sep 2001: The start of the swimming leg of the Women's Triathlon on the Brisbane River during the Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE Mandatory Credit: Al Bello/ALLSPORT

GAMES: The men who earned Australia the 2000 Sydney Olympics believe Brisbane is in a strong position to be the country's next host city.


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Kent Callister of Australia competes during the FIS Snowboard World Cup 2015 Men's Snowboard Halfpipe Final during the U.S. Grand Prix at Park City Mountain on March 1, 2015 in Park City, Utah. Callister finished 3rd for his first World Cup podium.

SNOWBOARD: Australian teenager Kent Callister won his first World Cup medal when he finished third in the snowboard halfpipe event in Park City, USA.


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Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands leads the field along Copacabana Beach during the 2008 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.

IOC vice-president, Australian John Coates, says preparations for the Rio Olympics are on track.


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The Australian team enter the stadium during the Winter Youth Olympic Games Opening Ceremony at the Bergisel Stadium on January 13, 2012 in Innsbruck, Austria.

The next time an Australian Olympic Team marches in an Olympic Opening Ceremony will be in exactly 12 months, at the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway.


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IOC Vice-President and Tokyo 2020 coordination commission Chairman John Coates in Tokyo on 4 April 2014 for the first round of meetings with the local organising committee.

Three venue changes have been approved for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.


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