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Craig Mottram 8th in the 5000m at Athens 2004.

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Pat Johnson at the 2005 World Athletics Championships in Helsinki.

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Dani Samuels celebrates after winning the discus final at the World Junior Championships in Beijing, 20 Aug 2006.

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Craig Mottram 8th in the 5000m at Athens 2004.

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