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KEL Nagle, the winner of an unprecedented 61 tournaments in Australia, has passed away at the age of 94.

TWO moments of magic from Christian Eriksen helped Tottenham set up a Capital One Cup final date with Chelsea with a 3-2 escape past Sheffield United.

THE last of Brett Lee’s 2,706 deliveries saw the veteran faced with the ultimate test - take a hat-trick, or lose the Big Bash final.

WORLD No.1 Novak Djokovic gives Canadian Milos Raonic a lesson in Grand Slam tennis to set up a semi final against Stan Wawrinka.

STAN Wawrinka smashes his way closer to defending his Australian Open title after overcoming a third-set comeback from Kei Nishikori.

Faster, Higher, Stronger

From the ancient games to the present day, Faster, Higher, Stronger traces Australia's participation in the Olympic Games. 

Highlights include an Olympic timeline with each Olympic relay torch from Berlin in 1936 to Athens in 2004, excluding Helsinki in 1952, and medals and artefacts from past and present Olympians including Petria Thomas, Catherine Freeman and Edwin Flack – our first ever Olympic winner.

Faster, Higher, Stronger will shortly feature a new multimedia production profiling those Olympic medallists and athletes who have been selected in the Australian Olympic Committee's ‘100 of Our Finest’. 

Further information on every Australian Olympian and their Games results can be found at the Australian Olympic Committee website.

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