Sporting Greats

Inspirational sportsmen and sportswomen who I admire and have recently met.
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Sam Lowes- WSBK 2013

Sam Lowes- WSBK 2013

Sean Dillon and Brad Shaw 2012

SAHOF Scholarship Holder Brad Shaw and young gun Aussie rules future star Sean Dillon.

5 Time World Champion Mick Doohan Mentoring Brad Shaw SAHOF 2012/13 Scholarship Holder.

The first meeting of Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship holder Brad Shaw, of Brad Shaw Racing, to his Mentor - 5 time World MotoGP Champion - Mick Doohan.

SAHOF 2012/13 Scholarship Holder Brad Shaw and young gun Aussie rules future star Sean Dillon.

SAHOF Scholarship Holder Brad Shaw and young gun Aussie rules future star Sean Dillon.

Brad Shaw and Sean Dillon-Congratulations to Sean winning his first Grand Final GV Under 18 2013

Brad Shaw and Sean Dillon-Congratulations to Sean winning his first Grand Final GV Under 18 2013

Sam Lowes 2012 WSBK

Sam Lowes 2012 WSBK

Glenn McGrath was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2011. Known throughout his career for maintaining a remarkably accurate line and length, McGrath's consistency enabled him to be one of the most economical and dangerous fast bowlers of his time. McGrath holds the world record for the highest number of Test wickets by a fast bowler and is fourth on the all-time list, with the top three wicket takers Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane Warne, and Anil Kumble all being spin bowlers.

Glenn McGrath was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2011. Known throughout his career for maintaining a remarkably accurate line and length, McGrath's consistency enabled him to be one of the most economical and dangerous fast bowlers of his time. McGrath holds the world record for the highest number of Test wickets by a fast bowler and is fourth on the all-time list, with the top three wicket takers Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane Warne, and Anil Kumble all being spin bowlers.

George Gregan's appearances as Australian captain include a Bledisloe Cup win in 2002 and an extra-time loss to England in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final. As a member of the Wallabies team, Gregan has attained the zenith of the rugby world, winning the Rugby World Cup in 1999. Gregan and his longtime Wallabies teammate, fly-half Stephen Larkham, also hold the all-time record for Test appearances by a halfback partnership with 79.

George Gregan's appearances as Australian captain include a Bledisloe Cup win in 2002 and an extra-time loss to England in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final. As a member of the Wallabies team, Gregan has attained the zenith of the rugby world, winning the Rugby World Cup in 1999. Gregan and his longtime Wallabies teammate, fly-half Stephen Larkham, also hold the all-time record for Test appearances by a halfback partnership with 79.

Layne Beachley and Brad Shaw

Layne Beachley and Brad Shaw

Ian Healy at SAHOF Cocktail Function

Ian Healy at SAHOF Cocktail Function

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