Ali Foot and Darryn Purcell through to semi-final of Men's Lightweight Pair

27 August 2014


TIS Lightweight Pair, Ali Foot and Darryn Purcell raced their repecharge and finished in second place to secure a spot in Thursday's World Rowing Championships semi-final.

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Trans-Tasman rivalry heats up

27 August 2014


Australia's Tasmanian-based men's lightweight four crew (Blair Tunevitsch, Sam Beltz, Tom Gibson and Nick Silcox), coached by Brett Crowe, has made a major statement at the rowing world championships in the Netherlands.


Ella Flecker into lightweight double scull semi-final at World Championships

25 August 2014


Australia's lightweight double scull combination of Tasmanian Ella Flecker and Alice McNamara (Victoria) has moved into the semi-finals at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam.

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Matt Bugg qualifies Australia for 2016 Paralympics

25 August 2014


TIS athlete, Matt Bugg has qualified Australia for a place in the limited fleet to contest the 2016 Paralympics at Rio de Janeiro by finishing fifth overall in the 2.4mR class at the International Federation of Disabled World Championship.


Rio dream a step closer for Jacob Templeton

25 August 2014


TIS athlete, Jacob Templeton dreams of representing Australia at the 2016 Paralympics are firmly on track after collecting two medals at the Para Pan-Pacific championships in California.


Campbell Flakemore wears yellow after impressive victory

25 August 2014


TIS athlete, Campbell Flakemore wears the yellow jersey after an impressive win in the prologue time trial of the Tour de l'Avenir.

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Deon Kenzie under-18 Athlete of the Year

18 August 2014


TIS athlete, Deon Kenzie was awarded the N.J.Ruddock Trophy for the most outstanding athlete in the male under-18 category, at the Athletics Tasmania Athlete of the Year awards.


Olympic gold still top of Deavin's list

18 August 2014


An Olympic gold medal remains top of Tim Deavin's bucket list despite the dissappointment of missing out on Australia's Commonwealth Games triumph.


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