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Greg Chappell cricketer
Greg Chappell captained Australia for two periods, 1975-1977 and then again from 1979 until his retirement in 1984. He was the leading batsman of his time, playing in 87 Test matches and recording a batting average of 53.86, recording 24 centuries. In the limited overs game he played 74 times, recording three centuries and an average of 40.18. His top score in Tests was an enormous 247 not out.
Michael Zigomanis ice hockey player
Michael has been a professional ice hockey player since 2001, and played regularly as a forward for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Marlies.
Georges Laraque ice hockey player
At 6'3" and 116kg Georges cuts an imposing figure on the ice. Georges played in the lower leagues, before joining Edmonton to play in the Canadian National Hockey League in the 1997-98 season. Georges gained a reputation as an aggressive player, and was unanimously named "Best Fighter" by Hockey News in 2003. In 2008 he signed for Montreal Canadiens.
Pat Neshek baseball player
Pat's skills were noticed at an early age and he was selected for the All-State team. He took the school record for stikeouts in a single game, in a season and in a career.
Andreas Hanni ice hockey player
Andreas started playing in the Swiss National League aged 17, and soon the 189cm (6'2") Defenceman became established player, moving clubs in 2002 then joining SC Bern, with whom the national title was won.
Craig Heath figure skater
Craig is a champion figure skater and choreographer known for his positive attitude and high energy routines.
Mac Danzig fighter
Mac Danzig is a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitor who competed at the highest level. He is recognised as an outstanding grappler, although he has scored some impressive victories through striking, and is also known as a quality boxer.
Christine Vardaros cyclist
Christine is a former US national team member with many successes including a win at the 2004 Santa Cruz Classic Criterium.
Molly Cameron cyclist
Molly won the 2004 and 2011 Cross Crusade Singlespeed Series and has been Oregon state champion twice. She has achieved a large number of individual race victories in her career.
Weia Reinboud runner
Weia is a veterans athletics multiple world record holder and vegan.