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Freeman

Cathy, full name Catherine Astrid Salome Freeman. born 1973, Australian sprinter; winner of the 200m and 400m in the 1994 Commonwealth Games and the 400m in the 2000 Olympic Games
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Amongst others, Cathy Freeman criticized the government's handling of the issue earlier in the year.
NO DEAL: Cathy Freeman refuses to settle out of court; PLEA: Sonia, Nick Bideau; WINNER: But Sonia can't see the finish line in her partner's legal wrangles
Pittman is part of a new generation of young runners that includes middle-distance runners Craig Mottram, Benita Johnson and Tamsyn Lewis and Australian officials are hopeful that one of them could become the next Cathy Freeman.
Australia's Cathy Freeman was a star of the Sydney Olympics in 2000
As well as the changes to the Constitution, the wording of the Team values developed by the AOC Athletes' Commission has been amended and the AOC has engaged with the Cathy Freeman Foundation and the Indigenous Marathon Project run by Robert de Castella to provide practical long-term assistance.
Npws is seeking an event organiser to develop and deliver a premium festival experience at cathy freeman park, sydney olympic park on sunday 16 november 2014 (12pm 10pm) on behalf of npws and in conjunction with the iucn world parks congress.
Australian sports legends Ian Thorpe, Sally Pearson, Cathy Freeman and Susie O'Neill are also among the ten prospective candidates taken out by TAB for the honour, the report added.
Up until last night I would have never have questioned that the greatest night was 'Magic Monday' in Sydney, the Cathy Freeman night.
London 2012 chairman Lord Coe insists the gold medal feats of Brits Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford was the defining moment of the Games - and eclipsed the Cathy Freeman night of the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
In 2000, Sydney's opening ceremony memorably saluted its native culture after years of denial and prejudice, Aboriginal 400m gold medallist Cathy Freeman lighting the cauldron in a scintillating display.
The ramrod-straight backed Michael Johnson in Atlanta 1996 and Cathy Freeman, catsuit and all, before her Sydney appreciation society four years later.
Instead, one woman came to embody a Games that to this day is universally accepted as the greatest Olympics ever: Cathy Freeman.