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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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As Jonathan Edwards admitted: "I won my gold medal the same night, but the only person who mattered was Cathy Freeman.
She added: "I look at what Cathy Freeman did and fast 400m runners - people who have medalled, made finals and people who maybe should have done better than they expected to do.
TRACK star Sonia O'Sullivan has failed in her bid to avert a legal showdown between her partner Nick Bideau and his ex-lover Cathy Freeman.
THE absence of Olympic 400 metres champion Cathy Freeman from her individual event and the loss, through a combination of post-Olympic retirements and injury, of most of the country's other big-name athletes has left Australia's track and field team facing a bleak time at the Commonwealth Games.
Just imagine Cathy Freeman, Pat Rafter and Susie O'Neill publicly proclaiming; "We're promoting the following legal, performance-enhancing substances: `CLEAN AIR, PURE WATER and UNCONTAMINATED SOIL
Harry Kewell, David Campese, Shane Warne, Dame Edna Everage, Stan Lazaridis, Kylie Minogue, Greg Norman, Mark Viduka, Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, Paul Okon, Jason Donovan, Ian Baker-Finch, the Flying Doctors, Mark Bosnich, Steve Waugh, Lleyton Hewitt, Harold Bishop, Crocodile Dundee, Glenn McGrath, Sir Donald Bradman, Cathy Freeman, Clive James, Mervyn Hughes, Pat Rafter, Rolf Harris, Roy and HG, Aaron Baddeley, Pat Cash, that ruddy Toadfish bloke - your boys took one hell of a beating
Australia's Olympic 400-meter champion Cathy Freeman was on hand to pick up her Sportswoman of the Year trophy.
Australian Aborigine Cathy Freeman captured her nation's heart--and the gold medal in the 400-meter race.
One of those memories is that of Australian sprinter Cathy Freeman standing in front of a massive Olympic caldron in a shallow pool of water as she lit the flame with the torch that had travelled around the world to make it to Sydney to open the first Games of the millennium.
The Cathy in question here is Cathy Freeman, an Aborigine woman who delivered the goods on Day 11 of the games by winning the gold medal in the 40-metre sprint.