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Home advantage counted for little today, with the University of Melbourne finishing behind University of Sydney in this year’s Australian Boat Race.
University of Melbourne rowers are ready to face their University of Sydney counterparts in the annual Australian Boat Race on the Yarra River this Sunday, 22 October.
University of Melbourne students Jackson Harrison and India McKenzie have been named men’s and women’s captains for the Australian Boat Race, taking place on the Yarra River next Sunday, 22 October.
Brush up your tweed jacket, polish your brogues and oil your chain for the annual Melbourne Tweed Ride on Sunday, May 21.
Thirty-eight Indigenous high school students are in Melbourne this week to learn the secrets of combining high-performance sport and academic success.
The University of Melbourne remains undefeated in the women’s eight of the Australian Boat Race after beating their rowing rivals on the waters of Darling Harbour on Sunday.
University of Melbourne crew captains Sarah Banting and Jordan Smith have formally accepted the challenge set by their Sydney rivals to go head-to-head in a rowing battle on Sydney Harbour on Sunday.
Fresh from their performances in Rio, several Olympic rowers will take up oars for this year’s Australian Boat Race when they represent their university clubs on Sydney Harbour on Sunday, October 23.
University of Melbourne researchers will seek to reduce the risk of racehorse fatalities on the track as part of a $5.25 million funding commitment from the Victorian Government and Racing Victoria.
New research out of the University of Melbourne suggests that when it comes to good leadership at the Olympic level, age trumps physical stature.
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