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CONTENTS Message from the Australian Sports Commission Message from the Australian University Sport President We are Australia Team mission Australian medal tally Sponsors and supporters What is the Universiade? History of the Universiade Past Summer Universiades Australian University Sport Honour Roll Champions and Medallists Olympic and Commonwealth athletes in the Uniroos team About Shenzhen, China Time zones Important phone numbers Travel tips Hydration Athletes village Facilities Sports schedule Competition venues 2013 AUS Uniroos team AUS FISU delegates, Senior Management Officials and Medical Staff Athletics Badminton Basketball – Men Basketball – Women Beach Volleyball Canoe Sprint Diving Fencing Gymnastics – rhythmic Judo Rowing Sport Shooting Swimming Table Tennis Tennis Volleyball Water polo – Men Water polo – Women Athletes by University Athletes by State 2015 Summer Universiade

2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 10 11 12 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 22 25 26 29 34 35 38 42 43 44 46 48 49 50 50 51 58 58 59 62 65 69 71 72

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MESSAGE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN SPORTS COMMISSION

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is proud to support Australian University Support (AUS) and its work in driving participation in university sport at the local, regional and international level. Our investment in university sport is helping the ASC to achieve two core goals – ensuring Australian athletes excel in the international sporting arena, and increasing Australians’ participation in sport. Australia’s Winning Edge 2012-2022, our game plan for moving Australian sport from world class to world best, outlines a new business model for Australia’s high performance sports sector. In 2013-14, the Australian Government, through the Australian Sports Commission, is investing $194 million in high performance programs and $118 million to promote grassroots participation in sport. In 2013-14, AUS is receiving $460,000 to support high performance outcomes and $50,000 to support participation initiatives. This is a worthwhile investment in university sport, one which will help Australia achieve the goals set out in Australia’s Winning Edge. The ASC supports the work of AUS to position university sport in the national high performance pathway and to enhance the Elite Athlete Friendly University program to provide increased and improved coordination of support on campus for student athletes. Congratulations to all Australian athletes and coaches participating in the 2013 World University Summer Games. The ASC proudly stands beside you as you set out to compete in Kazan, Russia.

Simon Hollingsworth Chief Executive Officer Australian Sports Commission

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MESSAGE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY SPORT PRESIDENT

Representing your country at a major international sporting event is one of life's greatest achievements, we are all extremely proud of your success to date and wish you all the best in Kazan. You are now life long members of “Australian Uniroos”, an elite and exclusive group of student athletes who have been dedicated and committed to sport and education. Having worked with elite athletes for many years I am constantly reminded of the importance of achieving success in both sport and life. You are all on a strong trajectory to achieving this unique balance. With the ongoing support of your university you will be given every opportunity to achieve success in both your sporting and academic activities. Make the most of your opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of this vast country and enjoy the unique bonds that come from participating in a national team. At all times uphold the level of sportsmanship, as outlined in the Uniroos team mission and values. Get to know and respect the teams from all over the world. Lastly, I would like to acknowledge the significant financial contributions from the Australian Sports Commission, AUS World University Games Fund, National Sporting Organisations and the athletes’ universities. This funding, together with the personal contributions from you, have made it possible to be part of a strong Australian team. With best wishes to you all. Deidre Anderson President Australian University Sport

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WE ARE AUSTRALIA The 2011 Australian Summer Universiade team witnessed the birth of three new initiatives designed to promote a singular team identity and to continue to develop the culture within the Australian University Sport (AUS) high performance program. These initiatives continue to play an important role for all athletes representing Australian at the 2013 Summer Universiade. 1. Team name and logo All AUS high performance teams will be selected under a single identity and are known as the 'Australian Uniroos'. This identity represents a proud and successful history of Australian involvement in international university sport. The 'roos' ending to the team name is synonymous with Australian sporting teams, tying Australian university teams into the greater Australian sporting landscape. As a compliment to the team name is the official Australian Uniroos logo that is worn for casual uniforms team uniform. 2. Team mission Developed in consultation with key stakeholders including AUS members, NSOs and the Australian Sports Commission, the 2013 Australian Summer Universiade team mission details eight key points that encompass what the team is striving to achieve. Not simply concentrating on performance outcomes, the Australian team mission identifies several areas in which to measure success including but not limited to the development of opportunities and a pathway for elite students athletes, the creation of a platform for continued future success and the provision of a legacy both on and off the playing arena. 3. Team values Complementing the team name and logo is the consultative development of the Australian Uniroos team values. Four lines, 'we are proud, we are respectful, we are disciplined, we are united' embodying what it means to be a member of an Australian Uniroos team are encompassed by a fifth line, 'We are Australia'. The 'We are Australia' tagline has been incorporated onto all team casual wear and to always reinforce to team members what it means to be an Australian Uniroo.

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TEAM MISSION

Australian University Sport (AUS) in collaboration with the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and partner national sport organisations (NSOs) has determined the following mission for the 2013 Australian Summer Universiade Team. We will: o

Strive to send Australia’s best eligible student elite athletes, staff and supporters from a range of disciplines;

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Offer Australia’s student elite athletes the opportunity to experience a unique and memorable international multi-sport competition;

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Provide an experience which proves a valuable step in the athlete’s pathway to Australian Olympic team, Commonwealth Games team, or national team representation;

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Assist Australia’s student elite athletes gain a greater understanding of the values associated with being in a professional ‘Games-team’ environment;

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Encourage athletes to have a rich respect for their sport, fellow and past competitors, the Universiade and the opportunity to represent Australia;

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Share and experience the cultures of the world in a safe, collegial environment;

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Create a platform for the increased success of future Australian university, national, Commonwealth Games and Olympic teams;

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Enhance Australia’s profile and reputation within the international sporting and wider communities through the virtues of hard work and sportsmanship on and off the field leaving a positive effect on the local community and a lasting legacy.

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AUSTRALIAN MEDAL TALLY Year

Total

Location

2011

5

3

8

16

Shenzhen, China

2009

5

2

1

8

Belgrade, Serbia

2007

3

5

3

11

Bangkok, Thailand

2005

0

1

3

4

Izmir, Turkey

2003

2

5

5

12

Daegu, Korea

2001

3

1

2

6

Beijing, China

1999

2

3

2

7

Palma, Spain

1997

2

3

5

10

Sicily, Italy

1995

1

2

3

6

Fukuoka, Japan

1993

2

0

2

4

Buffalo, Canada

1991

2

2

3

7

Sheffield, England

1989

0

0

3

3

Duisburg, Germany

1987

0

2

0

2

Zagreb, Yugoslavia

1985

2

1

1

4

Kobe, Japan

1983

2

0

2

4

Edmonton, Canada

1981

0

1

0

1

Bucharest, Romania

1979

1

0

1

2

Mexico City, Mexico

1977

0

0

0

0

Sofia, Bulgaria

1973

0

1

3

4

Moscow, Russia

1970

1

0

0

1

Turin, Italy

1967

2

1

3

6

Tokyo, Japan

35

33

50

118

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SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS The International University Sports Federation (FISU) sponsors the Universiade through the support and membership of 153 national university sport organisations across five continents. Australian University Sport (AUS) is a member of FISU and coordinates national and international university sports events involving Australian universities. AUS represents more than one million tertiary students from 41 universities at 51 campuses across Australia. As part of its role in facilitating elite sporting opportunities, AUS is sending an Australian contingent of over 210 athletes and officials to compete in the 2013 Summer Universiade with significant support from the Australian Sports Commission. AUS is also grateful for the assistance and support of the following National Sporting Organisations: Athletics Australia, Badminton Australia, Basketball Australia, Volleyball Australia, Canoe Australia, Diving Australia, Australian Fencing Federation, Gymnastics Australia, Judo Federation of Australia, Rowing Australia, Australian International Shooting Limited, Swimming Australia, Table Tennis Australia, Tennis Australia, Australian Water Polo Inc.

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In addition, AUS would like to thank the following AUS sponsors and preferred suppliers for their support of the 2013 WUSG team: From small beginnings on the rugby field, Canterbury clothing is now worn by some of the biggest names in world sport. No brand better captures the spirit of sport than Canterbury. Tough, uncompromising, and designed to suit your needs. Apart from the quality, style and comfort that are hallmarks of the Canterbury range, Canterbury also brings a partnership of garment technology: IONX. CCC is now the garment of choice for champions – hoodies, tracksuits, on-field garments, bags and much more. _______________________ Red Bull Australia has been a proud supporter of Australian University Sport for the past seven years and in 2013 is pleased to extend its support to give the Australian Uniroos wiiings to perform at their best on the world stage. To help the Uniroos be ‘High Flyers’ and prepare for their departure, nine athletes from nine different universities attended a body and mind camp where they got to hear from Red Bull athlete and world renowned triathlete, Courtney Atkinson. _______________________ Victor Sports is one of Australia’s leading companies in sports science, sports medical and rehabilitation equipment. Victor equips athletes, professional sporting bodies, medical professionals and grassroots clubs and associations with the most advanced sports medical products on the national and international market. _______________________ Hydralyte is proud to be a sponsor of the 2013 Australian University Sport Uniroos team for the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. Australia’s elite university athletes will be able to stay hydrated during their travels with Hydralyte effervescent electrolyte tablets. They will also have some Hydralyte Sports™ to rehydrate during training sessions and competition. Hydralyte is a wholly Australian-owned company and all Hydralyte products are listed pharmaceuticals which you can find in your pharmacy. Visit www.hydralyte.com for more information or ask your pharmacist. Hydrate with Hydralyte – the experts in rehydration. _______________________ Swisse – an Australian company dedicated to making people healthier and happier – is the leader in clinically proven natural medicines, with over 5 decades of experience. Swisse is dedicated to human health, research and manufacture innovative healthcare products at the forefront of scientific development which include multivitamins and targeted supplements for specific life stages and needs. Swisse pride themselves on delivering benchmark standards. All products contain scientifically validated, premium ingredients and are based on over 25 years of research to deliver the best possible result. The Swisse range of products include Australia’s number one multivitamin and some of the fastest growing supplements in Australia.

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WHAT IS THE UNIVERSIADE? The Universiade is an international sporting and cultural festival staged every two years in a different city around the world. Governed by the International University Sports Federation (FISU), the aim of the Universiade is to promote international peace and cultural exchange among young people through sport. The word “Universiade” comes from “university” and “Olympiad”, and means Olympic Games for students. The Universiade is second in importance only to the Olympic Games on a true multi-sport international scale. The Summer Universiade is the world’s second largest international athletic event – double the size of the Winter Olympics and bigger than the Commonwealth Games. Numerous Olympic and Commonwealth Games athletes have participated in Universiades and the events share much in common – the communal village, a Games mascot, sporting conferences and cultural festivals that take place while the Games in progress. The protocol systems for the Olympics, Commonwealth Games and Universiades are similar and all events share an Opening and Closing Ceremony. The Summer Universiade consists of 13 compulsory sports (athletics, basketball, fencing, football, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, judo, swimming, diving, water polo table tennis, tennis and volleyball) and up to three optional sports chosen by the host country. HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSIADE The first Universiade took place in 1923 when several countries held the University Sports Week in Paris, France. Until the beginning of the World War II, the Universiades were staged under the auspices of the Confederation International des Etudiants (CIE). After World War II, an international sports body called Union Internationale des Etudiants (UIE) emerged to rival the CIE, and in 1948 the Federational International du Sport Universitaire (International University Sports Federation, also known as FISU) was formed. Over the next decade the two bodies staged rival competitions. However, after the success of the 1958 Games in Paris, when FISU and UIE athletes competed together, the first official Universiade was held in Turin, Italy, the following year. In 1960, the two organisations were united under the FISU flag and since then the Universiades have developed in size and stature. Ever since this important period, the Universiades have continued to attract increasing numbers of participants from across the globe. The Summer Universiade has evolved from a total of 1,407 participants in the 1959 Games in Turin, Italy to record figures of 10,622 participants in the 2011 Games in Shenzhen, China and 174 countries in the 2003 Games in Daegu, Korea. FISU supports these competitions that give student-athletes the opportunity to come together from across the globe with a spirit of understanding and peace so that they can aim towards obtaining results at a high technical level.

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PAST SUMMER UNIVERSIADES 1959 1961 1963 1965 1967 1970 1973 1975 1977

Turin, Italy Sofia, Bulgaria Porto Alegre, Brazil Budapest, Hungary Tokyo, Japan Turin, Italy Moscow, USSR Rome, Italy Sofia, Bulgaria

1979 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995

Mexico City, Mexico Bucharest, Romania Edmonton, Canada Kobe, Japan Zagreb, Yugoslavia Duisburg, Germany Sheffield, Great Britain Buffalo, USA Fukuoka, Japan

1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011

Sicily, Italy Palma de Mallorca, Spain Beijing, China Daegu, Korea Izmir, Turkey Bangkok, Thailand Belgrade, Serbia Shenzhen, China

Future Universiades: 2015 Gwangju, South Korea 2017 Taipei, Chinese Taipei AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY SPORT HONOUR ROLL University sport is steeped in history, and Australia has produced many champions since the inaugural World University Games held in Paris in 1923. In 2010, Australian University Sport recognised these athletes by establishing the Australian University Sport Honour Roll. This Honour Roll includes two categories – champions and medallists. Champions are masters in their chosen sport and are athletes who have competed and won multiple medals (including one gold) at a single event, or multiple medals at more than one World University Games or Championship event. Medallists are an elite group of athletes that have won a medal at a World University Games or Championship event. AUSTRALIAN HONOUR ROLL CHAMPIONS Martin Roberts - Swimming Marianna Tolo - Basketball Women Emma Langford - Basketball Women AUSTRALIAN HONOUR ROLL MEDALLISTS Jade Edmistone – Swimming Tess Madgen - Basketball Women Katie Ebzery - Basketball Women

Catherine Skinner - Shooting Cayla Francis - Basketball Women Samuel Volker - Rowing

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OLYMPIC AND COMMONWEALTH ATHLETES IN THE UNIROOS TEAM Team Officials Donald Knapp - Olympic Games (Baseball) Martin Robert - Olympic & Commonwealth Games (Swimming) Liz Brett - Olympic Games (Volleyball) Thomas Pichler - Commonwealth Games (Gymnastics) Athletics Alwyn Jones - Commonwealth Games Ellen Pettitt - Commonwealth Games Basketball Philip Brown - - Olympic Games (Coach) Chris Lucas - Olympic Games (Coach) Diving Briony Cole - Olympic & Commonwealth Games Gymnastics – Rhythmic Danielle Prince – Commonwealth Games Rowing Duncan Free - Olympic Games Swimming Jade Edminstone – Commonwealth Games Katie Goldman – Commonwealth Games Jayden Hadler - Olympic and Commonwealth Games Wayne Lomas – Commonwealth Games (coach) Ryan Napoleon - Olympic and Commonwealth Games Scott Talbot - Olympic and Commonwealth Games Volleyball Grigory Sukochev - Olympic Games Waterpolo Andrei Kovalenko - Olympic Games Aleksandr Osadchuk - Olympic Games Melissa Rippon - Olympic Games

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ABOUT KAZAN, RUSSIA

ABOUT RUSSIA Russia, also officially known as the Russian Federation is a country in northern Eurasia. It is a federal semi-presidential republic comprising of 83 federal subjects. Russia is the largest country in the world covering more than one-eighth of the Earth’s inhabited land area and spans an amazing nine times zone. It is also the world’s ninth most populous nation with 143 million people and amazing spans 9 times zone. The primary ethnic group is Russians, comprising over 81% of the total population. The Russian Orthodox Church is the largest religious body in the country. Russian is the official language with the majority of country speaking it. Moscow is the capital city of Russia with Russian politics currently dominated by President Vladimir Putin, his United Russia party, and Prime minister Dmitry Medvedev. BOUNDARIES Russia covers 17,075,400 square kilometres of land reaching into both Europe and Asia. From northwest to southeast, Russia shares land borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, and North Korea. Russia has an extensive coastline of over 37,000 km along the Arctic and Pacific Oceans, as well as along the Baltic Sea, Sea of Azov, Black Sea and Caspian Sea.

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GEOGRAPHY Most of Russia consists of vast stretches of plains that are predominantly steppe to the south and heavily forested to the north, with tundra along the northern coast. Mountain ranges are found along the southern borders, such as the Caucasus range which contains Mount Elbrus whose peak is 5,642 m above sea level making it the highest point in both Russia and Europe. The Ural Mountains, which are rich in mineral resources, form a north-south range that divides Europe and Asia. Other major cities in China besides the capital are Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Kazan and Omsk. ABOUT KAZAN Kazan is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan and is situated in west-central Russia. With a population of 1,143,535, it is the eighth most populous city in Russia Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga and Kazanka Rivers in European Russia and is located 800km east of Moscow. Kazan boasts a favourable geopolitical position in the Russian Federation, being situated in the centre of economically developed Volga region, between the industrial areas of Central and Ural economic areas. The main industries of the city are mechanical engineering, chemical, petrochemical, light and food industries. The innovative economy is represented by the largest IT-park in Russia which is one of the largest of its kind among Eastern Europe science parks The Kazan Kremlin is arguable the main tourist attraction in the city. Once a Tatar fortress, the complex is a unique mix of archaeological, historical and architectural monuments. The oldest of the buildings is the Annunciation Cathedral (1554-62), the only 16th-century Russian church to have six piers and five apses. Also on the site stands the Qol Sharif Mosque, largest mosque in Europe, outside of Istanbul. In 2000, the complex was included on the UNESCO’s World Heritage list. During the Universiade, the Organising Committee will offer those competing in the Universiade the chance to enjoy a city tour, including a visit to the Kazan Kremlin as well as excursions to the island-town of Sviyazhsk and the ancient town of Bolgar. Kazan is also one of the largest educational centres in Russia, placing third in student population after Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. There are nearly 200,000 students from 67 countries studying in Kazan. Kazan is regarded as the “Sports capital of Russia” with highly successful Ice Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball and Water polo teams all at the top of their respective leagues. Along with the 2013 Summer Universiade, Kazan will also play host to the 2015 World Aquatics Championships and host select matches of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. CLIMATE Kazan has a humid continental climate with long cold winters and warm, often hot dry summers. The average annual temperature is 4.6°C with the warmest month of July averaging a daily temperature of 20.3°C. The average annual relative humidity in Kazan is 77 per cent with July averaging 68 per cent. 2013 WORLD SUMMER UNIVERSIADE – AUSTRALIAN UNIROOS TEAM GUIDE 13


In general, July is the wettest month with an average rainfall of 68.7mm. July has around 14 days of rain with an average wind speed 3 m/s in a northern and western direction. On average cloud cover for the month of July is 80% and does not vary substantially over the course of the month. Over the course of July, the length of daylight gradually decreases. The longest day is July 2nd with 17:26 hours of daylight and the shortest day of the month is July 31st with 16:05 hours of daylight. During July the average sunrise is around 4:30am and the sunset is 9:00pm. WATER AND CUISINE Quality of tap water varies around the country, and may even be variable within cities. In old buildings tap water can be non-potable. In the big cities of European Russia, the water is clean of biological contaminants, but often suffers from the presence of heavy metals, due to out-dated city plumbing. If you can't buy bottled water, boil water before drinking. Take care when choosing bottled water in a market. Ensure the water is transparent, free of any form of deposits, and that the bottle is smooth and clear. Also check to ensure that the seal is intact. Russian cuisine derives its rich and varied character from the vast and multicultural expanse of Russia. Its foundations were laid by the peasant food of the rural population in an often harsh climate, with a combination of plentiful fish, poultry, game, mushrooms, berries, and honey. Russian specialities include Pelmeni (meat-filled dumplings, especially popular in Ural and Siberian regions), Blini (thin, savoury buckwheat pancakes), Piroshki (small pies or buns with sweet or savoury filling) and much more. MONEY The Rouble (RUB) is the official currency of Russia. The units of RUB are made up of the Kopeks, where 1 Rouble is equal to 100 Kopeks. Notes come in denominations of 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000. Conversions (approximate): 50 RUB = $1.64 AUD 100 RUB = $3.28 AUD 500 RUB = $16.42 AUD 1000 RUB = $32.83 AUD

$1 AUD 0= $10 AUD = $20 AUD = $50 AUD =

30.46 RUB 304.55 RUB 609.11 RUB 1522.77 RUB

All major credit and debit cards can be used in Automated Teller Machines (“bankomat” in Russian). Here where you can use Visa, MasterCard, Cirrus, Maestro, Plus and American Express to withdraw cash. Airports, major hotels and some department stores have ATMs. The exchange rate on ATM withdrawals is similar to credit cards but there is a maximum daily withdrawal amount. Usually banks charge up to 1% commission if you withdraw money from a foreign bank. Also note that your bank may have a fee for international transactions, so check before you travel. Credit card use in Russia remains relatively low compared to Western countries. Commonly-used cards include Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Credit cards are usually accepted at hotels, restaurants, supermarkets and department stores. Do not 2013 WORLD SUMMER UNIVERSIADE – AUSTRALIAN UNIROOS TEAM GUIDE 14


expect to be able to use them everywhere, so ensure that you are carrying adequate cash. The official exchange rate is given almost everywhere and the exchange charge is standardised, so there is little need to shop around for the best deal. DANGERS AND ANNOYANCES Travel in Russia is relatively safe, but basic international travel safeguards should be used. Things to be aware of include: 

Checking your change. Counterfeiting is very common so check your change before you leave. If you have reason to suspect you’ve been given a counterfeit, refuse the change and ask to be given a different note.

Being careful with your wallet. Pickpockets frequent tourist areas. Do not carry excessive cash in your wallet and hide your cash where it’s not easy to steal. Remember that expensive watches, jewellery and cameras may be tempting targets for thieves.

Photography etiquette. If you want to take photographs or videos, ensure that photography is allowed. It is illegal to photograph military installations, establishments or sites of strategic importance including airports. Look for signage indicating if photography is acceptable.

Uniroos team members should not be drinking alcohol whilst at the Universiade and in Russia it is even more important to avoid alcohol. Beware of fake alcohol. Be careful not to buy fake vodka, which can be dangerous ('dangerous' doesn't mean 'strong'; it means it can contain methanol). TIME ZONES

The standard time zone in Kazan is +4 hours GMT. Kazan

Brisbane /Syd / Canb/ Melb

Adelaide/Darwin

Perth

6:00 am

Noon

11:30 am

10:00 am

8:00 am

2:00 pm

1:30 pm

Noon

10:00 am

4:00 pm

3:30 am

2:00 pm

Noon

6:00 pm

5:30 pm

4:00 pm

2:00 pm

8:00 pm

7:30 pm

6:00 pm

4:00 pm

10:00 pm

9:30 pm

8:00 pm

6:00 pm

Midnight

11:30 pm

10:00 pm

8:00 pm

2:00 am

1:30 am

Midnight

10:00 pm

4:00 am

3:30 am

2:00 am

Midnight

6:00 am

5:30 am

4:00 am

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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Making calls:  To make international calls from Russia to Australia, dial 10, then 61 for Australia, followed by the area code and number.  To make calls from Australia to Russia, dial 0011 7, followed by the area code and number.  To make domestic calls within Russia, dial the area code and phone number. Important phone numbers: Fire Department - 01, when calling from mobiles first dial 112 Police - 02, when calling from mobiles first dial 112 Ambulance – 03, when calling from mobiles first dial 112 International Operator Assistance - 8-194 Australia Embassy in Moscow - +7 095 956 6070 Kazan International Airport - + 7 843 267 8807 Moscow International Airport – +7 495 933 6666 Kazan Railway Station - +7 843 294 0500 TRAVEL TIPS There are a number of things that can be done both prior to and during your flight to ensure a successful trip. The key areas in preparing for departure are: relaxation, diet and making a psychological switch to the intended destination. Tips to remember when flying: 

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Take a water bottle or sports drink on the flight with you. Please note that it will need to be empty in order to clear the security checkpoint. Once through security, you can fill it up or purchase a sports drink to take on the flight. Drink 300-400mL every hour (about half a drink bottle). Avoid coffee, tea, carbonated drinks and alcohol during the flight and in the 48 hours prior to departure. Do stretches in your seat and walk around occasionally to avoid stiffness and fatigue. For long haul flights, use an eye mask to help you sleep. Some airlines may serve meals during the night – indicate to them if you wish to be woken up or not. Pack healthy snacks which need minimal storage fuss. Consult your doctor before using pharmaceutical products to combat sleep difficulties. Avoid overeating as your inactivity means that you don’t need to eat as much. Re-hydrate after the flight with a Gastrolyte and Powerade combination. Try to get to sleep early and take naps at corresponding times to your destination place, aiming to ease the effects of jetlag Substitute frequent carbohydrate snacks in place for at least one meal a day Pack any items that you absolutely cannot do without upon landing (i.e. shoes or equipment to compete) into your carry on in case of loss of baggage 2013 WORLD SUMMER UNIVERSIADE – AUSTRALIAN UNIROOS TEAM GUIDE 16


HYDRATION Commencing exercise in a dehydrated state:     

Impairs thermoregulation Impairs cardiovascular function Impairs cognitive function (concentration and decision making) Negatively affects performance Increases the risk of heat illness when exercising in the heat

NIGHT BEFORE TRAINING/COMPETITION 

Drink 1-1.5L of fluid over a 90-minute period, finishing three hours prior to going to bed – urine output is normally finished by then. On the morning of your event, drink another 500mL of fluid two hours prior to your event. Suggested drinks are Hydrolyte and Powerade Water can be substituted for a sports drink, but only if you were fully hydrated the night before.

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HYDRATION WINDOW SIP Bottle 1

6:00 PM

SIP │

PEAK URINE OUTPUT

Bottle 2

7:00 PM

URINE OUTPUT USUALLY FINISHED BED

8:00-9:00 PM

10:00 PM

11:00 PM

POST-TRAINING/COMPETITION REHYDRATION: VOLUME Step 1: Immediately after  Fluid volume should be equal to 1.5 times fluid lost during exercise  1 kg body mass loss = 1.5L post-exercise fluid replacement Step 2: Follow “hydration window” that night POST-TRAINING/COMPETITION REHYDRATION: DRINK TYPE 

  

Best type of drink for post-exercise rehydration: - Hydrolyte - Powerade, or - a combination of the Hydrolyte and Powerade Plain water is not an effective rehydration solution when you are very dehydrated The effectiveness of water is improved if taken with a meal (including sodium) Increase sodium intake in the post-exercise meal (that is, add extra salt: highsodium meals include chicken soup, risotto etc).

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ATHLETES VILLAGE Just as at the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, the Summer Universiade will have a fully functioning athletes village designed to cater for all accommodation, dining, recreational, transportation and medical activities. As per FISU regulations, all delegates attending the Universiade must be accommodated at the village throughout the duration of their time at the event. The athletes village is located in the Privolzhsky City District of Kazan. The construction of the village began in July 2009 and covers an area of 53 hectares. It is expected to accommodate over 13,500 athletes and team officials in 28 residential buildings. Catering, accommodation, recreational, transportation and other services will also be provided in the village. The Universiade Village is divided into two zones: the international zone and residential zone. Travel between each the zones and entry to the village as a whole will be subject to accreditation and security checks, with the residential zone afforded the highest level of security.

International Zone The international zone incorporates the Main International Centre, the Universiade Village Polyclinic and parking areas. This is where the accreditation process will take place as well as being the location for the departure and arrival of the village shuttle buses. The main facilities and functions of the international zone are: o

Main Accreditation Centre

o

HoD meeting rooms

o

Auditoriums

o

FISU offices

o

Sports Info Centre

o

Conference halls

o

CIC office

o

Main Information Centre

o

Religious centre

o

FISU Educational Centre

o

Souvenir shop

o

Bank & Post Office

Residential Zone The residential zone houses all of the accommodation and catering requirements for team members whilst at the Universiade. It has 28 blocks of apartments and one dining hall. In addition to guest rooms, the residential buildings in the Universiade Village also house storage facilities, medical stations, self-service launderettes, video auditoriums, icemachine rooms, and spare offices. The main functions and facilities of the residential zone are: o

Residential Buildings

o

The Flags Alley

o

Beauty Salon

o

Main Dining Hall

o

Souvenir shop

o

Lounge Zone

o

Ceremonial Stage

o

Supermarket

o

Souvenir shop

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FACILITIES DINING HALL Located in the residential zone of the athletes village, the dining hall can accommodate more than 4,000 people at one time. The dining hall will be open around the clock, providing breakfast, lunch, dinner and midnight snacks. The menu includes over 300 varieties of food and will be rotated every seven days. There will be a Chinese Area, Western Area, Mediterranean area, Asian area, international area, and Muslim area, amongst others. TRANSPORTATION A fleet of shuttle buses will transport athletes to and from competition, training, and team event venues. The shuttle bus station is located in the eastern section of the village. DELEGATION SERVICES CENTRE The sports information centre distributes competition and training information, and provides information regarding transportation to and from venues. MEDICAL SERVICE A polyclinic accommodating up to 5,000 patients will provide free medical treatment for all accredited athletes during the Games. The Australian delegation will include a medical team of three physicians, three physiotherapists and two massage therapists, as well as a number of sport specific medical and support personnel provided by respective NSOs. All appropriate equipment (i.e. ice baths, massage tables etc) required for international competition will be provided to ensure the best possible performance and recovery for team members. RELIGIOUS CENTRE Located in the international zone of the village, a religious centre will be available and will have areas for religions such as Buddhism, Islam, Catholicism, Protestantism and one meditation room. COMMERCIAL CENTRE The following services are located in the international zone 

Currency exchange

A supermarket selling personal products, snacks, and drinks

Licensed products store selling over 1,000 26th Summer Universiade licensed products

Florist selling fresh flowers, plants, greeting cards, and balloons

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Telecommunications service centre selling phone cards and pre paid phones for both domestic and international calls

Hair salon and barber shop

Travel desk for tours and flights

Postal services

LAUNDRY SERVICES Free laundry services will be provided to all team members for competition uniform. General use laundry services are available at a free. Dry cleaning, express and special laundry services are provided for a fee. Laundry service sites are located in the residential zone. INFORMATION CENTRE The information centre is located in the welcome centre, and is open 24 hours. It provides information regarding accommodation, catering, transportation, travel, and events. SPORTS SCHEDULE Number of Gold Medals

Number of Days

-

1

14

4

50

6

6

6

2

10

2

6

19

4

10

6

18

24

3

3

3

6

July Sport 5 Opening Ceremony

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

16

Artistic Gymnastics

1

1

2

10

Athletics

2

6

11

10

Badminton

1

7

14

5

Basketball

1

Beach Volleyball Belt Wrestling

15

1 6

9

1

4

Boxing

10

Canoe Sprint

6

Chess Diving

2

2

Fencing

2

2

2

1

17

2

2

4

12

8

2

2

2

12

7

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Field Hockey

1

Football

1 1

Judo

4

4

4

4

1

2

Rhythmic Gymnastics

2

Rowing

5

6

8

Rugby 7

2

Sambo Sport Shooting Swimming

4

Synchronised Swimming

2

5

6

6

6

9

2

11

18

5

8

3

13

3

2

4

18

3

6

4

4

8

8

4

34

6

5

7

4

7

8

2

42

8

4

5

7

8

2

Table Tennis

2

2

2

1

2

Tennis

2

5

7

9

Volleyball

1

1

2

11

2

12

15

6

21

7

-

1

9

351

-

Water polo

1

Weightlifting

3

2

2

2

Wrestling

3

3

4

3

4

3

4

3

Closing Ceremony Total per day

-

-

26

34

27

44

30

40

18

25

56

1

40

Competition day

*Numbers in the cells refer to number of medals awarded each day of competition

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COMPETITION VENUES A total of 64 venues will be used during the 2013 Summer Universiade. Of those 64 there will be 17 specified training venues and 47 competition venues (note: if a venue is used for training and competition it is classed as a competition venue). Of all venues utilised, 30 will be completely new builds and the rest renovated for the Universiade. A venue list for all sports can be found below. Sport

Venue

Artistic Gymnastics

Athletics

Badminton

Basketball

Finals

Prelim

Training

Seats

Gymnastics Centre

3,200

Central Stadium

Race Walk and Half Marathon Course

26,920

Universiade Village Stadium

-

Olymp Stadium Training Field

-

7,200

Tennis Academy

Basket Hall

7,000

Biek Tau Sports Complex

Miras Sports Complex

1,000

Olymp Sports Hall

800

Triumph Multipurpose Sports Complex

-

Forward Sports Complex

-

Vatan Multipurposr Sports Complex

-

Itil Sports Complex

-

Beach Volleyball

Kazanka Beach Volleyball Centre

Belt Wrestling

Ak Bars Wrestling Palace

Boxing

Boxing Centre

2,000

Canoe Sprint

Rowing Centre

3,000

Chess

Main Building of the Kazan Equestrian Complex

Diving

Aquatics Palace

Fencing

Kazan Equestrian Complex, Indoor Hall

1,500

6,000 • 2,000

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Fencing Sport School Field Hockey

Field Hockey Centre

Rubin Stadium

-

10,000

Trudovye Rezery Stadium

5,000

Raketa Stadium

7,500

Olymp Stadium

1,500

Football

Tasma Stadium

-

Miras Stadium

-

Judo

Tatneft Arena

10,000

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Gymnastics Centre

3,200

Rowing

Rowing Centre

3,000

Tulpar Stadium

Rugby 7 Dinamo Stadium Sambo

Sport Shooting

Swimming

10,000

Tatneft Arena

Sviyaga Shooting Complex

Rifle Shooting Range

Aquatics Palace

Rowing Centre (Open Water)

261

3,000

Akcharlak Swimming Pool

-

Synchronised Swimming

Aquatics Palace

-

Table Tennis

Sports Palace

3,500

Tennis

Tennis Academy

7,200

Saint Petersburg Volleyball Centre

Zilant Sports Complex

Tulpar Sports Complex

Olympiets Sports Complex

1,000

Volleyball

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Bustan Sports Complex Tezuche Sports Complex

-

Moskva Sports Complex

-

Vatan Sports Complex

-

Triumph Sports Complex

-

Burevestnik Swimming Pool Water polo

Olymp Swimming Pool

• •

Orgsintez Swimming Pool

Weightlifting

Ak Bure Multipurpose Sports Complex

Batyr Sports Complex Wrestling

Ak Bure Multipurpose Sports Complex

700

-

700

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2013 AUSTRALIAN TEAM

2013

AUS FISU DELEGATES

TEAM OFFICIALS AND ATHLETES

PROFILES

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FISU DELEGATES Name: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams:

Donald Knapp QLD AUS CEO and FISU delegate Masters degree in Education, Bachelor of Social Science, DBA candidate Olympics: 1996, 2000, 2004

Name: State: Position:

Martin Doulton VIC Oceania University Sport Association representative

Name: State: Position: National teams:

Alf Lazer VIC FISU and AUS Life Member WUSG: 1973, 1977, 1979, 1981 SENIOR MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams: Past AUS teams:

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Past AUS teams:

Martin Roberts 19 June ACT Chef de Mission BSc (Psychology), B App Sci (Sports Studies), Grad Cert ACEM, Grad Dip Elite Sports Coaching Olympics: 1988, 1992, Commonwealth Games: 1990, 1994 Athlete - WUSG 1993 (dual gold medallist) Official - 2009, 2011

Siobhan James 24 February QLD Deputy Chef de Mission Bachelor of Human Movement Studies Official - WUSG: 2001, 2003, 2009, 2011

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SENIOR MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS Name: Date of birth: State: Position: National teams:

Liz Brett 10 January NSW Team General Manager Athlete - 2000 Sydney Olympic

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Motto:

Tarryn Dickerson 7 December WA Team General Manager Be grateful for what you do have instead of worrying about what you don't have

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications:

Nadine Fromont 19 January QLD Headquarters and Administration Coordinator Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science and Graduate Diploma in Business

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams:

Thomas Pichler 18 September QLD Media Liaison Officer Bachelor Business (Management & Marketing) Commonwealth Games 2010 (dual gold medallist) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011 World Championships Athlete - WUSG 2011

Past AUS teams:

MEDICAL STAFF Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications:

Scott Burne 28 April NSW Head of Medical Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Science, Masters of Sports Medicine

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MEDICAL STAFF Name: Date of birth: Location: Position: Qualifications: National teams: Past AUS teams:

Andrew Hogg 21 July London Physician Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery Official - 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Verity Cooper 22 December WA Physician

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications:

Sam Leslie 20 November VIC Head of Physiotherapy Master of Sports Physiotherapy

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Motto:

Nicola Mepstead 14 July NSW Physiotherapist Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) One day your life will flash before your eyes, make it worth watching

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Past AUS teams:

Michael Kaplan 27 November ACT Physiotherapist Masters of Sports Physiotherapy WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Motto:

Graham Storer 8 December NSW Massage Therapist Diploma Remedial Massage Go for broke

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MEDICAL STAFF Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Past AUS teams:

Sara Guevara 8 February VIC Massage Therapist / Physiotherapist Masters of Physiotherapy Athlete – WUSG 2011 Shenzhen, 2009 Belgrade

ATHLETICS Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications:

Clare Burton 07 July VIC Team Manager Bachelor of Sports Administration

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications:

Vasily Grischenkov 23 January VIC Coach Level 5 Jumps Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Motto:

Megan Szirom 18 August VIC Coach Bachelor of Sport Science Whoever said winning wasn’t everything, probably came second

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: National teams: Past AUS Teams:

Stuart Anderson 19 June QLD Coach Athlete - 2001 Goodwill Games Athlete - WUSG 2001 Beijing

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ATHLETICS Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Brianna Beahan 1 November 1991 WA 100m Hurdles Edith Cowan University Bachelor of Science - Exercise and Sport Science If you want something bad enough you will work hard enough to get it

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Nik Bojic 18 January 1992 QLD High Jump The University of Queensland Bachelor of Human Movement Studies Many of life’s failures are experienced by those who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Alexander Carew 19 December 1989 VIC 400m Deakin University Bachelor of Commerce

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Ian Dewhurst 13 November 1990 NSW 400m Hurdles The University of Sydney Master of Physiotherapy Perseverance

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Tom Gamble 25 November 1991 QLD 100m The University of Queensland Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science

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ATHLETICS Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Nick Hough 20 October 1993 NSW 100m & 200m The University of Sydney Bachelor of Law & Bachelor of IT 2012 World Junior Championships 2010 Youth Olympics Games

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Past AUS teams:

Alwyn Jones 28 February 1985 VIC Triple Jump Victoria University Exercise Science - Human Movement & Sport Rec Management 2009 World Championships 2006 Commonwealth Games – Bronze Medallist WUSG 2009

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Alix Kennedy 22 January 1992 NSW Discus Throw The University of Sydney Bachelor of Commerce & Law Control the controllable

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Matthew Lynch 24 January 1986 NSW 400m University of Newcastle Bachelor of Sport Studies

National Teams:

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ATHLETICS Nae: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Shannon McCann 20 December 1988 WA 100m Hurdles Murdoch University Bachelor of Forensic Biology & Toxicology WUSG 2011 Shenzhen Be Better, Not bitter

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Brittany McGowan 24 April 1991 QLD 1500m The University of Queensland Bachelor of Journalism Settle in and run on

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Kimberley Mulhall 9 January 1991 VIC Discus Throw Deakin University Bachelor of Health Science 2007 World Youth Championships I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

James Nipperess 21 May 1990 NSW 3000m Steeplechase The University of Sydney Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Jessica Penney 21 December 1987 ACT Long Jump Australian National University Bachelor of Engineering with Honours Always be a 1st-rate version of yourself, instead of a 2nd-rate version of somebody else

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ATHLETICS Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Ellen Pettitt 13 May 1986 VIC Triple Jump Victoria University Bachelor of Communications - Journalism Master of Communications - Public Relations 2006 & 2010 Commonwealth Games WUSG 2009 Belgrade

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Caitlin Sargent 14 June 1992 QLD 100m & 400m University of Queensland Bachelor of Physiotherapy 2011 World Championships WUSG 2011 Shenzhen To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Sophie Stanwell 8 June 1991 NSW Heptathlon University of Newcastle Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Stephanie Stigwood 21 Oct 1990 TAS 20km Walk University of Tasmania Bachelor of Arts You are only given, what you can only handle

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ATHLETICS Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Rachel Tallent 20 February 1993 ACT 20km Walk University of Canberra Bachelor of Science in Psychology 2012 World Junior Championships Dream, Dreams of Glory BADMINTON

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Marianne Loh 11 January NSW Coach / Team Manager Bachelor of Arts Informatics Official – 2007, 2011, 2012 World Championships 2012 World University Championships It is better to decide and make a mistake, than not to decide. There is always time to turn back.

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Luke Chong 3 April 1987 VIC Singles & Doubles (with Buendia) University of Melbourne PhD in Optometry 2008, 2012 World University Championships Believe it, Achieve it

Name: Date of birth: State: Event : Institution: Course : Motto:

Honesto III Reyes Buendia 18 June 1992 NSW Singles & Doubles (with Chong) The University of Sydney Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Today is another chance to be better than you were yesterday.

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BADMINTON Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Chameka Madurawe 3 July 1992 NSW Singles The University of Sydney Bachelor of Biomedical (Mechanical) Engineering 2008 World Junior Championships

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Elena Kwok 8 November 1990 NSW Singles & Doubles (with Slee) The University of Sydney Master of Physiotherapy Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time (Thomas A. Edison)

Name: Date of birth: State: Event : Institution: Course : National Teams:

Ann-Louise Slee 14 August 1988 VIC Singles & Doubles (with Kwok) Monash University Bachelor for Pharmacy 2010 World Championships

BASKETBALL – MEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Andrej Lemanis 18 March VIC Head Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Past AUS teams:

Michael Downer 27 August QLD Assistant Coach WUSG: 2009, 2011

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BASKETBALL – MEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Rohan Short 3 September VIC Assistant Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Past AUS teams:

Jared Campbell 6 June SA Team Manager WUSG 2009 Belgrade, 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Past AUS teams:

David Hillard 29 January SA Physiotherapist Masters of Physiotherapy WUSG, 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Matthew Andronicos 24 December 1991 QLD Central Queensland University Exercise Sports

Name: Date of birth: Institution: Course :

Cameron Bairstow 7 December 1990 University of New Mexico Bachelor of Exercise Science

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Todd Blanchfield 7 November 1991 QLD HBA Learning Centre Diploma of Occupational Health & Safety

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BASKETBALL – MEN Name: Date of birth: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Ryan Broekhoff 23 August 1990 Valparaiso University - USA Bachelor of Exercise Science WUSG 2011

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Jason Cadee 15 April 1991 SA TAFE South Australia Diploma of Business

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Andrija Dumovic 18 April 1993 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Marketing and Management

Name: Date of birth: Institution: Course :

Cody Ellis 24 April 1990 Saint Louis Bilicins Bachelor of Communications & Advertising

Name: Date of birth: Institution: Course :

Igor Hadziomerovic 1 January 1992 Boise State University Bachelor of Communication

Name: Date of birth: Institution: Course :

Venkatesha Jois 7 July 1993 Eastern Washington University Bachelor of Biology

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BASKETBALL – MEN Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Corey Maynard 7 October 1991 SA Bryant University Bachelor of Management WUSG 2011

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Mitchell Norton 1 April 1993 QLD James Cook University Bachelor of Business

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Owen Odigie 18 January 1993 VIC La Trobe University Bachelor of Health Sciences

BASKETBALL – WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Phillip Brown 24 July ACT Head Coach Bachelor of Applied Science – Sports Coaching 1993, 1993 World Junior Championships WUSG Athlete: 1985, 1987 WUSG Official: 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: National Team: Past AUS teams:

Chris Lucas 21 January SA Assistant Coach Coach - 2004 Olympic Games WUSG Official: 2009, 2011

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BASKETBALL – WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Miranda Wallis 20 April QLD Assistant Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Michele Menso 1 August QLD Team Manager

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Simon Pritchard 25 November SA Physiotherapist

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Sara Blicavs 15 February 1993 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Primary Education

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Stephanie Cumming 26 July 1990 VIC Victoria University Bachelor of Education 2009 Junior World Championships WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

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BASKETBALL – WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Katie Rae Ebzery 8 January 1990 NSW The University of Sydney Bachelor of Education 2007 Junior World Championships WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Cayla Francis 1 May 1989 QLD Tropical North Queensland TAFE Certificate III in Events WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Alice Kunek 6 January 1991 VIC Deakin University Bachelor of Commerce

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Past AUS teams:

Emma Langford 29 January 1989 VIC Box Hill Institute of TAFE WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Tessa Lavey 29 March 1993 ACT University of Canberra Primary Education

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BASKETBALL – WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Tess Madgen 12 August 1990 NT Charles Darwin University Bachelor of Exercise of Sports Science WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Lauren Mansfield 18 December 1989 TAS Launceston Polytechnic Bachelor of Business

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Natalie Burton 23 March 1989 NSW TAFE NSW Financial Services

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Olivia Thompson 20 January 1993 SA University of South Australia Diploma of Arts

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Marianna Tolo 2 July 1989 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Sport Coaching & Exercise Science WUSG 2009 Belgrade, 2011 Shenzhen

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BEACH VOLLEYBALL Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Cameron Edwards 3 October QLD Team Manager / Coach Coach - WUSG 2011 Shenzhen One point at a time

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Hamish Moore 9 April 1992 SA University of Adelaide Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery 2012 World Beach Volleyball Championships 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Russell Moore 23 January 1992 SA Flinders University Bachelor of Science (Nanotechnology) WUSG 2001 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Saran O’Conner 14 September 1993 VIC La Trobe University Bachelor of Health Science, Masters in Paramedic Practice Getting knocked down gives you a bigger reason to get back up

Motto:

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Best Performance:

Jessica Houghton 15 July 1993 VIC Swimburne University of Technology Bachelor of Science (Psychology & Psychophysiology) 2013 Australian Beach Volleyball Championships 1st Place

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CANOE SPRINT Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams: Motto:

Matt Urquhart 16 May QLD Team Manager Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering & Diploma of Professional Practice 2009, 2010, 2011 World Championships Make the most of every opportunity, somebody is always watching

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Virginia Carlton 12 January 1994 VIC K1W 500, K2W 500, K4W 500m & K4W 200 Deakin University Bachelor of Vision Science

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Charlie Copeland 26 January 1994 QLD K2 200m, K2 500, K4 200, K4 500, K4 1000 University of the Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Engineering

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Nick Dawe 14 January 1989 NSW K1 200, K2 200, K2 500, K4 200, K4 500, K4 1000 Macquarie University Master of Chiropratic 2012 World University Championships

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Jacqui Green 27 April 1994 NSW K1W 200, K2W 200, K4W 200 & K4W 500 Macquarie University Bachelor of Arts-Media

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CANOE SPRINT Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Mackenzie Labine-Romain 26 January 1995 NSW K2 500, K4W 200 & K4W 500 The University of New South Wales Bachelor of Advanced Science

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Aaron Murphy 25 October 1990 QLD K1 500, K1 1000, K2 1000, K4 200, K4 500, K4 1000 Griffith University Bachelor of Exercise Science

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Talissa Taurins 31 May 1995 NSW K2 200, K4W 200 & K4W 500 University of Technology, Sydney Bachelor of Management in Sport and Exercise Never give up

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Jacob Tsgaris 31 May 1995 NSW K2 1000, K4 200, K4 500, K4 1000 The University of New South Wales Bachelor of Engineering / Commerce

DIVING Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Michael Martens 9 March SA Coach

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DIVING Name: Date of birth: State: Position: National teams:

Briony Cole 28 February QLD Referee Athlete – 2008 Olympic Games (silver), 2010 (bronze) & 2006 Commonwealth Games (gold)

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Jocelyn Burnett 17 January 1994 SA 10m University of South Australia Bachelor of Sport & Recreation Management A man must be big enough to admit his mistakes, smart enough to profit from them, and strong enough to correct them.

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Samantha Mills 23 March 1992 SA 1m, 3m, 3m Synchro TAFE South Australia Diploma of Interior Design

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Fan (Esther) Qin 18 November 1991 NSW 1m, 3m, 3m Synchro Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Bachelor of Technology

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Darcy Taylor 3 June 1994 QLD 1m, 3m Griffith University Bachelor of Business 2012 Junior World Championships Hard work beats talent if talent doesn't work hard

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DIVING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Hannah Thek 10 August 1993 QLD 1m, 10m University of Queensland Bachelor of Engineering

FENCING Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Vlad Sher 2 June VIC Coach / Assistant Manager

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Kirill Zhdanovich 2 June SA Coach / Assistant Manager

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Cheryl Chan 14 October 1989 NSW Sabre University of Technology Sydney Postgraduate Juris Doctor 2011 World Championships, 2010 Commonwealth Fencing Championships WUSG 2011 Shenzhen Be a legend

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Matthew Donald 30 November 1994 NSW Foil The University of Sydney Bachelor of Nursing

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FENCING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

John Downes 15 November 1991 NSW Epee University of Sydney Bachelor of Engineering & Bachelor of Commerce 2010, 2011 Junior World Championships, Junior Commonwealth Fencing Championships Whether you think you can, or whether you think you can't, you're right.

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Michael Dzodzos 14 October 1993 SA Foil University of Adelaide Bachelor of Arts

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Zak Leonhard 21 July 1992 WA Sabre University of Western Australia Bachelor of Engineering

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course: Past AUS teams:

James Lewis 4 November 1989 WA Epee University of Western Australia Bachelor of Law & Commerce WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Sam Liao 9 September 1993 QLD Foil Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Engineering (Medical) Respect all, fear none

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FENCING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Natalie Molen Grigull 1 September 1993 NSW Sabre University of New South Wales Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry Chance favours the prepared

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Sutherlan Scudds 18 August 1990 WA Sabre Murdoch University Bachelor of Law 2010, 2011 World Championships You have to lose before you can win

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Diana Sher 28 April 1993 VIC Epee Monash University Bachelor or Arts 2011, 2012, 2013 Junior World Championships Hard work really does pay off GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications:

Audrey Ng 30 August WA Team Manager / Physio Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Stephanie Schahinger 15 May SA Judge

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GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Best Performance:

Past AUS teams: Motto:

Danielle Prince 12 June 1992 QLD The University of Queensland Bachelor of Health, Sport & Physical Education 2010 Commonwealth Games Team Competition, Team Gold Medal 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2009, 2010, 2011 World Championships WUSG 2011 Shenzhen To not be bitter but better

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Enid Sung 26 August 1994 NSW The University of Sydney Bachelor of Media and Communications 2010 World Championships

National Teams:

JUDO Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

William Jenkins 24 May 1990 SA 66kg Flinders University Bachelor of Education

Name: Date of birth: Event: State: Institution: Course :

Keller Locke Sodhi 20 July 1991 81kg NSW University of New South Wales Aerospace Engineering

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ROWING Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams:

Duncan Free 25 May QLD Team Manager / Coach Bachelor of Exercise Science Athlete - 4 x Olympic Games, Gold 2008, Bronze 1996, 10 x World Rowing Championships, Gold 2007 & 2006

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Redmond Matthews 31 January 1992 VIC Lightweight Single Scull Monash University Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering & Bachelor of Science

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Samuel Volker 28 August 1992 SA Single Scull University of Adelaide Bachelor of Engineering 2011 World Championships 2012 World University Championships SPORT SHOOTING

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Luke Higgins 9 November 1989 SA Trap Shotgun Flinders University Bachelor of Medical Science (Vision science) 2006 World Championships Love the challenge

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Amanda Holt 15 August 1986 VIC Trap Shotgun Australian Catholic University Bachelor of Rural Business WUSG 2007 Bangkok

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SPORT SHOOTING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Best Performance: National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Catherine Skinner 11 February 1990 QLD Trap Shotgun Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Bachelor of Engineering WUSG Silver Medal - 2011 2011, 2012, 2013 World Championships WUSG 2011 Shenzhen – Silver Medallist 2010 World University Shooting Championships SWIMMING

Name: Date of birth: Position:

Grant Stoelwinder 28 August Head Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Peter Carswell 8 June QLD Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Tracey Menzies 12 October ACT Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams:

Scott Talbot 13 July NSW Coach Bachelor of Arts - Psychology Major Athlete - 2000, 2004 Olympic Games Coach – 2008, 2012 Olympic Games. 2010 Commonwealth Games Athlete – WUSG 2003. Coach – WUSG 2011

Past AUS teams:

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National Teams: Past AUS teams:

Wayne Lomas 10 April QLD Support Staff BHMS, Grad Dip Ed, Grad Dip Management Coach – 2010 Commonwealth Games WUSG 2009 Belgrade, 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: National teams:

Jade Edmistone 6 February QLD Support Staff Athlete - 2005 World Championships (gold), 2006 World Championships (2x gold, bronze) 2006 Commonwealth Games (2x silver)

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Motto:

David Pugh 8 April NSW Support Staff Bachelor of Science Always do your best

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams:

Katie Pettifer 5 March VIC Support Staff Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy 2008 Olympic Games, 2005, 2007, 2009 World Championships

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Nicholas Smith 30 August QLD Sport Scientist

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Andrew Abood 27 April 1990 NSW 50m Freestyle, 100m Freestyle Griffith University Bachelor of Criminology & Criminal Justice

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Daniel Arnamnart 14 September 1989 NSW 50m Backstroke, 100m Freestyle Fitness Institute Australia Diploma of Fitness

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Shane Asbury 11 October 1989 VIC 200m Freestyle, 1500 Freestyle, 200m Butterfly Deakin University Bachelor of Physical Education

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Holly Barratt 1 January 1988 WA 50m Freestyle University of Western Australia Bachelor of Science Just do it

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Holly Brettle 8 December 1993 VIC 200m Breaststroke, 200m IM, 400m IM Deakin University Bachelor of Psychology

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Leah Cutting 14 March 1992 SA 10km Open Water, 400m IM, 1500 Freestyle University of South Australia Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) You only regret the chances you didn’t take

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Katie Goldman 5 July 1992 QLD 200m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle, 800 Freestyle Griffith University Bachelor of Psychology 2011 World Championships, 2010 Commonwealth Games Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you greater than any obstacle

Motto:

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Jayden Hadler 23 September 1993 NSW 100m Butterfly Sarina Russo Institute Business/Management 2012 Olympic Games, 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2010, 2011 World Championships Balance your life

Max Ireland 9 September 1988 ACT 50m Breaststroke, 100m Breaststroke University of Canberra Bachelor of Exercise Science If you always do, what you've always done, you'll always get, what you've always gotten!

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Justin James 3 November 1992 ACT 200m IM Australian National University Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Security 2010 Youth Olympics Who Dares Wins

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Daniel Lester 27 December 1990 QLD 100m Butterfly, 200m IM University of Wisconsin Bachelor of Business – Marketing Do work

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Nicole Mee 12 July 1992 QLD 100m Butterfly, 200m Butterfly Australian National University Bachelor of Business and Economics

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Melissa Mitchell 8 August 1987 NSW 50m Freestyle, 100m Freestyle University New England Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

Name: Date of birth: State: Event:

Ryan Napoleon 26 May 1990 QLD 200m Freestyle, 1500m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle CATC Design College Diploma of Graphic Design 2012 Olympic Games, 2009 World Championships

Institution: Course : National Teams:

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Leah Neale 8 January 1995 QLD 200m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle, 800 Freestyle Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Exercise and Movement Science/Education 2011 Youth Commonwealth Games Believe, achieve and have fun

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

George O’Brien 13 December 1991 QLD 400m Freestyle University of Sunshine Coast Bachelor of Business Tears will get sympathy, sweat will get results

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Keiran Qaium 12 December 1992 NSW 200m Butterfly Australian Catholic University Bachelor Physiotherapy We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Joshua Richardson 24 July 1993 QLD 10km OWS Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Business

Name: Date of birth: State: Event:

Aisling Scott 2 December 1992 QLD 200m Breaststroke, 100m Breaststroke, 50m Breaststroke, 200 IM The University of Queensland Bachelor of Law

Institution: Course :

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Samuel Sheppard 19 January 1991 VIC 10km OWS La Trobe University Bachelor of Science (Environmental, Chemistry) WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Best Performance: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Amy Smith 13 February 1990 QLD 100m Butterfly, 200m Butterfly The University of Queensland Bachelor of Occupational Therapy 5th WUSG 2011 WUSG 2011 Shenzhen If you're going through hell, keep going

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Benjamin Treffers 15 August 1991 ACT 50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke, 50m Fly Australian National University Bachelor of Commerce 2011, 2010 World Championships Be your best

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course:

Jessica Walker 9 December 1989 QLD 10km OWS Griffith University Bachelor of Business majoring in Event Management Don’t worry, be happy

Motto:

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Hayley White 13 September 1989 NSW 50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke, 200m Backstroke The University of Sydney Bachelor of Education

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SWIMMING Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Madison Wilson 31 May 1994 ACT 50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke, 200m Backstroke Australian Catholic University Bachelor of Education Primary TABLE TENNIS

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Motto:

Barak Mizrachi 22 March 1988 VIC Team, Singles, Doubles The University of Melbourne Bachelor of Engineering Have fun!

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course :

Tim Nguyen 14 March 1992 VIC Team, Singles, Doubles The University of Melbourne Bachelor of Environments (Architecture Major), Master of Construction Management

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Jonathon Schubert 16 July 1989 SA Team, Singles, Doubles Flinders University Doctor of Medicine WUSG 2011 Shenzhen Never ever give up TENNIS

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Karen Butler 10 April VIC Coach / Manager Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management WUSG 2011 Shenzhen - Coach Leave everything out on the court

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TENNIS Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Alison Bai 18 January 1990 VIC Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles Monash University Bachelor of Business and Commerce WUSG 2009 Belgrade, 2011 Shenzhen If you want to succeed as much as you want to breathe then you will be successful

Name: Date of birth: State: Event: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Sam Thompson 8 January 1993 VIC Men’s Singles, Mixed Doubles University of Melbourne Bachelor of Science - Applied Maths WUSG 2011 Shenzhen It is better to lose with dignity, than win no matter the cost. VOLLEYBALL

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Daniel Ilott 27 January ACT Head Coach

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Grant Robertson 31 March QLD Assistant Coach Bachelor of Science WUSG 2011 Shenzhen If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Giorgio Poetto 21 August ACT Trainer

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VOLLEYBALL Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Benjamin Bell 24 February 1990 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Science WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Thomas Douglas-Powell 16 September 1992 WA University of Winnipeg Bachelor of Arts

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Beau Graham 17 April 1994 QLD Griffith University Bachelor of Criminology The harder you work the luckier you get

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Jacob Guymer 21 June 1993 QLD University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Business WUSG 2011 Shenzhen Love what you do

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Alexander McMullin 1 August 1995 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Exercise Science and Sports Coaching 2012 Youth World Championships Good things come to those who work for it

National Teams: Motto:

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VOLLEYBALL Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Brad Millers 24 May 1994 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Sports Studies Give it a crack

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Christopher Morrow 4 October 1993 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Science (Psychology) Carpe Diem

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Luke Perry 20 November 1995 ACT University of Canberra Construction Management Everything happens for a reason

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Luke Smith 30 August 1990 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Science 2012 Olympics Games Harder I work, luckier I get

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Max Staples 27 July 1994 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Human Biology

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Grigory Sukochev 18 February 1998 ACT Australian National University Bachelor of Science 2012 Olympic Games

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VOLLEYBALL Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Sam Walker 19 February 1995 ACT University of Canberra Bachelor of Psychology WATERPOLO - MEN

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: National teams:

Andrei Kovalenko 6 November WA Coach Athlete – 2000 Olympics Games, 1992 Olympics Games (for CIS, bronze)

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Michael Quinsee 18 November WA Team Manager

Name: State: Position:

Andrew Carney ACT Referee

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Chris Dyson 19 July 1990 NSW Left Driver/Wing University of Technology, Sydney Bachelor of Human Movement WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

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WATERPOLO - MEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Blake Edwards 14 February 1992 VIC Driver Deakin University Bachelor of Commerce 2009, 2011 Junior World Championships Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn't work hard

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : National Teams:

James Fannon 28 March 1991 WA Right Handed Driver Curtin University Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) 2009, 2011 Junior World Championships

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : Motto:

Andrew Ford 21 April 1995 WA Driver The University of Western Australia Bachelor of Engineering Science Do your best

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course :

George Ford 24 February 1993 WA Centre Back/Driver The University of Western Australia Bachelor of Science Majoring in Anatomy and Human Biology Junior World Championships

National Teams:

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course :

Nick Godfrey 22 October 1992 QLD Centre Forward Griffith University Bachelor of Business Management Majoring in Property/Real Estate

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WATERPOLO - MEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course: Motto:

Matt Hannan 1 July 1993 NSW Driver Kaplan Professional Institute Diploma in Financial Planning You win some, lose some and wreck some

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : Motto:

Nicholas Hughes 23 July 1994 WA Right Handed Driver The University of Western Australia Bachelor of Commerce Pain is just weakness leaving the body

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : Motto:

Nick Redbond 8 July 1992 WA Utility Challenger Institute of Technology Diploma of accounting Never give up

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Paul Sindone 29 June 1993 NSW Right Handed Driver University of Sydney Combined degree in Commerce Law 2009, 2011 Junior World Championships

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Edward Slade 28 March 1991 WA Goal Keeper The University of Western Australia Bachelor of Arts 2009, 2011 Junior World Championships

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WATERPOLO - MEN Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course :

Frazer Smith 20 April 1995 WA Centre Forward The University of Western Australia Bachelor of Arts

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Justin Trabinger 12 October 1994 NSW Centre Back Fitness Institute Australia Diploma of Fitness 2012 World Youth Championships If you want to be the best you have to beat the Best WATERPOLO - WOMEN

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams: Past AUS teams: Motto:

Aleksandr Osadchuk 19 February QLD Coach Diploma of Coaching (Human Movement) Athlete - 2004 Olympic Games, 2003 World Championships Head Coach – 2009 Belgrade I cannot accept not trying. Just do it

Name: Date of birth: State: Position: Qualifications: National teams: Motto:

Melissa Rippon 20 January 1981 QLD Team Manager Bachelor of Health Science Athlete – 3 x Olympian, 2008 & 2012(bronze) Find your passion and enjoy what you do.

Name: Date of birth: State: Position:

Gabor Boros 18 June WA Referee

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WATERPOLO - WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Elle Armit 20 August 1991 QLD Queensland University of Technology Exercise and Movement Science/Education Never give up

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Emily Benson 2 January 1993 QLD The University of Queensland Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Science The hard work will pay off

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Elisha Browne 14 September 1992 WA Notre Dame University Bachelor of Nursing

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Pascalle Casey 13 February 1995 NSW Macquarie University Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Health (Psychology)

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course :

Madeline Coburn 19 February 1992 QLD Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Laws

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WATERPOLO - WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Motto:

Bronte Colenso 27 January 1993 QLD The University of Queensland Bachelor of Education Take in everything from everyone

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Olivia King 8 July 1992 QLD Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Business (Majors in Public Relations and Marketing) 2011 Junior World Championships Confidence and Positive

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams:

Jessica Martin 4 May 1990 SA University of South Australia Double Bachelor of Law & International Relations WUSG 2011 Shenzhen

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams:

Ainsley Masek 20 January 1994 QLD Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Business/ Bachelor of Law Junior World Championship

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Serena Reid 16 February 1992 NSW Macquarie University Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Law 2009 Junior World Championships Don’t worry, be happy

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WATERPOLO - WOMEN Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : Past AUS teams: Motto:

Victoria Risby 28 June 1989 SA Flinders University Masters of Education WUSG 2011 Shenzhen Never take your eye off the ball

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course : National Teams: Motto:

Maddison Schmid 1 November 1994 NSW The University of Sydney Bachelor of Commerce 2011, 2012 Junior World Championships Live and let die

Name: Date of birth: State: Institution: Course:

Belinda Symons 6 July 1994 SA University of South Australia Bachelor of Media Arts

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ATHLETES BY UNIVERSITY Australian Catholic University Amanda Holt Sport Shooting Keiran Qaium Swimming Madison Wilson Swimming

Beau Graham Aaron Murphy Darcy Taylor Jessica Walker

Australian National University Justin James Swimming Nicole Mee Swimming Jessica Penney Athletics Grigory Sukochev Volleyball Benjamin Treffers Swimming

Kaplan Professional Institute Matt Hannan Water Polo

Box Hill Institute of TAFE Emma Langford Basketball

Launceston Polytechnic Lauren Mansfield Basketball

CATC Design School Ryan Napoleon

Macquarie University Pascalle Casey Nick Dawe Jacqui Green Serena Reid

Water polo Canoe Sprint Canoe Sprint Water polo

Monash University Alison Bai Diana Sher Redmond Matthews Ann-Louise Slee

Tennis Fencing Rowing Badminton

Swimming

Challenger Institute of Technology Nick Redbond Water polo Charles Darwin University Tess Madgen Basketball Curtin University James Fannon

Water polo

Deakin University Shane Asbury Holly Brettle Alexander Carew Virginia Carlton Blake Edwards Alice Kunek Kim Mulhall

Swimming Swimming Athletics Canoe Sprint Water polo Basketball Athletics

Edith Cowan University Brianna Beahan Athletics Fitness Institute Australia Justin Trabinger Water polo Daniel Arnamnart Swimming Flinders University Victoria Risby Russell MOORE Luke Higgins Jonathon Schubert William Jenkins Griffith University Andrew Abood Nick Godfrey Katie Goldman

Water polo Beach Volleyball Sport Shooting Table Tennis Judo

La Trobe University Saran O’Connor Samuel Sheppard

Volleyball Canoe Sprint Diving Swimming

Beach Volleyball Swimming

Murdoch Shannon McCann Athletics Sutherlan Scudds Fencing Notre Dame University Elisha Brownes Water polo Queensland University Elle Armit Madeline Coburn Olivia King Sam Liao Ainsley Masek Leah Neale Joshua Richardson

of Technology Waterpolo Waterpolo Waterpolo Fencing Waterpolo Swimming Swimming

RMIT University Esther Qin Catherine Skinner

Diving Sport Shooting

Saint Louis Bilicins Cody Ellis Sarina Russo Institute Jayden Hadler Swimming

Swimming Waterpolo Swimming

Swimburne University of Technology Jessica Houghton Beach Volleyball

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ATHLETES BY UNIVERSITY TAFE NSW Natalie Burton

Basketball

TAFE South Australia Jason Cadee Samantha Mills

Basketball Diving

The University of Adelaide Michael Dzodzos Fencing Hamish Moore Beach Volleyball Samuel Volker Rowing The University of Melbourne Luke Chong Badminton Barak Mizrachi Table Tennis Tim Nguyen Table Tennis Sam Thompson Tennis The University of New England Melissa Mitchell Swimming The University of New South Wales Keller Locke Sodhi Judo Natalie Molen Grigull Fencing Jacob Tsgaris Canoe Sprint Mackenzie Labine-Romain Canoe Sprint The University of Queensland Emily Benson Water polo Nik Bojic Athletics Bronte Colenso Water polo Tom Gamble Athletics BrittanyMcGowan Athletics Danielle Prince Gymnastics Caitlin Sargent Athletics Aisling Scott Swimming Amy Smith Swimming Hannah Thek Diving The University of Sydney Elena Kwok Badminton Ian Dewhurst Athletics Matthew Donald Fencing John Downes Fencing Katie Rae Ebzery Basketball Nicholas Hough Athletics Alix Kennedy Athletics Chameka Madurawe Badminton James Nipperess Athletics Honesto III Reyes Buendia Badminton Maddison Schmid Water polo Paul Sindone Water polo Enid Sung Gymnastics Hayley White Swimming

The University Western Australia Zak Leonhard Fencing James Lewis Fencing Holly Barratt Swimming George Ford Water polo Andrew Ford Water polo Nick Hughes Water polo Edward Slade Water polo Frazer Smith Water polo Tropical North Queensland TAFE Cayla Francis Basketball Clinton Steindl Basketball University of Canberra Ben Bell Sara Blicavs Max Ireland Tessa Lavey Alexander McMullin Brad Millers Christopher Morrow Zak Leonhard James Lewis Luke Perry Luke Smith Max Staples Rachel Tallent Marianna Tolo Sam Walker

Volleyball Basketball Swimming Basketball Volleyball Volleyball Volleyball Fencing Fencing Volleyball Volleyball Volleyball Athletics Basketball Volleyball

University of Newcastle Matt Lynch Athletics Sophie Stanwell Athletics University of South Australia Jocelyn Burnett Diving Olivia Thompson Basketball Leah Cutting Swimming Jessica Martin Water polo Belinda Symons Water polo University of Southern Queensland Jacob Guymer Volleyball George O'Brien Swimming University of Tasmania Stephanie Stigwood Athletics University of Technology, Sydney Cheryl Chan Fencing Chris Dyson Waterpolo Talissa Taurins Canoe Sprint

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ATHLETES BY UNIVERSITY University of the Sunshine Coast Charlie Copeland Canoe Sprint

Valparaiso University Ryan Broekhoff

Basketball

University of Winnipeg Thomas Douglas-Powell

Victoria University Stephanie Cumming Alwyn Jones Ellen Pettitt

Basketball Athletics Athletics

Volleyball

University of Wisconsin Daniel Lester Swimming

ATHLETES BY STATE Australian Capital Territory Athletics Jessica Penney Athletics Rachel Tallent Swimming Max Ireland Swimming Justin James Swimming Benjamin Treffers Swimming Madison Wilson Volleyball Ben Bell Volleyball Alexander McMullin Volleyball Brad Miller Volleyball Christopher Morrow Volleyball Luke Perry Volleyball Luke Smith Volleyball Max Staples Volleyball Grigory Sukochev Volleyball Sam Walker Basketball Sara Blicavs Basketball Tessa Lavey Basketball Marianna Tolo New South Wales Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Badminton Badminton Badminton Canoe Sprint Canoe Sprint Canoe Sprint

Ian Dewhurst Nicholas Hough Alix Kennedy Matt Lynch James Nipperess Sophie Stanwell Elena Kwok Chameka Madurawe Honesto Buendia Nick Dawe Jacqui Green Mackenzie LabineRomain Canoe Sprint Talissa Taurins Canoe Sprint Jacob Tsgaris Diving Esther Qin Fencing CherylChan Fencing Matthew Donald Fencing John Downes Fencing Natalie Molen Grigull Judo Keller Locke Sodhi Rhythmic Gymnastics Enid Sung

Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Water polo Water polo Water polo Water polo Water polo Water polo Water polo Basketball Basketball

Daniel Arnamnart Jayden Hadler Melissa Mitchell Keiran Qaium Hayley White Pascalle Casey Chris Dyson Matt Hannan Serena Reid Maddison Schmid Paul Sindone Justin Trabinger Katie Rae Ebzery Burton Natalie

Northern Territory Basketball

Tess Madgen

Queensland Athletics Nik Bojic Athletics Tom Gamble Athletics Brittany McGowan Athletics Caitlin Sargent Canoe Sprint Charlie Copeland Canoe Sprint Aaron Murphy Diving DarcyTaylor Diving Hannah Thek Fencing Sam Liao Rhythmic Gymnastics Danielle Prince Sport Shooting Catherine Skinner Swimming Amy Smith Swimming Andrew Abood Swimming Katie Goldman Swimming Daniel Lester Swimming Nicole Mee Swimming Ryan Napoleon Swimming Leah Neale Swimming George O'Brien Swimming Joshua Richardson Swimming Aisling Scott Swimming Jessica Walker Volleyball Beau GRAHAM Volleyball Jacob GUYMER

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Queensland Waterpolo Waterpolo Waterpolo Waterpolo Waterpolo Water polo Water polo Basketball

Elle Armit Emily Benson Madeline Coburn Bronte Colenso Nick Godfrey Olivia King Ainsley Masek Cayla Francis

Tasmania Athletics Basketball

Stephanie Stigwood Lauren Mansfield

Victoria Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Badminton Badminton Beach Volleyball Beach Volleyball Canoe Sprint Fencing Rowing Sport Shooting Swimming

Alexander Carew Alwyn Jones Kim Mulhall Ellen Pettitt Luke Chong Ann-Louise Slee Jessica HOUGHTON Saran O’CONNOR Virginia Carlton Diana Sher Redmond Matthews Amanda Holt Shane Asbury

Victoria Swimming Swimming Table Tennis Table Tennis Tennis Tennis Water polo Basketball Basketball Basketball Western Australia Athletics Athletics Fencing Fencing Fencing Swimming Volleyball Water Water Water Water Water Water Water Water

polo polo polo polo polo polo polo polo

Holly Brettle Samuel Sheppard Barak Mizrachi Tim Nguyen Alison Bai Sam Thompson Blake Edwards Stephanie Cumming Alice Kunek Emma Langford BriannaBeahan ShannonMcCann Zak Leonhard James Lewis Sutherlan Scudds Holly Barratt Thomas DouglasPowell Elisha Brownes James Fannon George Ford Andrew Ford Nick Hughes Nick Redbond Edward Slade Frazer Smith

2015 SUMMER UNIVERSIADE The 28th Summer Universiade in 2015 has been attributed to the city of Gwangju, South Korea. This is the second time that Russia has hosted a Universiade. Gwangju is located 270 km south of the South Korea’s capital of Seoul and has a population of close to 1.5 million Dates: 3 – 14 July 2015 Compulsory sports: Athletics, Basketball, Fencing, Football, Artistic Gymnastics, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Judo, Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Table Tennis, Tennis and Volleyball Host-selected sports: Badminton, Beach Volleyball, Boxing, Chess, Field hockey, Kayak/Canoe Racing, Rowing, Rugby, Sambo, Shooting, Synchronised Swimming Weightlifting, and Wrestling

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2013 Australian Uniroos Team Guide