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Issue 17 - Tuesday 15 December, 2009                                                             www.sport.monash.edu/news




Time flies when you are having fun!!
Martin Doulton, Director of Sport
I can’t believe that this is the last Back Page for the Year? It seems like only yesterday we were cranking up for the Portsea Swim Classic in
January! Obviously time flies when you are having fun! In watching how the draft copies were coming together for this last edition of 2009 I
now know why the sports crew energy levels seem to be a little lower than normal at this point in the year. Looking back through this Year in
Review it has obviously been a massive year for Sport at Monash!

What is also clear is that during 2009 Monash University had more people being physically active through Sport and Active Recreation than
ever before. By the University Campus closedown date of 22 December 2009 something like 137,000 individuals across all eight campuses
will have participated in excess of 2.4 million times in the many various and varied Monash University (Sport) auspiced activities and programs
including anything from sports club competitions, Group Fitness classes, Community Fitness Events, swim programs and wellbeing activities
such as the Monash University 10,000 Steps challenge.

If I was asked for a couple of highlights for the year one would have to be the success of winning Back to Back Australian University Games
titles on the Gold Coast. It wasn’t as much the winning – although victory over our closet rivals by the tightest of margins is always sweet
but it was the way in which our students pride in wearing the light Blue was reflected in their commitment to the Spartan Code and the
TeamMONASHTM vibe.

Being unique to Monash University, the take up of the TeamMONASHTM experience went well beyond participation in the Community Fitness
Events but also came to the fore in the ‘U-Nite’ experiences where our students, staff, alumni and their families came together in large
numbers to support our partner organizations such as A-League champions Melbourne Victory and the emerging AFL Powerhouse the
mighty Blues of Carlton FC at a number of unique game time experiences across Melbourne’s iconic sporting facilities like the MCG.

All of these successes that you have read about this year have not come about easily but are the results of highly professional and committed
staff across all areas of the University and our partners to create an environment that encourages its community to interact and socialize in the
way that is quite special to a University!

2010 is shaping up to be a bigger year for Sport at Monash with the building blocks of 2009 a great platform to move forward from. However
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your friendship, fellowship and support during 2009, and hope that you will be able to
get some recreation and recharged batteries over the festive season and a desire to continue to interact closely in doing great things in 2010.


From the Editor
Lloyd Gordon, Media Assistant
Welcome to the 17th and last edition for the year of The Back
Page! This time around we have spent a little extra time hand
picking the stories that meant the most to us here at Sport for
2009, if you are interested there are many more on our website!

I must thank our Media Intern, Miles Rodriquez for assisting me
in collating all the information from throughout the year, a big job
indeed!

We hope you enjoy the sporting year in review for 2009, so for
now take some time out and enjoy sport...

As always please send any feedback, results or articles you wish
to contribute to: feedback@sport.monash.edu.au                          The unanimous decision for ‘photo of the year’ - The Monash
                                                                        University Beach Volleyball Team at the 2009 Australian University
                                                                        Games on the Gold Coast.
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January                                                                                         February
Sat 10 - The Monash University Swimming                                                         Sun 8 - The inaugural Tennis Day was held
Club (MUSC) won two gold medals, five                                                           at Monash Sport Clayton on Sunday 8
silver and six bronze at the Victorian Age                                                      February to make the Monash community
Swimming Championships.                                                                         more aware of the tennis facilities of the
                                                                                                University.
Sat 10 - Two Monash University Swimming
Club members finished in the top three                                                          Thu 12 - The Monash University Swim Club
places in their respective categories in the                                                    hosted a ‘swimathon’ to raise money for the
4300 strong field at the 29th Annual Lorne                                                      Red Cross Victorian Bushfire Appeal. Teams
Pier to Pub.                                                                                    from various Victorian swim clubs donated
                                                                                                their $400 entry fee towards the cause.
Sat 17 - Monash University Swimming Club
swimmer Alex Harris took a personal haul of                                                     Mon 16 - Southwood Boys Grammar tested
four individual medals at the Victorian Open                                                    Monash University’s newly opened High
Championships with 15 year old Matthew                                                          Performance Sports Centre. The school was
Silcocks winning bronze in the 100m                                                             the first to experience the Student Health
backstroke and Tay Zimmer finishing third in    A student from Southwood Boys Grammar           & Education Program to identify talent as
the 200m backstroke. These performances                                                         developed by Monash Sport.
lead MUSC to a fourth place finish overall.
                                                                                                Fri 20 - Monash Sport greeted over 400
                                                                                                new first year Monash University students
                                                                                                from all over Victoria for the annual Fun
                                                                                                Day event. The group fitness warm up
                                                                                                was an impressive sight, with the 400 plus
                                                                                                participants all enjoying the BodyCombat
                                                                                                and Hip Hop classes. From here the new
                                                                                                students split into groups and participated
                                                                                                in sporting and team building activities
                                                                                                including human tangle, tarp games,
MUSC swimmers                                   Fun Day 2009                                    volleyball, AFL football, futsal and tunnel-ball.

March                                                                                           Fri 27 - Monash Sport organised Beach
                                                                                                Day 2009 as part of Orientation Week with
                                                                                                500 students from Caulfield and Peninsula
Tue 3 - Monash Sport put their full support behind Tennis Australia’s kid’s starter program
                                                                                                attending Mordialloc beach for some fun and
known as ‘Tennis Hot Shots’. The program now runs at the Caulfield and Clayton campuses
                                                                                                games.
every day of the week.

Thu 5 - The Monash Badminton Club won all four available gold medals in the Australian
Masters Games held in Geelong.

Tue 10 - Monash University student and TeamMONASH™ sponsored triathlete Jamie
Huggett was named the 2009 2XU Australian Junior Triathlete of the Year.

Fri 13 - Two Monash cycling teams took part in Future Spark as part of Monash
Sustainability Month. The month climaxed with the electricity generating competition to
power Melbourne’s Earth Hour concert at Federation Square.

Tue 17 - Monash University Director of Basketball, Dale Waters was selected as the Head
Coach of the Australian Women’s Basketball Under 19 team to compete at the 2011 FIBA
U19 World Championships.

Wed 18 - Monash University’s Director of Cricket, and former Australian Test Captain Graham
Yallop initiated a ground breaking development in the sport of Cricket with the launch of the
Monash University Cricket School at the Monash University High Performance Sports Centre.

Thu 19 - Badminton Australia included five Monash students in its squad to train for Dehli
2010 and London 2012. These inculde: Ann-Louise Slee, Kelvin Yuen, Saliya Gunaratne,
Jason Tan, and Brendan Chu.
                                                                                                Dale Waters



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April
Thu 9 - Monash University Peninsula Campus was privileged enough to hold
the Trim and Fitness in Sport for All (TAFISA) certified ‘Leadership in Sport for All’
course. Director of Sport at Monash University Martin Doulton welcomed delegates
from 12 countries to the first TAFISA course held in the Oceania region.

Fri 17 - A team of 55 Monash students travelled to New Zealand’s North Island to
compete in the New Zealand University Games. All competing teams had mixed
results over the course of the tournament with the Women’s hockey team giving
the most consistent performances. After a very long three days of competition (and
driving) the team returned to Melbourne with two golds and one silver. All athletes
competed extremely well the whole week and Men’s Basketball and Men’s Hockey
will have a point to prove in 2010.
                                                                                         The women’s basketball team in New Zealand
Sun 19 - The second series of FOX8’s reality TV show Football Superstar was
filmed at Monash University Clayton. A range of Monash Clayton’s sporting fields
and facilities were used in the filming. The winner of the series Luke Pilkington        May
received a one-year playing contract with Melbourne Victory plus a sports bursary
for academic fees and accommodation from Monash University.                              Tue 19 - Monash University Vice Chancellor,
                                                                                         Professor Richard Larkins was elected unopposed as
Fri 24 - Monash University will welcome an Australian basketball representative          the new President of Australian University Sport (AUS)
next year. After two years at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), Stephanie         while Director of Monash Sport, Martin Doulton was
Cumming is moving back to Melbourne to play with the Dandenong Jayco Rangers             also elected to the board at the 2009 AUS Annual
while completing her Bachelor of Education degree at Monash and participating in         General Meeting.
the University’s women’s basketball program.
                                                                                         Thu 28 - Monash Sport Swim School received the
Wed 29 - The annual Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) Awards Night showed off           Swim Australia Outstanding Community Service
Monash’s sporting expertise with Australian Table Tennis player David Zalcberg           award at the Australian Swim Coaches and Teachers
winning The William Angliss (ACE) Award while Monash Sport Bursary holder Jamie          National Conference for their support of remote
Huggett won a coaches award for the Sport of Triathlon.                                  communities in Northern Queensland




                                                                                         Alison Neil, Christie Briggs and Ariane Tebb with the
Jamie Huggett                                     Stephanie Cumming                      Outstanding Community Service Award


June
Sat 13 - Monash University hosted over 200 students at its Clayton sports facilities,
for the third Annual University Pathways Cup which was won by Swinburne
College.

Sun 14 - In Badminton, the Monash Blues won gold at the 2009 Victorian State
Pennant competition. The Blues were victorious against defending Champions the
Badminton Academy of Victoria in the final.

Thu 18 - Autistic Monash Sport Fitness Centre member, Dane Waites competed in
the 96km Kokoda Challenge through the Gold Coast Hinterland with Team Smiling.
The event aimed to raise money to identify young Australians at a crossroads in
their life and to help provide support to help them reach their potential                Dane Waites before his 96km challenge



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TeamMONASHTM                                                          July
2009 was a year of successes for                                      Wed 1 - Eight Monash athletes competed
TeamMONASHTM, with many smiling faces                                 in Belgrade, Serbia in various sports
and many award winning teams.                                         representing Australia at the 2009 World
                                                                      University Games.
Jan 17 - TeamMONASHTM competed
in its sixth Portsea Swim Classic with                                Fri 3 - After Indonesia won the ICC
Michael Dehaini finishing second in the                               (International Cricket Council) Global and
junior category, then finished third in the                           Regional Development Award for the past
open male division. Jessica Banks finished                            two years, Director of Cricket at Monash
second in the junior female division.                                 University and ex Australian Cricket Captain
                                                                      Graham Yallop went on a tour of some of
May 10 - 1,000 TeamMONASH™                                            Indonesia’s finest cricketing facilities and to
walkers and runners participated in the        Portsea Swim Classic   oversee the Indonesian Under 15 National
2009 Mother’s Day Classic. With the sun                               Cricket Championships.
shining and great weather conditions,
TeamMONASH™ stood out in the crowd                                    Sun 5 - Monash fielded six teams in the
with their vibrant purple uniforms. A                                 Southern University Games. The Men’s
dedicated team of volunteers assisted on                              badminton team won Gold over Melbourne
the day cheering on the team, providing                               University.
support services and face painting.
                                                                      Sun 12 - Thousands of people, including
June 28 - This year’s Monash Games                                    many representatives from the Monash
raised almost $4000 in conjunction with                               community joined a ‘harmony walk’ through
Westpac Bank for the Salvation Army in                                the streets of Melbourne aimed at reaffirming
support of the bushfire victims from the                              Victoria’s support for multiculturalism and to
Gippsland region.                                                     send a strong message of Australia being a
                                                                      safe destination for international students.
July 26 - 500 TeamMONASHTM members
participated in the annual ‘Walk the Talk’                            Wed 15 - Over 11 days, 42 students
through the streets of Johannesburg,                                  enjoyed the annual Red Centre Tour - run
South Africa. There was no doubt that          Mothers Day Classic    by Monash Sport highlights included natural
TeamMONASH™ was the loudest, most                                     wonders such as the Kings Canyon, Kata
vibrant, excited group at the event.                                  Tjuta (The Olgas), West McDonnell Ranges
                                                                      and Uluru
Oct 11 - The Melbourne Marathon
provided TeamMONASH™ with yet another                                 Thu 23 - The Victorian Intervarsity Alpine
opportunity to shine, demonstrating its                               Championships were held again at Mt.
dominance with 500 participants, earning                              Buller over four days. Monash University,
Monash University the largest University                              who hadn’t won since 2005, won the
team title for the second year in a row.                              Championship outright.

Oct 18 - In its sixth year as a competing                             Fri 31 - Monash University student Brenton
team, 465 TeamMONASH™ riders rose to                                  Rickard became the first Australian in 45
the challenge of riding ‘Around the Bay in                            years to win a breaststroke Gold medal in
a Day’, taking out the prestigious award for                          a major competition. Rickard completed a
largest represented University for the third                          Bachelor of Science in 2006 at Monash and
year in a row.                                                        continues to study online at the University.
                                               Walk the Talk
Dec 6 - A total of 50,000 runners took to
the Singapore streets on an early Sunday
morning for the eighth Standard Chartered
Singapore Marathon. The 200 plus strong
TeamMONASH™ contingent stood out as
always in their bright purple uniforms.

TeamMONASHTM will be looking forward to
another action packed year in 2010, full of
fitness, fun, friends and family!

                                               Melbourne Marathon     Students on the Red Centre tour



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Australian University Games
In 2009 TeamMONASHTM successfully defended their title as Australian
University Games (AUG) Overall Sporting Champion, and are now on the
road to a hat-trick in 2010. The title was decided by just two points in the
end, Monash accumulating 1050 points to Melbourne University’s 1048
over the course of the five days.

Carolyn Kenny, Athlete Support Coordinator said “every point does
count, a great team performance from Monash we are ecstatic with the
result!”

The week long event was well contested by all, however Monash proved
to be a dominant force claiming overall victory in many sports, including
Women’s Basketball, Kendo Kyu, Women’s Netball, Taekwondo,
                                                                               The Monash University team celebrate their proudly gained
Women’s Tennis, and for the first time in AUG history, Swimming.
                                                                               new silverwear at the Gold Coast
Monash claimed overall Silver in another three sports, and overall Bronze
in a further eight sports.                                                     August
AUG 2009 was filled with brilliant performances from both individuals and
                                                                               Sat 1 - Chinese Volleyball players from Tianjin University
teams in a wide range of sports. Monash students from all campuses
                                                                               came to Melbourne and were hosted by Monash. The team
supported the victory with Monash South Africa student Ozario Cremona
                                                                               ran through an elite level sport testing procedure based at
completing the international contingent, and Dale Stevenson breaking a
                                                                               Monash University’s High Performance Sport Centre as well
ten year old Shot Put record.
                                                                               as competing against both Monash and Melbourne volleyball
                                                                               teams.
It was an overall team effort from TeamMONASHTM, with all athletes
proudly adhering to the Spartan code, as developed by the athletes prior
                                                                               Sun 2 - In the lead up to AUG, Monash lost overall to
to the games.
                                                                               Melbourne Uni in the annual Monash vs. Melbourne Challenge.
In addition, over 30 Monash University student athletes were selected by
                                                                               Fri 5 - 200 International Monash were treated to a football clinic
the governing body, AUS as ‘best in their sport’ and have been named in
                                                                               run by a group of Carlton Football players and taught them the
Green and Gold teams thus far.
                                                                               importance of living an eco-friendly student life.
Monash Sport Director Martin Doulton said AUG 2009 was filled with
                                                                               Wed 12 - Although the Men’s AUG basketball team hadn’t yet
brilliant performances from both individuals and teams.
                                                                               started training for the competition, most of its members were
                                                                               still playing in semi-professional leagues.
“Monash students from all campuses were integral to the victory,” Mr
Doulton said. “To add to the victory, more than 30 Monash students were
                                                                               Tue 18 - Melbourne Victory Soccer Club announced that it
selected by the games’ governing body Australian University Sport as
                                                                               would tighten its relationship with Monash Uni and use the
best in their sport and elevated to the Green and Gold team for 2009.”
                                                                               University’s ovals as training pitches for the remainder of the
                                                                               year.
This year’s Australian University Games featured a record number of
competitors. Monash, which has won the event three times, had this
                                                                               Thu 20 - After improving their finishing place at each AUG in the
year’s biggest team with 448 participants.
                                                                               last two years, the Women’s water polo team was very keen to
                                                                               finish in the top three at AUG 2009.




Part of the succesfull swim team with            Dale Stevenson breaks         Students from Tianjin University with some new friends made
Laurie Lawrence                                  the shot put record           at the Carlton football clinic


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September
Thu 3 - Two Monash University students, Amy Steel and Joh Curran were called up to the
Australian Senior Netball Team, the Diamonds.

Thu 3 - Monash University won the Spirit of the Mountain Award at this year’s Australian
University Snow Sports Championships held at Thredbo National Park, NSW, with the
Monash women’s team finishing in second place!

Wed 9 - The Monash University Rugby Club produced two new female stars of the future:
Ann Cooper was named female player of the year by the Victorian Rugby Union and Natalie
Reid was selected in the national side, the Wallaroos, to play next year’s World Cup in
London.

Wed 23 - A new software-based post-match analytical tool developed by Monash University
engineers in collaboration with the Malaysian National Sports Institute may could help
Australia’s badminton players win gold at the 2012 London Olympics.

Wed 30 - Monash University Arts student and marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel made
history by becoming the 62nd Australian ever to swim the English Channel.                    Amy Steel at the AIS

October
Wed 7 - Monash Sport introduced a new
class into its fitness program directly aimed at
disabled members. The classes provide low
impact weight movements, cardio work outs
and a relaxation program, which has seen an
increase in participant’s fitness, health and
wellbeing.

Thu 8 - The Honourable James Merlino,
Minister for Sport, Recreation and Youth Affairs
opened Triathlon Victoria’s new offices at
Monash University Peninsula campus.

Fri 9 - 400 Monash students from a number
of different backgrounds and cultures were
in attendance for the U-Nite match between
Melbourne Victory and Sydney F.C. which
was hosted by the Multicultural commission of
Victoria Etihad stadium.                           Students at the the Melbourne Victory U-Nite match against Sydney FC

Mon 12 - The Socceroos and Oman used The
Monash University sporting fields at Clayton in
preparation for their Asian Cup Qualifier on 14
October.

Wed 14 - Monash University announced that it
would support the Connecting With Indigenous
Communities Foundation (CWIC) at this year’s
Sport Awards.

Fri 23 - Monash Sport was honoured for its
commitment to exceptional customer service,
being awarded the national Customer Service
Institute of Australia’s 2009 ‘Not-for profit
Australian Service Excellence Award’. The
CSIA awards recognise, promote and reward
excellence, professionalism, outstanding
achievement and innovation in customer
service.
                                                   The Socceroos train at Monash University Clayton campus


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November
Fri 13 - Brenton Rickard, who completed a
science degree at Monash in 2006 took out
the prestigious Athlete of the Year award at
the 2009 AIS sport awards, while current
Monash commerce student Amy Steel won
the Junior athlete of the year award.

Sun 15 - the Hawthorn Monash University
Cricket Club hosted a ‘Harmony Day’
Twenty20 cricket match against international
students from Monash University.

Thu 19 - The 46th annual Monash University
Sport Awards Dinner and Blues Presentation
were held at Monash University’s Clayton
campus to celebrate the 2009 sporting
achievements of Monash University. Almost
40 students were given the University’s
highest sporting honour, a Full or Half Blue,
at the Blues Awards Presentation that
                                                 Martin Doulton inducts Chris Dane into the         Brenton Rickard, the 2009 AIS Athlete of the
kicked off the night, and then at the Sport
Awards Dinner that followed, a number of         Monash University Sport Hall of Fame               Year
other wonderful sporting achievements were
recognised.                                      December
Fri 27 - After playing in an AFL Grand Final     Wed 9 - Victorian Netball League powerhouse Monash
earlier this year for St Kilda, Monash student   University Central brought 40-50 Year 9 students, every
Luke Ball has changed clubs and will next        Monday from different schools, to Monash University for a
year call Collingwood home.                      two-hour netball training program bringing together many
                                                 different cultures to share sport as an experience.
Mon 30 - Richmond have been in pre                                                                                  Monash Central clinic
season training at Monash University, and        Thu 10 - After round two of the recent Australian PGA
have been stepping it up a notch on the          Championship in Coolum, Monash University graduate
track and in the pool at Monash University’s     Matthew Griffin led the field of world class golfers, including
Clayton campus.                                  the eventual winner, Robert Allenby.

                                                 Thu 10 - In the recently published ‘Melbourne Magazine’
                                                 (The Age) Monash University physiologist Professor Michael
                                                 Cowley has been named in Melbourne’s 100 most influential
                                                 people of 2009. Professor Cowley invented and helped to
                                                 develop the drug, Contrave, that could reduce weight and
                                                 improve people’s health including lowering the risk of Type 2
                                                 diabetes.

                                                 Fri 11 - Monash student Dale Stevenson has catapulted
                                                 his name amongst Australia’s best throwers and in the
                                                 process registered a Commonwealth Games A-qualifying
                                                 performance, striking career best form with the shot put.

                                                 Sun 13 - Monash Motorsport have won the 2009 Formula
                                                                                                                    Mathew Griffin at the
                                                 SAE Australasian Championships over the weekend. After a           Australian PGA in Coolum
                                                 few years ‘knocking on the door’ Monash finally claimed the
                                                 title in challenging conditions.

                                                 Sun 13 - The Monash Sport Swim School carnival was held
                                                 which received some great feedback from parents of the
                                                 children involved, one mum teared up when her son won his
                                                 race! Another child even beat our swim school Coordinator
                                                 Ariane Tebb in a kick-board race. The supportive atmosphere
                                                 was great with all students getting ribbons in every race and
Dale Stevenson at World Uni Games                staff on pool deck cheering on and giving advice.                  Monash Motorsport


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Super Sports Quiz!                                 Christmas Ideas!                                Christmas/New
For 1 Point                                        Monash Sport is now proud to offer an           Year Operating
1 Who won the 2009 NRL premiership?
2 Who lost the 2009 AFL premiership?
                                                   online retail store! You will find the latest
                                                   TeamMONASH™ branded items for sale.             hours
3 Who won the 2009 Brownlow Medal?                 Including t-shirts, polos, bags, towels and
4 Who recently took a well publicised hiatus       even golf balls!                                Members and customers please be
from professional golf?                                                                            aware that all Monash Sport facilities and
5 Who will host the 2010 FIFA World Cup?           Our products are already selling like           services will be closed from Wednesday 23
                                                   hotcakes, be quick to snap up a bargain!        December, 2009 to Sunday 3 January, 2010
For 2 Points                                                                                       (inclusive), reopening Monday 4 January,
6 In July, which Australian won his first F1       www.sport.monash.edu/merchandise                2010.
Grand Prix?
7 Roger Federer won his 15th career grand                                                          This is consistent with the University policy
slam title, whos record did he surpass?                                                            for closure of other facilities and services on
8 Which soccer player broke the world                                                              campus.
record transfer fee in 2009?
9 Who was named the IAAF male athlete of
the year?
10 What Monash student will be playing for                                                         We wish you all
Collingwood in 2010 (pictured) ?
                                                                                                   a safe and happy
For 3 Points
11 Which ‘bad boy’ footballer showed a TV
camera ‘the bird’ and now trains at Monash
                                                                                                   holiday period,
University?
12 Which Australian won their third world title                                                    and all the best
in a row this year?
13 What international multi-sporting event                                                         in sport and
was held in Taipei this year?
14 Who won this year’s ‘Football Superstar’
TV series as filmed at Monash?
                                                                                                   everything for
15 How many times has Monash University
won the Australian University Games?                                                               2010.
Who Am I?

For 6 points
I was born on 19 October, 1983 in Brisbane
                                                                                                   Happy new year!
For 5 points
                                                  Question 10
My first international competition was
                                                                                                                          I am... Brenton Rickard
representing my country at the 2006
Commonwealth Games.
                                                   Like what you see?
                                                                                                                15 Three (1998, 2008, 2009)
                                                                                                                14 Luke Pilkington
For 4 points
                                                                                                                13 Deaflympics
I own Olympic, Commonwealth and World              Become a fan of Monash Sport on
                                                                                                                12 Stephanie Gilmore
Championship titles, and hold World and            Facebook!
                                                                                                                11 Ben Cousins
Commonwealth records.
                                                                                                                10 Luke Ball
                                                   With frequent updates from all that is
                                                                                                                9 Usain Bolt
For 3 point                                        happening in and around the Monash
                                                                                                                8 Cristiano Ronaldo - US$132m
I graduated from Monash University with a          sporting community, as well as fitness hints
                                                                                                                7 Pete Sampras
Science degree in 2006.                            and tips, our Facebook page is a must for
                                                                                                                6 Mark Webber
                                                   any sporting enthusiast.
                                                                                                                5 South Africa
For 2 points
                                                                                                                4 Tiger Woods
I was recently named the AIS athlete of the        Simply log on to Facebook and search for
                                                                                                                3 Gary Ablett Jr
year.                                              ‘Monash Sport’ using the search function.
                                                                                                                2 St Kilda Saints
                                                                                                                1 Melbourne Storm
For 1 point                                        Or go to:
I am B...?                                         www.sport.monash.edu/facebook                    Sports Quiz Answers


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