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Board Members

John Bertrand AO – Chair

John Bertrand AO is a businessman, international sportsman, and philanthropist. He has been Chair of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board since 2005.

He skippered the winged keel Australia II to victory over the US Defender Liberty to win the 1983 America’s Cup, breaking 132 years of American domination and in the process, breaking the longest-running record in the history of modern sport. The Confederation of Australian Sport voted the Australia II victory as the: Greatest team performance in 200 years of Australian sport. When Australia II crossed the finishing line (after coming from 3 races to 1 down), the nation celebrated as never before with the late Prime Minister Bob Hawke AC GCL summing it up, ”any boss who sacks anyone today for not turning up is a bum!”

A World champion and Olympic bronze medalist (Finn class, Montreal), Bertrand represented Australia in five America’s Cups and two Olympic Games.

In his business career, he successfully built companies in the marine industry, property development and digital media industries. He was co-founder and Chairman of Quokka Sports, a pioneering digital sports broadcast company based in Silicon Valley, San Francisco.

The America’s Cup winner, Olympic bronze medalist, and multiple world Etchell class sailing champion was inducted to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1985 and in 2013 was elevated to Legend of Australian Sport.

John has an Honorary Doctorate from Victoria University, is a Vice Chancellor Professorial Fellow at Monash University and holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Monash University and a Master of Science from MIT in Boston.

In 2016, Bertrand’s Order of Australia (AM) award was upgraded to Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in recognition for sporting administration, in particular swimming and sailing, children’s welfare, higher education and mentoring of young people.

Bertrand was President of Swimming Australia from 2013 until 2020 and continues to mentor young aspiring Olympians.

Achievements

  • 1969: Graduated Monash University with a Bachelor of Engineering
  • 1971: Graduated Boston MIT with a Master of Science
  • 1984: Made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
  • 1985: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 1993: Inducted into the America’s Cup Hall of Fame
  • 2000: Awarded the Australian Sports Medal
  • 2001: Awarded the Centenary Medal
  • 2004: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • 2005: Appointed as Chair of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • 2013: Awarded Honorary Doctorate, Victoria University
  • 2013: Elevated to Legend of Australian Sport
  • 2014: Made Monash University Vice Chancellor Professional Fellow
  • 2016: Upgraded to Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

Rob Bradley AM – Executive Member Director
Representative for Confederation of Australian Sport

Rob Bradley AM is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Confederation of Australian Sport (CAS), an organisation dedicated to promoting the importance of community sport and advocating the contribution that it makes to Australia from health, social and economic perspectives.

From 1996-2013 Bradley was CEO of the Royal Life Saving Society Australia leading drowning prevention advocacy, water safety public education and aquatic risk management. He was Chair of the Australian Water Safety Council from its inception in 1998 until 2013 where he worked to achieve a cooperative and coordinated approach to water safety involving government and water safety agencies. In 2012 the International Lifesaving Federation (ILS) made Bradley a Grand Knight in the Order of Life Saving, after he held numerous senior roles including President of the ILS Asia Pacific Region.

In addition to serving on the Board of CAS from 2009 he served as a Director of the Australian Amusement Leisure and Recreation Association (AALARA) for ten years from 2003.

CAS has previously released three research reports ‘Maximising the Potential of Australian Sport’, ‘Assessing the benefits of reducing physical inactivity by 15% by 2018’ and ‘Maintaining the membership of women in sport’  in order to gain greater understanding and support of sport as an effective weapon for preventative health.

Achievements

  • 1981: Graduated from Wollongong Institute of Education with a Diploma of Teaching
  • 1987: Graduated University of Canberra with a Bachelors in Sports Administration
  • 1988 – 1996: Manager of Rugby Division at Rugby Australia
  • 1996: Graduated Southern Cross University with a Masters in Business Administration
  • 1996: Appointed CEO of Australian Life Saving Society
  • 2003 – 2013: Board Member Australian Amusement Leisure and Recreation Association
  • 2009: Appointed President of Confederation of Australian Sport
  • 2013: Appointed President and CEO of Confederation of Australian Sport
  • 2015: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board

The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Capp – Independent Director

Sally Capp was elected Lord Mayor of Melbourne in May 2018 and was the first woman to be directly elected as Lord Mayor.

Capp was the first woman to hold the post of Agent-General for Victoria in the UK, Europe, and Israel. She has also served as the CEO for the Committee for Melbourne and Victorian Executive Director of the Property Council of Australia.

Capp began her career as a Solicitor, after completing Law (Honours) and Commerce degrees at the University of Melbourne. Sally has held senior roles at both KPMG and ANZ, and she took the small business she co-founded to the ASX.

A passionate Magpies supporter, in 2004 she made history as the first female board member of Collingwood Football Club and is involved in a number of charities, She currently sits on the Board of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, the Mary Jane Lewis Scholarship Foundation and the Melbourne University Faculty of Business and Economics.

Achievements

  • 1991: Graduated from University of Melbourne – BCOMM, LLB (Honours), Law and Economics
  • 2004: First female Board Member of the Collingwood Football Club
  • 2013: Appointed Non-Executive Director of Victorian Tourism Industry Council
  • 2013: Appointed as Trustee for Mary Jane Lewis Trust
  • 2013: Appointed Non-Executive Director of Rowing Australia
  • 2013: Appointed as an Advisory Council Member, The Global Foundation
  • 2014: Appointed Non-Executive Director of Commonwealth Business Council
  • 2014: Appointed Non-Executive Director, Faculty Business and Economics, Melbourne University
  • 2015: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • 2018: First woman to be elected Lord Mayor of Melbourne

Alisa Camplin-Warner AM – Athlete Member Director

Alisa Camplin-Warner AM won Australia’s first ever Winter Olympic Gold Medal in Freestyle Aerial Skiing, and is a respected leader in Australian business, sports administration, and corporate governance. She spent 16 years as a global executive with IBM from 1996-2012, leading teams across Sales, Delivery and Strategy/Transformation. Today, Alisa is a highly experienced Non- Executive Company Director, an in-demand keynote speaker and corporate consultant assisting organisations to achieve repeatable sustainable success through a focus on resilience, mindset and improved human performance.

Camplin-Warner is currently a Director of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia and the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Deputy Chef de Mission for the Australian 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic team, the ‘THINK Well’ Ambassador for AIA Insurance’s Vitality Program, the Collingwood Football Club’s Patron of Women’s Sport, and Co-founder of the charity project Finnan’s Gift. She is a purpose and values driven leader, known for her passion, integrity, analytical thinking, big ideas, operational excellence, and outcome orientated competitive nature.

Camplin-Warner has previously held the roles of Chair: Australian Sport Foundation 2010-2013, Deputy Chair/Director: Sport Australia (Australian Sports Commission) 2007-2018, Director: Collingwood Football Club 2009-2018, and was the Performance Manager for Australia’s 2018 Winter Olympic Team and Chef de Mission for Australian’s 2012 Youth Winter Olympic Team. Alisa holds a Bachelor of Information Technology, a Doctorate honoris causa from Edith Cowan University and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Alisa currently lives and works in Hong Kong with her young family.

Achievements

  • 2000: Awarded the Australian Sport Medal
  • 2003: Awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)
  • 2008: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 2019: Appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
  • 2021: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board

Belinda Clark AO – Athlete Member Director

Belinda Clark AO was a prolific, right-handed, opening batter who, across her career amassed 919 Test runs at an average of 45.90 and 4,844 One Day International (ODI) runs at 47.49. She was appointed Captain of the Australian Women’s Cricket Team in 1994 – at just 23 years old – which was a position she held for eleven years which included victorious ICC Women’s World Cup tournaments in 1997 and 2005. She holds the record for most matches as Captain of the Australian Team (101 games at a winning rate of 83%) and remains the only Australian in cricket history to score a double century in an ODI innings. In domestic competition, Clark won five Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) championships with New South Wales and two with Victoria.

Clark is widely considered a pioneer of women’s cricket and one of the greatest female players to play the game. She was the first woman to be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame, the second ever into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame, with her accomplishments on the field matched by her contribution of it through her efforts to grow the game as an administrator on the Executive at Cricket Australia and as a member of the ICC Women’s Committee.

Upon retirement, she became the first female head of the Bupa National Cricket Centre (formerly the Cricket Australia Centre of Excellence) overseeing the development of Australia’s best young male and female cricketers, then turned her attention to grassroots sport as Cricket Australia’s Executive General Manager, Community Cricket.

Clark has a degree in Applied Science (Physiotherapy), experience in sports administration across multiple roles and in 2015 attended the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.

Achievements

  • 1992: Graduated University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science, Physiotherapy
  • 1998: Wisden Australia Cricketer of the Year
  • 1998: Appointed Assistant Development Manager at Cricket New South Wales
  • 2000: Appointed CEO of Women’s Cricket Australia
  • 2000: Appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
  • 2005: Appointed as Senior Manager, team Performance at Cricket Australia
  • 2011: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 2011: Inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame
  • 2014: Inaugural female inductee to the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame
  • 2015: Graduated Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program
  • 2017: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • 2018: Appointed as Executive General Manager, Community Cricket at Cricket Australia
  • 2018: Appointed to Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship & Mentoring Program Selection Committee
  • 2018: Appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)
  • 2020: Founded The Leadership Program

Perry Crosswhite AM – General Member Director

Perry Crosswhite AM has made a significant contribution to sport in Australia, both as an athlete and as a sports administrator where he’s played a major role in devising, establishing and administering programs which supported the resurgence and sustained success of Australian sport over more than three decades. Throughout his career he has held senior sports positions with the Australian Olympic Committee, 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2006/2018 Melbourne Commonwealth Games organising bodies, State and Federal Governments, Sport Australia (formerly Australian Sports Commission) and Australian Institute of Sport.

A former American who naturalised in 1971, Crosswhite was brought to Australia to play basketball by SAHOF Member Lindsay Gaze OAM and began his career with the Melbourne Tigers and played with this team from 1969 to 1980, a period in which the team won numerous Victorian and National Club championships. In recognition of his playing record, he was inducted into the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame in 2016.

He represented his adopted country in Basketball at the Munich 1972, Montreal 1976, and Moscow 1980 Olympic Games and captained the Australian Team at the latter two. He played over 300 games for Australia between 1970-1980 and was a member of the Headquarters staff at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and from 1991-1993 and was part of the team which bid successfully for the 2000 Olympics.

Crosswhite joined the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) in 1995, initially as General Manager, before becoming the ACGA’s first CEO in 1999. In this position, and until his retirement in 2015, he was responsible for the funding, organisation and preparation of the Australian Teams which competed at the Commonwealth Games and Commonwealth Youth Games, as well as the many other programs and projects undertaken by the ACGA. Crosswhite was also a Director of the company which successfully bid to secure the rights to host both the 2006 Melbourne and 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, and subsequently became a Director of the both 2006 and 2018 Games organising committees.

His contribution to Australian sport extends beyond elite-level to include participation and, as the first professional Recreation/Sport Officer employed by the Victorian Government back in 1973, he is credited as having helped design, implement, and administer programs that expanded opportunities for Australians to participate in sport including ‘Sport for All’, ‘Aussie Sports’ and ‘Life. Be in It”.

In June 2007 Crosswhite was made a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Awards for his service to sport, particularly through executive roles with the Commonwealth and Olympic Games organisations, and to basketball as a competitor at national and international levels. He was made a General Member of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2003.

Achievements

  • 1998: Australian Sports Administrator of the Year
  • 2000: Awarded the Australian Sports Medal
  • 2003: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 2007: Made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
  • 2015: Awarded Australian Commonwealth Games Association Life Membership
  • 2016: Inducted into the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame
  • 2017: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Selection Committee
  • 2018: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board

Robert de Castella AO MBE – Athlete Member Director

Francois Robert (Rob) de Castella AO MBE, affectionately known as ‘Deek’, won Australia’s first IAAF World Championship in 1983 and was a world record holder in the marathon between 1981-1984. He represented Australia at the Moscow, Los Angeles, Seoul, and Barcelona Olympic Games and won Commonwealth Games gold in Brisbane and Edinburgh. His inspiring runs encouraged many people to watch or participate in marathon races and he was awarded Australian of the Year in 1983.

De Castella is a former Board Member of Sport Australia (formerly Australian Sports Commission) and became Director of the Australian Institute of Sport in 1990, a position he held for five years. He is an outspoken advocate for community health, targeting child obesity through his SmartStart for Kids! charity.

He has been a passionate advocate for athletics and marathon running and is proud custodian of the Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) – using marathon running to change lives by promoting healthy and active lifestyles throughout Indigenous communities. He is also a Founding Director of Deeks Health Foods, a grain and gluten free bakery. He still runs most days and is now a passionate traditional martial arts practitioner with his 4-Dan black belt in Traditional Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate.

In 2011, he co-Directed and featured in the documentary, Running To America. The film tells the story of four young Indigenous men who are plucked from obscurity in the Australian outback by de Castella to compete in the world’s most famous race, the New York Marathon.

Achievements

  • 1982: Made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
  • 1983: Australian of the Year
  • 1985: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 1997: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • 1997: Appointed to the Sport Australia hall of Fame Selection Committee
  • 2000: Awarded the Australian Sports Medal
  • 2001: Appointed as Chair of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Selection Committee
  • 2001: Awarded the Centenary Medal
  • 2001: Voted among the Australian Institute of Sport’s ‘Best of the Best’
  • 2014: Made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

Dawn Fraser AC MBE – Athlete Member Director

Dawn Fraser AC MBE is arguably Australia’s most decorated and most controversial athlete of all time. Known for her politically incorrect behaviour and larrikin character as much as her athletic ability, she won eight Olympic medals, and six British Empire and Commonwealth Games gold medals.

She won the Olympic 100m freestyle title at the 1956 Melbourne Games and went on to win it again at the 1960 Rome Games and the 1964 Tokyo Games, becoming the first and only swimmer of either sex to win the same event at three successive Olympics. She was the first woman to break the minute for the 100m freestyle, held the world record for that distance for an incredible sixteen years, and possessed 23 individual world records and was part of 12 team world records.

In retirement, she owned a cheese shop in Balmain and a hotel for five years and became Patron of the German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia (her favourite animal), Seahorse Nippers Noosa and Paws for Friendship.

Achievements

  • 1961: Awarded Helms award
  • 1962: First female to break one-minute barrier for the 100m freestyle
  • 1964: Australian of the Year
  • 1964: Awarded the ABC Sportsperson of the Year
  • 1965: Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame
  • 1965: Made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
  • 1980: Awarded the Olympic Order by the IOC
  • 1985: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame – the inaugural female Inductee
  • 1988: Bi-Centenary Ambassador
  • 1988-1991: Elected to the NSW State Parliament, representing the City of Balmain
  • 1993: Elevated to Legend of Australian Sport
  • 1998: Made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) Awarded AO
  • 1999: Voted Female Swimmer of the Century
  • 1999: Voted Athlete of the Century by the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 1999: Voted the World’s Greatest Living Female Water Sports Champion
  • 2000: Awarded the Australian Sports Medal
  • 2000: Voted the First Lady of the Sydney Olympic Games by the IOC
  • 2018: Made a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC)
  • 2019: Awarded Life Member of Swimming Australia
  • 2019: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board

Geoffrey Henke AO – General Member Director

Geoff Henke AO occupies a unique place in the history of Australia Winter Sport and is often referred to as ‘The Godfather’. Henke was an instrumental figure behind the development of the Icehouse, Australia’s National Ice Sports Centre and was involved in the development of the Ski Resorts at Falls Creek and Dinner Plain, in Victoria. He was also heavily involved in the Olympic Bids for Melbourne 1996 and the successful Sydney 2000 Games.

After a distinguished ice hockey playing career, Henke moved to sports administration and was appointed President of the Australia Ski Federation, Chef de Mission of the Australian Olympic Winter Games Team for a record six times (1976-1994), International Ski Federation (FIS) Council Member for 14 years, and in 2008, he became Australia’s first FIS Executive Board Member to be made a Life Member. In 1998, he was elected the Foundation Chair of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia and, in a nation focused on summer sports, Henke has worked tirelessly to grow an Australian winter sports culture that has led to Olympic medals, World Championships and World Cup glory.

Achievements

  • 1979: Appointed as an Executive Member of the Confederation of Australian Sport
  • 1985: Appointed as Australia’s fist AOC Executive Member, attained position of Vice President
  • 1987: Made a Member of the Order of Australia (OAM)
  • 1993: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 1997: Elected to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • 1998: Received the Olympic Order
  • 1999: Made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)
  • 2000: Recognised with AOC Life Membership
  • 2000: Awarded the Australian Sports Medal
  • 2001: Awarded the Centenary Medal
  • 2008: First Australian to be made a Lifetime Member of the International Ski Federation
  • 2009: Rink 1 at the Icehouse named in his honour
  • 2020: Winer Olympic Training Centre named in his honour

Lauren Jackson AO – Athlete Member Director

Lauren Jackson AO is widely regarded as one of the greatest Australian female basketballers of all time and was the Australian team Flag Bearer at the 2012 London Olympic Games. She is a four-time Olympian, a winner of three silver and one bronze medal, and remains the highest points scorer in Olympic history. She is a FIBA World Champion (2006) and led the Australian team to successive bronze medals in 2002 and 1998.

Jackson was taken at Number 1 overall by the Seattle Storm in the 2001 WNBA Draft and played 308 games for the team, until injury forced her into retirement in 2012. Across her career she won two WNBA championships, three WNBA MVP Awards, and was selected as WNBA All Star seven times. She remains ranked among the top WNBA players for games and minutes played, field goals and three-point percentage and is considered one of the top fifteen greatest of all time.

In 2015, Jackson was awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished services to basketball at a national and international level, as a mentor for women in sport, and as a supporter of a range of cultural and social welfare groups. She was inducted into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame in 2019, the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2020 and into America’s Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, and the Naismith Hall of Fame in 2021. In 2018 she was appointed as Basketball Australia’s Head of Women’s Basketball and authored her first biography – Lauren Jackson, My Story.

As BA’s Head of Women’s Basketball, Jackson was a central figure in the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) negotiations between BA and the Australian Basketball Players’ Association, for the 2021/22 – 2022/23 WNBL seasons. The CBA was the first such agreement between the two organisations in the WNBL’s 41-year history.

Achievements

  • 2015: Appointed President of Women’s Basketball, Australian Basketballers’ Association (ABA)
  • 2015: Appointed Commercial Operations Manager & Assistant General Manager, Melbourne Boomers
  • 2018: Senior Project Officer – ACT Government Sport and Recreation
  • 2018: Appointed as Head of Women’s Basketball, Basketball Australia
  • 2018: Appointed as Managing Director, Empowered Athletes Transition Program
  • 2020: Inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 2021: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
  • Champion for Gender Equality, the Australian National Committee for United Nations Women
  • Women’s Sport Australia Ambassador
  • Bachelor in Gender and Diversity (University of Canberra)
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (University of Canberra)

The Hon Rod Kemp AM – Independent Director

Rod Kemp AM was one of Australia’s longest serving Federal Ministers of Sport and between 2001-2007, worked closely with many sporting organisations across Australia. He was awarded the Order of Merit by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) for his work in; anti-doping, funding for Olympic athletes, high performance and community sport, a major upgrade of the AIS and management reform.

The AOC also highlighted the ‘far reaching review of Australian football (soccer), which he initiated, and which has had a profound effect on the development of that sport’. The Australian Paralympic Committee awarded Kemp the Australian Paralympic Medal ‘for his support of Australian sport and in particular, Paralympic sport’.

Kemp also Chairs a non-profit organisation and is a trustee of a major philanthropic fund.

Achievements

  • 1977: Appointed as Senior Private Secretary Minister for Social Security
  • 1989: Appointed as Principal Advisor to the Leader of the Opposition
  • 1990: Elected to the Australian Senate
  • 1992: Appointed as a Member of the Opposition Shadow Ministry
  • 1996: Appointed as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Social Security
  • 1996: Appointed as Assistant Treasurer
  • 2001: Appointed as Minister for Arts and Sport
  • 2012: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board

Andrew Plympton AM – Independent Director

Andrew Plympton AM has enjoyed a long and successful career in the business sector, in particular the financial services industry, and as Chairman and Director of both ASX-listed and unlisted companies. Andrew’s background and achievements in sport and sport administration is well documented.

Over the last twenty years, he has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of two global insurance broking firms.

In the ASX-listed companies’ sector, he currently serves as Chairman of Harris Technology Limited and has served on nine ASX Listed Companies as either Non-Executive Director or Chairman. With over twelve-year experience in the ASX listed space experience gained in new technologies (LED lighting, Bitcoin, Online sales) and traditional areas including aerospace, manufacturing, and labour hire.

Plympton enjoys a high profile in the sporting sector and served as an Executive Member of the Australian Olympic Committee for an eight-year period. Andrew holds an appointment as Commissioner of the Australian Sports Commission (which includes the Australian Institute of Sport). He also chairs the Audit, Finance and Governance Committee of the Australian Sports Commission and was the Chairman of Finance and Risk at the Australian Olympic Committee. In 2014 he was elected Commodore of the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club. He was the longest serving President of Yachting Australia Inc, a position he held for seven years. Andrew also served as Chairman of the Australian Football League (AFL) Club St Kilda Football Club Limited for eight years.

Plympton has been successful in the sport of sailing, winning one World Championship and numerous titles. He holds several sporting achievements and awards and Life Memberships from two sporting organisations.

Achievements

  • 1988: Won the International Etchells Class World Championship (Sailing)
  • 1993: Elected President of the St Kilda Football Club
  • 2004: Elected President of Yachting Australia
  • 2008: Appointed as a Member of the Australian Olympic Committee and Australian Olympic Foundation
  • 2011: Elected to the Australian Sports Commission (including the Australian Institute of Sport
  • 2018: Made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
  • 2020: Appointed to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Board
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