All posts tagged Shane Desiatnik
ISRAELI-BORN Melburnian Lisa Zilberpriver surprised herself by performing better than expected in “one of the toughest” events she had ever competed in, the 2019 Challenge Triathlon World Championships in Samorin, Slovakia, earlier this month.
SPECTACULAR action and amazing results were the hallmarks of the second and final week of the 2019 Australian Gymnastics Championships at Melbourne Arena, where 16 Jewish gymnasts across rhythmic, trampoline, aerobic and acrobatic disciplines won a total of 17 medals.
ARTISTIC gymnastics of the highest standard was on the menu in week one of the Australian Gymnastics Championships from May 20 at Melbourne Arena, where two Jewish athletes served up impressive results.
WAVERLEY COUNCIL has taken further steps to advance a planned upgrade of security infrastructure spanning Bondi Beach's pedestrian promenade and mural wall, following a recent wave of antisemitic vandalism.
"PURE elation" was how Sydney FC's A-League and National Youth League football manager Michael Swibel described the moment he and head coach Steve Corica embraced on the pitch following the Sky Blues' 4-1 penalty shootout A-League grand final win against favourites Perth Glory.
QUALITY is the word that comes to mind to describe last Sunday's match of the week in round 8 of the Victorian State League 2 Southeast men's football competition
AUSTRALIA'S men's 4x400m relay team, led by Steven Solomon, took a giant leap forward in their development at the World Relay Championships in Yokohama last weekend, just one year out from the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in nearby Tokyo.
IF you are in need of some inspiration, look no further than middle distance triathlete Lisa Zilberpriver's example.
NEW JNF Australia president Marcus Rose has revealed his deep passion for nature conservation will shape his leadership, and take JNF's comprehensive breadth of environmental protection projects in Israel "to the next level".
ASHLEIGH Werner has had a golden start to competing in bobsleigh's newest discipline – women's monobob (solo bobsleigh) – earning her first international race win last month at Lake Placid, USA, the 20-corner Olympic course where she first learnt to drive a sled in 2017.