Meet the Australian sportswomen that are part of the world’s top sporting events.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games are one of the most successful sports events in history and are celebrated across the globe every year.
But it’s the World Swimming Championships that has been celebrated by a number of sportsmen around the world, including the likes of Mark Cavendish and Chris Horner.
Mark Cavendish, world champion at the 2019 Commonwealth Games, says he’s proud of his country’s achievements.
Cavendish, who finished as a bronze medallist at the last World Swimmers’ Championship in Sydney, says that the world is on the verge of seeing an Australian-style sporting revolution.
“I think the sport has reached a point where we can do it again, that it’s achievable,” he said.
“It is just a matter of when and where and how.”
Cavishing the World ChampionshipsMark Cavander has been on the winning team at the Commonwealth Games.
The 21-year-old says that while he’s had some challenges in his career, he has been one of Australia’s most successful athletes.
“The World Championships is the pinnacle of the sport,” Cavendish said.
“When I get my medal I’m happy because it means I’ve won a medal that I would have never gotten in the past.”
“You want to make sure you go out there and win the big ones, you don’t want to miss them.”
That’s what I’ve been trying to do in the last couple of years, make sure I’ve done it.
“Carnendish has won gold and silver at the World Games.
In his spare time, Cavendish has been training at the Australian Sports Club in Canberra.”
We’re a great team and we work really hard and that’s what we enjoy doing, we train and we do everything we can to win medals,” Cavender said.
Athletes like Cavendish have been making a name for themselves at the Olympics since the opening ceremony, winning gold medals at the 2020 Games and the 2020 Commonwealth Games as well as bronze at the 2018 World Swims.
Mark Horner, the world record holder at the 100m freestyle and 100m backstroke, says the Australian sporting scene is in a different place now than it was a decade ago.”
There’s a lot of young talent coming through and it’s a fantastic environment for sport,” he told the ABC.”
But the thing that really matters is to stay true to the values that we believe in.
“Mark Cavieres and Chris Owens, two of the fastest men on the planet, are also world-class athletes.
Both Caviers are World Swimmer champions.
Mark has competed in the Australian Games four times and won gold in 2016, while Chris has been the world champion for three years and has a silver medal to his name.”
If you look at the sport, you have guys like Caviere, Owens and Cavieret who are world-champions, who are just really, really hard workers,” Cavierer said.
Mark’s son Ben is also a world-ranked swimmer.”
He’s got a fantastic body and he’s got incredible talent,” Cavier said.
Australian Olympian Ben Cavieren, pictured here with his son Mark, says his father has been a key part of Australia`s success in the Rio Olympics.
Mark and his wife Melissa have two daughters.
Mark says he`s proud to have the support of his family and to be able to take on the responsibility of supporting the Australian Olympic Committee.”
As an athlete, I don’t think you can compete without your family,” Mark said.
Catherine Cavendish is one of three women in the Commonwealths history to have won the 100 metres freestyle at the 2016 World Swimmings.
She’s also one of five women to have gold in the 100 m backstroke at the 2017 Commonwealth Games in Canberra, and another two-time world record finisher in the event.
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