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SPIRit of boom

spirit of Boom

Spirit of Boom is Australia's leading son of the country's most consistent sire of the past decade, Sequalo. He is the modern day iron horse, having raced uninterrupted for five seasons at the highest level. Spirit, as he is affectionately known, has become one of the most popular horses in the country and forms one part of the “Boom Brothers”. Read more


shannon eckstein

shannon eckstein

Shannon Eckstein is the epitome of the modern day athlete and is regarded as one of the most talented surf sports competitors ever produced in Australia, if not the World.

The born and bred Gold Coast superstar is a four-time and reigning World Ironman champion, seven-time and reigning Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Ironman Series titleholder and has secured the Australian Ironman title on five occasions. Read more


holly ferling

holly ferling

Eighteen year-old Australian Women's Cricket representative Holly Ferling is a bowling sensation who consistently clocks a top speed of around 120km/h with her fast right arm action.

The gifted teenager hails from Kingaroy, where her 'A' grade cricket debut in men's competition as a 14 year-old, netted her a first up hat-trick from her first three balls in the top grade. Read more


tony gollan

tony gollan

Leading Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan has become the hottest young property in the horse racing industry.

The 34 year-old rose to prominence on the back of a breakthrough victory with highly regarded gelding Temple Of Boom, who saluted on Oaks Day in the Group 1 Galaxy at Royal Randwick in 2012. Read more


alex leapai

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Australian heavyweight boxer Alex Leapai has the opportunity to become Australia’s first ever world heavyweight champion after confirming a 27 April, 2014 showdown against Ukranian, Wladimir Klitschko.

The 34 year-old number one contendor defeated Russian, Denis Boystov in November 2013 to set up the historic bout, inking a deal which secures the biggest fight of his life, and quite possibly the biggest fight in Australian boxing history. Read more


neurophysics - kenneth ware

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Ken Ware was born in Mackay, Queensland, Australia on 7th February 1957. As a young boy, he was always fascinated by the way things worked in nature and had a silent ability to recognize order in what others seen as random events in nature. Without any support for what he was sensing, he proceeded through life to just observe and not comment.

Ken became a good athlete and a dedicated rugby league player in his teens. He had married young and devoted himself to raising his children whilst still pursuing his ambitions sporting wise. During a brief visit to Perth back in the early 80’s, Ken met some older trainees who simply advised him to improve his techniques when training with weights, relax more and train slowly to give his nervous system a chance to make some necessary alterations. Read more


courtney angus

courtney angus

Australia’s World Wakeboarding champion Courtney Angus has only just celebrated her 21st birthday, following her breakout year on the international wakeboarding scene

In 2013, Courtney enjoyed a whirlwind of successes stretching the length and breadth of the globe, performing in elite competition throughout Europe, China and the United States culminating in her maiden open-class World title success in Abu Dhabi. Read more


kiaarn holland

kiaarn holland

Twenty-three year-old Kiaarn Holland represents the youthful face of horse racing in Australia as track work rider for leading Brisbane trainer, Tony Gollan and the easily recognisable face of Queensland’s lucrative Winter Racing Carnival.

Responsible for the Gollan stable’s host of star performers, including the ‘Boom‘ brothers, Spirit of Boom and Temple of Boom during southern and home state campaigns in 2013/14, is testament to the horsemanship and professionalism for which Kiaarn is renowned for. Read more