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The Track and the Field, or Studying What You Love

By Amanda Draft 

This blog entry began as I was sitting in an airport en route to Montreal for roller derby; specifically, the International Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) Division 1 Playoffs. 633 more words

Qualitative Methodology

First blog post

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Architecture

Keeping Myself Busy

I’m currently a little over 75% of the way through my summer fortnight break.  The house move earlier in the year and a few other factors meant we (I) failed to book anything to go anywhere and the last minute options weren’t tempting enough.  1,992 more words

General Thoughts

Surf - the story behind Australia’s 1,000m kayaking success

Australia has won eight Olympic medals in 1,000m kayak racing. It owes much of that success to another sport altogether – surf life saving.

Based on the training regime developed by beach lifeguard services across the country, surf ski racing has become an established pathway for paddlers to progress to kayak racing on the Olympic stage. 854 more words

Sport & Leisure

Australians plot quest for kayak gold

Australia’s top sprint kayakers have arrived in Germany for the World Cup in Duisburg. It’s the first major International Canoe Federation (ICF) World Cup competition of the year and marks the beginning of teams’ final preparations for the Olympic Games in Rio in August. 499 more words

Sport & Leisure