Challenge Good News Paper - 393 August 2016
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Resilient swimmer
Cate Campbell on how she dealt with devastating injury, and how she doesn’t plan to let gold slip away from her this time
Resilient swimmer
Run for medal in Rio
Olympic medalist Nick Willis opens up about his Rio dreams, death of his mother and freedom from a porn addiction
Run for medal in Rio
Born to race
800m star Angie Petty
Born to race
Peace among trouble at Olympics
The Olympics generate a great deal of national pride in each participating country, whether they send a powerful contingent like Team USA, or a small one, like Dominica's team of three at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Peace among trouble at Olympics
Aussie runner’s vision
Rio Olympian and humanitarian Eloise Wellings is undeterred by past injuries
Aussie runner’s vision
Life hurdles bring strength
Champion hurdler Tiffany Porter is anything but typical
Life hurdles bring strength
Missing leg not a hindrance
“In my head, I don’t have a disability,” says record-breaking discus world champion
Missing  leg not a hindrance
Prince’s death is personal to me
A personal reflection by Dr Jim Denison
Prince’s death is personal to me
What makes a game addictive?
One wintry day in the heart of procrastinating through my thesis, I stumbled upon a web-version of the computer game Candy Crush and within seconds I was hooked into a world of candy-matching heaven, creating stripes, bombs and delicious combos.
What makes a game addictive?
Elephant unmasked
What does the parable of the six blind men and the elephant ultimately mean?
Elephant unmasked
Life is more than sport
Great Australian weightlifter faces new challenges
Life is more than sport
Apes cannot lift like humans
Multi-skilled weightlifter and qualified criminal lawyer Deborah Acason strongly disagrees with the notion that we have evolved.
The ‘missing links’ are even more ‘missing’!
When the greatly fragmented skull designated KNM-ER 1470 ('1470 man') was first discovered, it was paraded as a transitional 'ape-man', as Homo habilis.
The ‘missing links’ are even more ‘missing’!
Part of a bigger picture
Champion Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann believes everything happens for a reason
Part of a bigger picture
Hunter ends bid for record fifth Olympics
Detaching identity from career is the secret to making it long term
Hunter ends bid for record fifth Olympics
Going light: ‘keeping score’ weighs down marriages
The Olympics are here again and the world will marvel at the exploits of superbly fit athletes competing against each other for gold and a place in history.
Going light: ‘keeping score’ weighs down marriages
2016 heralds virtual reality revolution
Now VR is ready for mass consumption, here's our quick guide.
2016 heralds virtual reality revolution
Dealing with loss
The shock and numbness felt after a spouse or family member dies can mean a two-year period of recovery.
Dealing with loss
Humble winner
Matthew Glaetzer keeps hopes of winning high for Rio, but says he can’t take credit for his success
Humble  winner

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