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High-fiving complete strangers | April's blog 1 September 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

For my sister Alyce, the goal of making the Olympics has been the bread and butter of her years and years worth of blood, sweat and once-a-year-beers.


Rio romance and sibling rivalry | April's Blog 9 August 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

For the first eighteen years of my life it was just my sister and I against the world. And then along came Jordan…


The Confessions of a Groupie | April's Blog 4 August 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

As a survivor of Chronic-Middle-Child-Syndrome, I can confidently say that the world revolves around my sister Alyce.


A coffee a day keeps the pain away | Alyce's blog 30 June 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

With less than 40 days until the Olympics, we have entered a phase of training that only one word describes…Ouch.


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How to beat drugs with technique | Alyce's blog 3 June 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

As the adrenaline pumps through our bodies, sweat drips down our faces and our eyes are fixated on the finish buoys.


A dream that started in 2000 | Alyce's Blog 6 May 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

A crazy day trip to the Sydney 2000 Olympics as an 8 year old started my Olympic dream, the only problem was, I didn’t have a sport.


Intro into Sprint Kayaking | Alana's Blog 4 August 2015 (AEDT) | (incomplete)

As a youngster, I would watch the Olympic Games in absolute awe of all those athletes competing. I loved watching the swimming. Kieran Perkins, Susie O’Neill, Ian Thorpe, Grant Hackett… they were my heroes and I thought they were superstars.