TAGGED: First Nations athletes
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As Hawthorn battled it out with Gold Coast during the AFL's Sir Doug Nicholls Round in Darwin in 2022, a significant milestone in both AFL and First Nations' history was happening in the commentary

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From Cathy Freeman to Nova Peris, we're celebrating some inspirational First Nations sporting stars and their achievements.

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Johnny Milner takes a closer look at tennis legend Evonne Goolagong-Cawley's career – from Barellan to Wimbledon.

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Tahlia Rotumah is a Minyanbal woman from Tweed Heads in NSW.

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Olympic hockey player, Olympic and Commonwealth Games sprinter, federal politician, Young Australian of the Year, Order of Australia recipient: Nova Peris’ achievements have been extraordinary.

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Des Abbott made his debut for the Australian men’s hockey team in 2007 and was the first Indigenous player to represent Australia at the Olympic Games in men's field hockey.

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Bundjalung man Anthony Mundine excelled in 2 sports, boxing and rugby league, and was known by his nicknames, ‘The Man’ and ‘Choc’.

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Kyah Simon is an international professional soccer player and one of the most decorated players in Australian football.

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Former star Australian Rules football player Phil Krakouer played for the North Melbourne ‘Kangaroos’ Football Club in the 1980s.

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Mark Ella is a former star rugby union player who captained the Australian Wallabies team 10 times and represented his country 25 times.