Tag Archive: Thomas Dullard

Tall Ship Sailing and Science_Radio report

Tall Ship sailing and science. Oosterschelde.mp3. Reporter: Thomas Dullard Presenter Intro: Tall Ships have long been connected to the world’s earliest stories of exploration. Remarkably, the science behind sailing with the wind and the water… Continue reading

Ready to rule in Ireland: Bede Mahon

The Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) International Rules representative side has landed in Ireland to take on the best Gaelic footballers the Emerald Isle has to offer. Bede Mahon, a 24-year old Central… Continue reading

The Oosterschelde: on board a Dutch Tall Ship_VIDEO

Built in 1918 as a sail-powered freighter, the Oosterschelde is currently scurrying the shores of Australia as she wanders the oceans following the old trade routes of historic times. She has been winding… Continue reading

Sailing the Seas on the Oosterschelde

The Dutch tall ship “Oosterschelde” was first constructed in 1917, and remarkably, still comfortably crashes the waves in the ocean today. She is currently in full sail making fast ground around Australia and… Continue reading

An amazing 20 year Universiade anniversary

Martin Roberts epitomises everything Australian University Sport wants to be and everything the organisation is becoming. Roberts is intelligent, passionate and dedicated to Australia’s future in sport and has been guiding young Australian… Continue reading

The Universiade: Investing in the future (feature)

As England held on to the first match of the Ashes series at Trent Bridge, when Cadel Evans dropped off the pace in the 100th year of the Tour De France and whilst… Continue reading

Australia’s best result ever from a Universiade

The Uniroos have enjoyed their most successful World University Games in history in at the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. The 202 strong delegation, including 151 athletes, placed 10th on the medal tally,… Continue reading

Tessa Lavey wins bronze for Australia

Ex-Swan Hill Flyers basketballer Tessa Lavey has won a bronze medal for Australia at the 27th Summer Universiade in Russia. Lavey played a secondary point guard role to help the emerging Opals women’s… Continue reading

A silver medal for emerging Aussie Boomers

The Australian men’s basketball team have pushed Russia to the limits in a captivating gold medal match at the World University Games in Kazan. Australia, against all odds, got within two points in… Continue reading

The Russian world.

Any preconceived ideas of Russia being a dangerous or unaccommodating nation have been quashed during my experience at the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. I arrived to Russia with little to no knowledge… Continue reading