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Emily Little, Lauren Mitchell and Janine Murray (pictured clockwise from the left)
3 names, 3 gymnasts, 3 WA-ites
3 members of Australia's Commonwealth Games Gymnastics team

Pictured as part of the Sunday Times/Perthnow website's Commonwealth Games focus on our fantastic Western Australians who will be jet-setting off to Delhi. The Women's Hockey team will be released on Friday and WA has some wonderful hopes in line to be selected.
Congratulations go to:
  • Lauren Mitchell (Women's Artistic Gymnastics)
  • Emily Little (Women's Artistic Gymnastics)
  • Janine Murray (Rhythmic Gymnastics)
  • Deonne Bridger (Archery - Female Recurve)
  • Amanda Bisk (Athletics - Pole Vault)
  • Alana Boyd (Athletics - Pole Vault)
  • Jody Henry (Athletics - 400m/4x400m Relay)
  • Steven Hooker (Athletics - Pole Vault)
  • Kimberley Mickle (Athletics - Javelin Throw)
  • Benjamin Offereins (Athletics - 400m/400m Relay)
  • Elizabeth Parnov (Athletics - Pole Vault)
  • Ellen Pettitt (Athletics - High Jump)
  • Nicholas Kidd (Badminton - Men's Singles)
  • Giancarlo Squillace (Boxing - 81-91kg)
  • Michael Freiberg (Cycling - Men's Track Endurance)
  • Cameron Meyer (Cycling - Men's Track Endurance)
  • Travis Meyer (Cycling - Men's Track Endurance)
  • Josephine Tomic (Cycling - Women's Track Endurance)
  • Fergus Kavanagh (Hockey - Men's)
  • Trent Mitton (Hockey - Men's)
  • Fiona Boyce (Hockey - Women's)
  • Shelly Liddelow (Hockey - Women's)
  • Kobie McGurk (Hockey - Women's)
  • Ashleigh Nelson (Hockey - Women's)
  • Jayde Taylor (Hockey - Women's)
  • Susan Fuhrmann (Netball)
  • Nicholas Cummins (Rugby 7's)
  • Michelangelo Giustiniano (Shooting - Pistol Centrefire)
  • Pamela McKenzie (Shooting - Air Rifle)
  • Tyren Vitler (Shooting - Air Rifle)
  • Cameron Pilley (Squash)
  • Tommaso D'Orsogna (Swimming)
  • Blair Evans (Swimming)
  • Matt Ebden (Tennis)
  • Jessica Moore (Tennis)
  • Darren Gardiner (Powerlifting)
  • Emma Chalmers (Wrestling - Women's Freestyle 67kg)
From Perthnow online:

Australia's first multiple gymnastics world championship medallist Lauren Mitchell, 19, will look to put a frustrating turn behind her after she missed much of this year, including Perth's national titles in July, because of injury.

Delhi, Mitchell's first Commonwealth Games, looms as an ideal proving ground for the gymnast with only one other medallist from the 2009 world titles, England's Beth Tweddle, among a challenging, but not daunting, field.

"Ever since I was a little girl, it's been my goal to go to the big three events," Mitchell said.




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