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Australian Sporting Legends - The Ultimate Tribute - Personally Signed by 57

  • Product SKU: OL114
  • Edition: 750
  • Framed Size: 850 x 750 (mm)
  • Signature: Personally Signed by a Multitude of Legends
  • Certificate of Authenticity: Yes

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On 6 December 1999 in Sydney as part of the lead-up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics, the Betty Cuthbert Tribute was held in the presence of perhaps the most outstanding collection of Australian sporting legends who ever came together.

This amazing piece is personally signed by:

John Newcombe (tennis) - 7 Grand Slam singles titles
Herb Elliott (athletics) - Rome 1960 Olympics gold medallist; mile world record holder
Reg Gasnier (rugby league) - NRL Immortal; 6 time Premier; 39 Tests for Australia
Dennis Lillee (cricket) - 355 wickets in 70 Tests
John Eales (rugby) - 1991 and 1999 RWC Champion; Australian captain
Alex Jesaulenko (AFL) - 4 x AFL Premier; Greatest Mark in History
Sir Jack Brabham (motor racing) - 3 time Formula 1 Champion
Evonne Goolagong-Cawley (tennis) - 8 Grand Slam singles titles
Craig Johnston (soccer) - 271 games for Liverpool FC
Ron Barassi (AFL) - 6 x AFL Premier
Darren Beadman (horse racing) - 2 x Melbourne Cup winner
Mick Dittman (horse racing) - Melbourne Cup winner, 3 x Golden Slipper winner
Ray Price (rugby league/union) - 4 x Premier; 2 x Dally M winner
Andrew Gaze (basketball) - 5 time Olympian; FIBA Hall of Famer
Rob De Castella (athletics) - World Athletics gold; 2 x Commonwealth Games gold
Johnny Lewis (boxing) - legendary trainer of Fenech, Harding and Tszyu
Jenny Turrall (swimming) - 3 x Commonwealth Games medallist
Trevor Hendy (surf life saving) - 6 x Australian champion
Bob Fulton (rugby league) - NRL Immortal; 39 Tests for Australia
Ray Baartz (soccer) - 48 matches for Australia
Kel Nagle (golf) - 1960 British Open champion; 2nd in 1965 US Open
Trevor Allen (rugby union) - 14 Tests for Australian; dual code international
Geoff Hunt (squash) - 4 x World Champion
Tony Roche (tennis) - 8 Grand Slam singles titles; 4 x Davis Cups
Kevin Berry (swimming) - 1964 Olympics gold medallist
Billy Dunk (golf) - over 100 tournament victories and 80+ course records
John Raper (rugby league) - NRL Immortal; 8 x Premiership; 39 Australian Tests
Heather McKay (squash) - 16 consecutive British Open titles
Kay Cottee (sailing) - first woman to circumnavigate the world solo
Mark Richards (surfing) - 4 time world champion
Chris Nicholson (sailing) - 2 time Olympian
Bob Skilton (AFL) - 3 time Brownlow Medallist; South Melbourne legend
Sharon Buchanan (hockey) - 3 x Olympian including 1988 Gold medallist
Debbie Flintoff-King (athletics) - 1988 Olympic Gold medallist
Richie Benaud (cricket) - 248 wickets and 2,201 in 63 Tests; broadcaster
Tracey Wickham (swimming) - 400m, 800m, 1,500m world record holder
Damien Hardman (surfing) - 2 x world surfing champion
Graeme Langlands (rugby league) - 45 Tests for Australia; 227 games for St George
Jack Newton (golf) - 1975 British Open runner-up; 1980 US Masters runner-up
David Foster (wood chopping) - World Woodchopping Champion for 21 consecutive years
Anne Sargeant (netball) - Australian netball team 1977-1988; 2 x world champ
Murray Rose (swimming) - 6 Olympic medals including 4 x gold
John Famechon (boxing) - World boxing champion
John Konrads (swimming) - 1960 Olympics 1,500m gold medallist
Shelly Taylor-Smith (swimming) - 5 x FINA marathon swimming world champion
Ian Chappell (cricket) - legendary Australian captain and broadcaster
David Campese (rugby union) - the most exciting back in Wallabies history; RWC champion; Grand Slam player
Eddie Charlton (snooker) - 3 time Pot Black champion; world title runner-up
Tom Carroll (surfing) - 2 x World Champion
Nick Farr-Jones (rugby) - World Cup winning captain; 63 Tests for the Wallabies
Ralph Doubell (athletics) - 1968 Olympics 800m gold medallist
John Landy (athletics) - 1,500m and mile world record holder; Victorian governor
Louise Sauvage (athletics) - 13 medals at 4 Paralympics
George Moore (horse racing) - 2 x Cox Plate jockey; 2 x Golden Slipper jockey
Ron Clarke (athletics) - 17 middle/long distance world records
Ken Catchpole (rugby union) - 27 Tests for the Wallabies; legendary scrum-half
Des Renford (swimming) - "King of the Channel" - 19-time channel swimmer
- and has the personal stamp of Betty Cuthbert

A stunning collectable. A once-in-a-lifetime piece.

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