Quote of the Day

"There will be one team, one ethical framework, one set of values and one set of rules. There can't be any teams within the team."
-- New Swimming Australia High-Performance Dir Michael Scott, revealing his plan to fix the problems that dogged the team during the London Olympics. (THE AUSTRALIAN, 4/10)
Wednesday April 10, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 212 Print This Issue

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  • Second Thoughts

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