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Highlights of some recent sporting achievements by senior students and young Old Melburnians.

Preparing for new challenges after sporting success

Teaching is just one of the options Alex Keath (OM 2010) is considering post-AFL.

New recognition for Edwin Flack (OM 1890), our first Olympian

Australia Post has released a commemorative postage stamp to honour the sesquicentenary (150 year) of the birth of Edwin Flack (OM 1890).

A strategic path to success

After being inducted into the Hockey Australia Hall of Fame, Lachlan Dreher shares the importance of strategy, detachment and a sense of fun.

An Old Melburnian at the top of his game

Pat O'Hara Wood won the Australian Open in 1923. Here, Year 10 student Thomas Amarasekara showcases his life.

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A summary of recent sporting achievements by students and Old Melburnians.

Rowing success

Congratulations to our rowers - past and present - on their continued success.

Family and community drive Geelong star’s success

Geelong full-forward Tom Hawkins knows success comes in many forms, and that behind each achievement is the effort of a whole community.

A Paralympian’s insights on perseverance

After trying numerous options at Melbourne Grammar, Paralympian James Millar decided skiing would be his sport, and went on to represent his country.

Congratulations to our Winter Olympians

Three Old Melburnians represented Australia at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.