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Gold Medallist: Edwin Flack (OM 1890)

Celebrating “The Lion of Athens”, Australia’s first Olympian whose legacy continues to support our students.

Three Old Melburnian organisers who shaped Olympic history

The many Old Melbournians who have contributed to Australia’s Olympic history include those making significant contributions behind the scenes.

Our dedicated Olympic medal winners

It takes a rare combination of skill and commitment to become an Olympic medallist. We celebrate those from our community who have achieved this exceptional goal.

The competitors who forged new Olympic traditions

There are sports that are comfortably part of our School’s Olympic tradition, and then there are those choices which might be less obvious. Of Melbourne...

Gold Medallist: Danni Roche OAM (OM 1987)

One of our School’s most successful athletes, hockey player Danni Roche has successfully translated her sporting prowess into roles that contribute to business and sports leadership.

Gold Medallist: Tom King OAM (OM 1990)

Saluting an Olympian who continued to give to his sport well after his Gold Medal win.

Gold Medallist: David Crawshay OAM (OM 1997)

David Crawshay’s rowing career is defined by talent, dedication and a willingness to give back to his sporting community.

Tim Masters (OM 2009)

Tim Masters heads into his first Olympic Games with an impressive collection of medals and a rowing history that stretches back to his primary school days.

Jessica Morrison (OM 2010)

Entering her second Olympic Games after a succession of medal wins, Jessica Morrison is known for her consistency and example of quiet leadership.

Henry Frayne (OM 2007)

Henry Frayne’s Long Jump record at Melbourne Grammar School remains unbroken. This year, he will represent Australia in his third Olympic Games.