Coburg Harriers Gallery

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1968 Olympian Raelene Boyle
Raelene Boyle was one of Australia's best-ever female sprinters. In the 1968 Olympics, her first international at only 17 years of age, she finished second in the 200m, 4th in the 100m and 5th in the 4x100m relay. From then on, she was in every Australian team until 1982. She competed in 4 Olympics, with her two silvers in 1972 (100m and 200m) a wonderful performance against the drugs tainted East Germans. 

This photo shows her winning the 400m run (time 51.26) in the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane.

1968 Olympian Raelene Boyle

Raelene Boyle was one of Australia's best-ever female sprinters. In the 1968 Olympics, her first international at only 17 years of age, she finished second in the 200m, 4th in the 100m and 5th in the 4x100m relay. From then on, she was in every Australian team until 1982. She competed in 4 Olympics, with her two silvers in 1972 (100m and 200m) a wonderful performance against the drugs tainted East Germans.

This photo shows her winning the 400m run (time 51.26) in the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane.

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