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Olympic quiet achievers do us proud
And so, the Olympic Games come to a close in London. Jason Morrison gives his thoughts of the two weeks of drama and triumph, with the quiet achievers who appeared to do best on behalf of Australia.
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Australia meanwhile has ended the Games with its lowest gold medal haul since Barcelona in 1992.
The nation finished 10th on the medal tally, with 7 gold, 16 silver and 12 bronze.
The Australian Olympic Committee had predicted 35 medals, but it expected more of them to be gold.
Stuart Bocking reflects on our expectations and gives his thoughts that it was a pretty fair effort by our athletes.
Tributes are flowing for Australia's newest Olympic champions. Sally Pearson's strength coach Peter Hannan has told Stuart Bocking it was an emotional moment for everyone involved with Pearson.
We may not be walking away with sacks of gold from the Olympics, but the event will have a positive effect on many couch potatoes. Paul Murray on the surge in health and fitness that follows the Olympic Games.