Lethal Leisel Who Made It Tough To Keep Up With The Joneses Enters AUS Hall of Fame

Leisel Jones at the height of her pace and power, Melbourne 2007 world titles - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Leisel Jones, honours stretching to three Olympic golds among nine medals, seven world-championship golds among 14 global long-course medals, 10 Commonwealth golds and six world long-course records over 100 and 200m breaststroke (3 each), has finally entered the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. It was far from plain sailing. Reading extracts from her new book “Body Lengths”, you might well think the title might have been Body Blows.

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Leisel Jones, honours stretching to three Olympic golds among nine medals, seven world-championship golds among 14 global long-course medals, 10 Commonwealth golds and six world long-course records over 100 and 200m breaststroke (3 each), has finally entered the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. It was far from plain sailing. Reading extracts from her new book “Body Lengths”, you might well think the title might have been Body Blows.

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