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Winning Edge world champions

As at 31 December 2016

Sport Champion Event
Bowls Carla Krizanic
Natasha Scott
Rebecca Van Asch
Kelsey Cottrell
Natasha Scott
Rebecca Van Asch
Carla Krizanic
Karen Murphy Singles
Aaron Wilson
Brett Wilkie
Canoe slalom Jessica Fox C1
Jessica Fox
Alison Borrows
Rosalyn Lawrence
C1 Team
Canoe sprint Lachlan Tame
Ken Wallace
K2 500
Ken Wallace K1 5000
Cycling BMX Caroline Buchanan Time Trial
Cycling mountain bike Caroline Buchanan  Four-cross 
Cycling track Sam Welsford
Michael Hepburn
Miles Scotson
Callum Scotson
Team’s Pursuit
Rebecca Wiasak Individual Pursuit
Netball Australian Netball Diamonds World Cup
Rowing Kim Brennan Single Scull
Rugby 7s Women’s Team World series
Sailing Mathew Belcher
Will Ryan
Shooting Ben Emms Fullbore Long Range
Surfing Tyler Wright World Surf League
Swimming Mitchell Larkin 100m Backstroke; 200m Backstroke
Emily Seebohm 100m Backstroke; 200m Backstroke
Bronte Campbell 50m Freestyle; 100m Freestyle
Emily Seebohm
Emma McKeon
Bronte Campbell
Cate Campbell
(Heats: Madison Wilson, Melanie Wright, Bronte Barratt)
4x100m Freestyle
Winter Scotty James Snowboard Halfpipe
Laura Peel Aerial Skiing

Note — not all sports have world championships each year. Equivalent benchmark events are included in such cases; where there were no world championships in 2016, the 2015 result has rolled over for 24 months.

Australia’s Winning Edge — world champions  criteria:

  • All Olympic and Paralympic disciplines
  • Non-Olympic/Paralympic disciplines in Foundation sports
  • Peak event for other able-bodied Australia’s Winning Edge sports

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