Cambodian Stint Rewarded

World aerobics champion Botany Downs local Angela McMillan, 28, has been in Phnom Penh coaching the Cambodian men’s team ahead of December’s Asian Aerobic Gymnastics Championships in Bangkok. McMillan, who claimed the world title in 2004 and currently holds the No 3 ranking, spent nine days in the capital with her sister, fellow aerobics competitor and trainer Dianne McMillan. “When I first came I couldn’t believe these guys had only been training for a year,” McMillan said. “They already look like international athletes.” McMillan has held the national champion title since she entered the sport via her high school team 15 years ago; she now coaches new athletes both at home and abroad.


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Dan Carter Explains New Zealand’s Cup Success

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