Raelene Boyle


Raelene Boyle

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Born in 1951, Raelene Boyle's distinguished sporting career spans Commonwealth games 1970 to 1984 (during which time she won five gold medals) and three Olympics - 1968, 1972 and 1976 - where she won three silver meals.

Her achievements also include 14 individual Australian championships, plus a slew of Australian and Commonwealth records, an ABC Sports Award in 1974, membership of two World record breaking relay teams and induction into the Australian Sporting Hall of Fame in 1985.

Raelene was also honoured at the Sydney Olympic opening ceremony as one of our truly great female athletes alongside Cathy Freeman, Debbie Flintoff-King, Dawn Fraser, Shane Gould, Betty Cuthbert and Shirley Strickland. Raelene is a Board Member of the Breast Cancer Network Australia and is a patron of both the Sunshine Coast's Cancer Care Centres and the Living Trees Program.

Raelene is a founding member of the Sporting Chance Foundation which distributes "Raelene Boyle" research scholarships, she also raises funds on the Sunshine Coast to replace breasts lost to breast cancer.


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