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a person who is not a serf or a slave

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As well as the changes to the Constitution, the wording of the Team values developed by the AOC Athletes' Commission has been amended and the AOC has engaged with the Cathy Freeman Foundation and the Indigenous Marathon Project run by Robert de Castella to provide practical long-term assistance.
Melbourne police have taken possession of an item of clothing which could be the bodysuit worn by Cathy Freeman in the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games," the Australian Olympic Committee said.
Australia's Cathy Freeman was a star of the Sydney Olympics in 2000
Up until Saturday I would have never have questioned that the greatest was Magic Monday in Sydney, the Cathy Freeman night.
In front of 112,524 expectant fans, Cathy Freeman, a slight figure in lane six in a hooded body suit, was about to run the race of her life.
Since 2004, she said: "I have devoted a lot of time to the Cathy Freeman Foundation, which works towards the welfare of young people in education, housing, literacy in Queensland.
CYCLING: Sir Chris Hoy hopes Australian athlete Cathy Freeman, who won Olympic gold in Sydney, will be able to offer him some advice on competing at a home Games in the lead up to London 2012.
17 In athletics, which country did 400 metres runner Cathy Freeman represent?
CATHY Freeman, winner of the 400- metre gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, is excited about her first visit to India and is looking forward to being a brand ambassador of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon to be held on Sunday.
Athlete Cathy Freeman lit the flame at the spectatular opening ceremony and went on to be the first Aboriginal to win track gold.
the most anticipated event of the Olympics saw Cathy Freeman win gold for Australia in the women's 400m final as Britain's Katharine Merry claimed bronze.
Ohuruogu has particularly checked the times of Cathy Freeman, who was a sensational winner in a front of a partisan crowd of home supporters at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Messages on fairness from prominent individuals including sportspeople Ian Chappell and Cathy Freeman, actors John Howard and Stefan Dennis and well known speakers Julie McCrossin and Sir William Deane are also featured on the site.
At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia won 16 gold medals to finish the fourth most successful nation, with double gold medallist Cathy Freeman epitomising their breathtaking success.