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Fri Mar 21 17:03:08 2014 UTClccn-nb20020081800.00Ian Thorpe0.140.47Komoren /1128936Ian_Thorpenb20020081805663462ソープ, イアンlccn-n2005678776Hunter, Greg1956-lccn-nb2013001970Sheppard, Barrie1939-lccn-n95094592Heads, Ianlccn-no90017958Jane SeymourQueen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England1509?-1537viaf-54353748Glenister, Johnlccn-n79113093HenryVIIIKing of England1491-1547viaf-34662848Michell, Keithnc-british broadcasting corporationBritish Broadcasting Corporationlccn-no97015266BFS Video (Firm)lccn-n2004010474Swanton, Will1969-Thorpe, Ian1982-DramaHistoryBiographyInterviewsCase studiesGuidebooksBibliographyMiscellaneaDesigns and plansHenry--VIII,--King of England,Jane Seymour,--Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,Catharine Howard,--Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,Anne,--of Cleves, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,Anne Boleyn,--Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,Catharine,--of Aragon, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,Catharine Parr,--Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,AustraliaGreat BritainSwimmersThorpe, Ian,Kings and rulersSuccessSwimmingGoal (Psychology)NutritionCookingOlympic GamesDivorceBeheadingMan-woman relationshipsYouthSuccess in adolescenceOlympicsTelevision mini-seriesOlympic athletesBatsComorosIsland animalsZoologyPteropodidaeProbationFathers and daughtersEx-convictsGangsAquatic sports facilitiesEnglandMarriageBuildingsCollectiblesResearchEconomicsSwimming--CoachingSocial serviceNew South Wales--SydneyAboriginal AustraliansMarriages of royalty and nobilityWivesHuman services--Citizen participationQueens19821989199019911998200020022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201310354762791.4575DA333.A2891ocn801387922book20120.14Thorpe, IanThe SwimmerBiographyIan Thorpe's achievements in the water are nothing short of phenomenal. He has won a record-holding eleven World Championship titles and ten Commonwealth Games gold medals. He has broken twenty-two world records and won five gold, three silver and one bronze Olympic medals832ocn709713031book20110.16Thorpe, IanIan Thorpe : cook for your lifeIan Thorpe has long been known for his incredible swimming achievements; less well-known is that he loves to cook. But Ian has learnt through years of competition that he can't just eat anything and achieve an elite level success, healthy eating is something that he has always had to keep in mind to perform at his peak+-+3324115926324752ocn050579112book20000.18Thorpe, IanIan Thorpe : the journeyBiography+-+5515647825324481ocn076946644book20060.17Beaumont, DaleSecrets of young achievers exposed!Case studiesInterviews+-+9192420245324421ocn023089893visu19900.19Cross, BeverleyCatherine HowardHistoryDramaDramatizes Henry VIII's marriage to Anne of Cleves, a German princess he found useful for consolidating an alliance with Germany but later divorced when his political maneuvers failed322ocn048547907visu20060.19Time-Life FilmsThe six wives of Henry VIIIHistoryDramaPt. 3 dramatizes the short-lived marriage between Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, who died in childbirth after delivering a feeble son destined for the English throne. Pt. 4 dramatizes Henry VIII's marriage to Anne of Cleves, a German princess whom he found useful for consolidating an alliance with Germany but later divorced when his political maneuvers failed261ocn023597511book19900.29Thorpe, IanNo frills guide to the Comoro IslandsGuidebooks241ocn046356278visu20000.2016 days in September Games highlights of the XXVII OlympiadHighlights some of the most memorable moments of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games151ocn288988955visu20080.1925 to lifeDramaTony is a parolee just released from prison after serving three years for his involvement in an attempted murder. With the help of his probation officer he is trying to get his life back in order and the opportunity to see his beloved daughter Rubi. The odds are stacked against him and the temptation of his old gangster ways might be too much for Tony to handle151ocn224496778visu20040.21Athens : 2004Includes footage from every Australian medal won61ocn060026020book19890.28Elson, Martin JProviding for motorised water sports51ocn861308414book20120.20Thorpe, IanThis is meBiographyIan Thorpe is one of the world's most prolific sportsmen, but it is the way he has managed his success and his commitment to helping others that has earned him respect and admiration internationally. Thorpe's autobiography follows him all the way from his childhood in Sydney right back up to the pinnacle of London 201241ocn074956513book19910.47Thorpe, IanKomoren31ocn222565230com[Olympic Games - Sydney, 2000 - Australian Internet sites - record 1]BibliographyDesigns and plansMiscellaneaA collection of internet sites concerned with different aspects of Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Includes information on olympic studies, olympic business opportunities, olympic souvenirs, travel and accommodation, local and state governments' involvements etc. New sites will be added from time to time and responsible organisations will be given an added entry21ocn802815619visu20120.47Turning the tablesIntroduced by Ian Thorpe, this week's program is about a dynamic young indigenous man who's emerged as one of Australia's youngest CEOs. He's Jack Manning Bancroft and he is as comfortable in a hoodie as he is in a suit. As a seventeen year old Manning Bancroft won a scholarship to prestigious Paul's College at Sydney University. He says he was initially angered by the levels of privilege that he witnessed there. So he conceived the idea of starting a mentoring program to pair privileged kids with disadvantaged kids for their mutual benefit. It became AIME, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience and it's credited with helping hundreds of disadvantaged kids finish school and go on to university. It's attracted support and interest from some heavy hitters, including swim legend Ian Thorpe who managed to obtain support from some major corporate players11ocn841436154visu20080.47Close the gap a campaign for indigenous health equalityUnfortunately, indigenous Australians have a 17-year shorter gap in life expectancy than non-indigenous Australians. More than 185,000 Australians have signed the Close the Gap pledge to call on the government to recognise indigenous Australians' right to lead a healthy life. Cathy Freeman and Ian Thorpe launched the 2007 Close the gap campaign supported by Oxfam Australia12ocn675298727book2003Thorpe, IanYume wa kanau11ocn752402997book20110.47Thorpe, IanCook for your life+-+332411592632411ocn812663038book2009Reconciliation, AustraliaReconciliation in sport11ocn271828720visu20070.47Action earth1171ocn061749023book20040.15Hunter, GregIan Thorpe : the biographyBiography+-+5781850596324911ocn155754008book20020.06Thorpe, IanLive your dreamsJuvenile worksBiography+-+5470950136324841ocn223004804book20020.01Sheppard, BarrieIan ThorpeJuvenile worksBiography811ocn794296610book20120.14Thorpe, IanThe SwimmerBiographyIan Thorpe's achievements in the water are nothing short of phenomenal. He has won a record-holding eleven World Championship titles and ten Commonwealth Games gold medals. He has broken twenty-two world records and won five gold, three silver and one bronze Olympic medals511ocn084747143book20020.16Swanton, WillIan Thorpe : early days : unauthorised biographyBiography+-+4761452236324368ocn862658670book20120.20Thorpe, IanThis is meBiographyIan Thorpe's achievements in the water are nothing short of phenomenal. He has won a record-holding eleven World Championship titles and ten Commonwealth Games gold medals. He has broken twenty-two world records and won five gold, three silver and one bronze Olympic medals. Having been under the spotlight since he was a young teenager, Thorpe retired from competitive swimming in 2006 because of the intense pressure he felt, but five years later he decided to make a hugely publicised comeback291ocn223226824book20020.01Anderson, WendyIan ThorpeBiography+-+4821706705324272ocn815506292book20120.10Thorpe, IanIan Thorpe : this is meBiographyIan Thorpe's achievements in the water are nothing short of phenomenal. He has won a record-holding eleven World Championship titles and ten Commonwealth Games gold medals. He has broken twenty-two world records and won five gold, three silver and one bronze Olympic medals. Having been under the spotlight since he was a young teenager, Thorpe retired from competitive swimming in 2006 because of the intense pressure he felt, but five years later he decided to make a hugely publicised comeback. Ian is one of the world's most successful sportsmen, but it is the way he has managed his triumphs and his commitment to helping others that have earned him respect and admiration internationally. Thorpe's autobiography follows him all the way from his childhood in Sydney right up to the London Olympics.This is a man who has had highs and lows away from the pool, who has led an extraordinary life of an elite athlete that most of us will never know, who has faced up to his own demons, and who has the courage to come back and stake his claim for the ultimate goal once more141ocn156769914rcrd20060.10Hunter, GregIan Thorpe the biographyBiography+-+5085407915324112ocn810411654visu20120.19Ian Thorpe the swimmerBiographyIn November 2006 Ian Thorpe, Australia's most successful Olympian, announced his retirement from competitive swimming. Aged 24 and the winner of nine Olympic medals, including five gold, he was adamant that a return to the sport was out of the question. He stepped from the limelight much as he first came to it: articulate, but strangely remote with the media and the public, and without the tribal markings of any familiar kind of Australian male. His short life only came into focus in water, where his efficiency and consistency, his line through the pool, elevated swimming to a kind of art. Now that was gone. Then, in October 2010, he began a comeback - his goal, victory at the London Olympics. Immediately friends and filmmakers Gregor Jordan and Simone Kessell started interviewing and filming Ian as he trained, secretly at first, then as he competed in lead-up events to the Olympic Trials in Adelaide in March 2012. We all know how the competitive swimming part of this story ends: defeat. What the film reveals are the inner struggles of Ian Thorpe not just to swim fast, but to rewrite his sporting legend, re-engage with the public and discover a different relationship with water itself. This 60-minute film is a rollercoaster ride in which Thorpe and the filmmakers plumb his depths but find, despite failure at the Trials, a surprising redemptive ending. Ian Thorpe learns to love swimming again. And he learns to value truly the extraordinary champion he was - just as he comes to terms with being a more ordinary man now31ocn681936808visu20030.10Ian Thorpe beneath the suitBiographyIan Thorpe : beneath the suit is an interactive sports info-tainment resource providing an accurate, informative and 'holistic' insight into one of the greatest swimming champions of all time. The DVD presents analysis and interactive information on Ian's swimming ability and technique as well as biographical information and personal interviews with Ian about his life outside the pool31ocn222713081comIan ThorpeBiographySite includes news and information about Ian Thorpe, statistics, photographs, training/racing tips and a forum21ocn155724397book20020.47Anderson, WendyLivewire Australian celebrities: Ian ThorpeBiography+-+482170670532421ocn062541701visu20050.47Meeting Miss MenziesLooks at Australian Olympic gold medallist Ian Thorpe's controversial decision to appoint former art teacher Tracey Menzies as his swimming coach in place of long time coach and mentor, Doug Frost, and how that choice has paid off11ocn224946740com2006Wallace, Robert JamesIan Thorpe announces his retirement from competitive swimming, Sydney, New South Wales, 21 November, 2006PhotographsPortraitsIan Thorpe at the media conference in which the 24 year old Olympic gold medal swimmer announced his retirement from swimming. The announcement was made to a large gathering of media in the Brisbane Room of the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, Sydney, New South Wales11ocn224917357visu20050.47Meeting Miss MenziesBiographyOff-air recording of television program broadcast on February 19, 2005 and date copied on February 22, 2005 made by : Bundoora, Vic. : La Trobe University, The Borchardt Library. OA2005-00711ocn223246354visu2000McDougall, WendyThe token athlete photo but definitely not a token athlete! Ian Thorpe!, 3 October 2000PhotographsPortraits11ocn841523620file2013Thorpe, IanThis is me the autobiographyBiographyIan Thorpe's achievements in the water are nothing short of phenomenal. He has won a record-holding eleven World Championship titles and ten Commonwealth Games gold medals. He has broken twenty-two world records and won five gold, three silver and one bronze Olympic medals. Having been under the spotlight since he was a young teenager, Thorpe retired from competitive swimming in 2006 because of the intense pressure he felt, but five years later he decided to make a hugely publicised comeback. Ian is one of the world's most successful sportsmen, but it is the way he has managed his triumphs and his commitment to helping others that have earned him respect and admiration internationally. This is a man who has had highs and lows away from the pool, who has led an extraordinary life of an elite athlete that most of us will never know, who has faced up to his own demons, and who has the courage to come back and stake his claim for the ultimate goal once more11ocn765653582rcrd2010Hunter, GregIan Thorpe, the biographyBiographyA powerfully honest insight into the world of this amazing swimmer11ocn861503530book19980.10The Olympic Club magazine+-+5515647825324+-+5515647825324Fri Mar 21 15:53:47 EDT 2014batch24356