Dean Kenneally (born 8 March 1967 in Victoria) is an Australian physiotherapist whose area of expertise is hamstring injuries on athletes. Kenneally is the primary team physio for Chelsea FC.
Previously he has worked for Tottenham Hotspur, as well as the Australian and English national athletics teams.
During his active sports career he was an 800 metres runner. His greatest achievement was a silver medal at the 1991 Universiade. He also participated at the 1994 Commonwealth Games, finishing 5th in his heat while affected by an achilles tendon injury incurred 12 days before the heat on 23 August 1994. He also won the Australian 800m Championship in 1990, was placed 3rd in 1991, 2nd in 1992 later running his lifetime best of 1:46.54 in Dijon, France on 12 June 1992 before placing 7th in the World Cup in Havana, Cuba on 26 September 1992. Following an operation on his achilles tendon on 15 April 1995, and a stress fracture of the foot in 1997, he retired to concentrate on his successful Physiotherapy career.
He was educated at Wesley College, Melbourne.
Ellen Gezina Maria van Langen is a Dutch former middle distance runner, who specialised in the 800 metres. A talented but injury-ridden athlete, she was the 1992 Olympic Champion for the women's 800 meters. She is now the director of the FBK games.
Svetlana Aleksandrovna Masterkova is a Russian former middle-distance runner and former women's world record holder for the mile and the current 1000 metres world record world record. At the 1996 Summer Olympics, she won the gold medal in both the 800 metres and 1500 metres.
Arvydas Romas Sabonis is a Lithuanian retired professional basketball player and businessman. Recognized as one of the best European players of all time, he won the Euroscar six times, and the Mr. Europa Award twice. He played in a variety of leagues, and spent seven seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA), in the United States. Playing the center position, Sabonis won a gold medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics, in South Korea, for the Soviet Union, and later earned bronze medals at the 1992 Olympic Games and 1996 Olympic Games, while representing Lithuania. He retired from professional basketball in 2005. Sabonis was selected by the Portland Trail Blazers, in the first round of the 1986 NBA draft, but he did not play his first NBA game until the age of 30, in 1995.
Ralph Douglas Doubell AM is an Australian former athlete, and gold medallist at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Alistair Ian Cragg is an international track and field athlete.
Hans-Jürgen Stefan Schwarz is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a midfielder. Schwarz started off his career with Malmö FF in 1987 before moving on to represent Benfica, Arsenal, Fiorentina, and Valencia until he retired at Sunderland in 2003. Schwarz won 69 caps for the Sweden national team, scoring 6 goals. He represented his country at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 1992, and most notably the 1994 FIFA World Cup where Sweden finished third.
Olmedo Sáenz Sánchez is a Panamanian former Major League Baseball player. Though primarily a pinch hitter, he occasionally played first base or third base.
Robert Owen Kennedy Jr. is an American distance runner. He is considered one of the best American distance runners in history. Now retired, In 1996 he was ranked 4th in the world at the 5000 meters. He once held the American record in the 3000 meters (7:30.84), 2 miles (8:11.59) and the 5000 meters (12:58.21).
Donna Karen Fraser in Thornton Heath, Croydon is a former English athlete, who mainly competed in the 200 and 400 m.
Allen Jay Riemersma is a former American football tight end. He played for the University of Michigan from 1994 to 1995. He next played nine seasons in the NFL for the Buffalo Bills (1996–2002) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2003–2004). In 2007, he accepted a position as the regional director of the Family Research Council. He announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives in September 2009.
Derek Anthony Redmond is a retired British sprinter. During his career, he held the British record for the 400 metres sprint, and won gold medals in the 4x400 metres relay at the World Championships and European Championships.
Richard "Rick" Charles Mitchell is an Australian triple Olympian who competed in the 400 metres and 4 × 400 metres relay. Mitchell won a silver medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics, and also won one gold, two silver, and one bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games in 1978 and 1982.
Damien Marsh is a former Australian 100 metre and 200 metre sprint champion.
Darren Edward Clark is an Australian retired sprinter who specialized in the 400 metres.
Kevin Rey Smith is a former professional American football player who played cornerback in the National Football League for nine seasons for the Dallas Cowboys.
Vicki Huber is a retired American middle distance and cross country runner.
Ivan Ivankov is a retired Belarusian artistic gymnast. The 1994 and 1997 all-around World Champion, and the 1994 and 1996 all-around European Champion, Ivankov has competed for over a decade on the international circuit. Despite his numerous achievements at the World Championships, Europeans and other events, Ivankov has suffered a string of misfortunes at the Olympics, and has never won an Olympic medal.
The 1991–92 NBA season was the Hawks' 43rd season in the National Basketball Association, and 24th season in Atlanta. During the offseason, the Hawks acquired Maurice Cheeks from the New York Knicks. The Hawks had a complete change of guards turning over their backcourt to second-year guard Rumeal Robinson, and top draft pick Stacey Augmon out of UNLV. However, with a 22–20 record in late January, Dominique Wilkins ruptured his achilles tendon and was out for the remainder of the season. Without Wilkins, the Hawks would lose 24 of their final 40 games, including a 7-game losing streak. They finished fifth in the Central Division with a 38–44 record, missing the playoffs and losing a tie-breaker for the #8 seed in the Eastern Conference to the Miami Heat.
Lisa Corrigan is an Australian middle distance runner and the current Australian record holder over the one mile where she set a time of 4.22.6 in 2007. She set her personal best time of 4:05.25, by winning the women's 1500 metres at the Telstra Athletics Series in Sydney. She ran a personal best to beat Tamsyn Lewis over the 800m in 2007 in 2.01.5. She has represented Australia at the Oceania championships 1999, youth commonwealth games 2000, World youth championships 2001, Ekiden relays, Melbourne commonwealth Games 2006, world championships 2007 and Olympic Games 2008.
Nathaniel "Nat" Muir from Salsburgh North Lanarkshire is a Scottish retired long-distance runner. He competed at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships on ten occasions, four times as a junior from 1974 to 1977 and six times as a senior between 1978 and 1987.