Athletics World Championships 1998

Australia won 73 medals –¬† 33 gold, 20 silver and 20 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

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Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Gary Aberley
  • Shayne Allen
  • Kieran Ault-Connell
  • Wayne Bell
  • Malcolm Bennett
  • Anthony Biddle
  • Russell Billingham
  • Fabian Blatttman
  • Todd Burmester
  • Damien Burroughs
  • Samuel Clark
  • Leroi Court
  • Mark Davies
  • Michael Dowling
  • Stephen Eaton
  • Don Elgin
  • Michael Farrent
  • Anton Flavel
  • Heath Francis
  • Neil Fuller
  • David Goodman
  • Adrian Grogan
  • Brian Harvey
  • Lachlan Jones
  • Andrew Laggner
  • John Lindsay
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Kerrod McGregor
  • Jeff McNeill
  • Paul Mitchell
  • Paul Nunnari
  • Andrew Pope
  • Sam Rickard
  • Daniel Sharp
  • Ryan Sherry
  • Russell Short
  • Greg Smith
  • Jason Smith
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Bradley Thomas
  • Darren Thrupp
  • Geoff Trappett
  • Dean Turner
  • Matthew Van Eldik
  • Paul Wiggins
  • Stephen Wilson

Women

  • Jo Astley
  • Angela Ballard
  • Joanne Bradshaw
  • Christine Dawes (Skelton)
  • Madelyn Ehlers
  • Rebecca Feldman
  • Lynda Holt
  • Julie Iles
  • Norma Koplick
  • Tanya Krome
  • Holly Ladmore
  • Lisa Llorens
  • Elizabeth ‘Lisa’ McIntosh
  • Sarnya Parker
  • Sally Procter
  • Alison Quinn
  • Sharon Rackham
  • Louise Sauvage
  • Meaghan Starr
  • Claire Summersgill
  • Sue Trindall
  • Katrina Webb
  • Trish Whittaker
  • Nicole Wilkinson
  • Jodi Willis-Roberts
  • Amy Winters

Australian team and results at the 2nd IPC World Athletics Championships, Birmingham, England, 6-16 August 1998.