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2 CAMDEN-NARELLAN ADVERTISER NEWS 1-12,16-22 # News 13-14 # Opinion 23 # People & Places 27 # Community # Entertainment 28-29 33-36 # Home 38-43 # Classifieds # FIND Sport US ON FACEBOOK 49-52 camden-narellanadvertiser Min: Max: Min: Max: CONTACTS General inquiries: (02) 4640 5151 Email: rdickins@ Classifieds: 13 24 25 Post/visit: 1/1-3 Elyard Street, Narellan, NSW, 2567 Wednesday August 24, 2016 An eventful Olympics campaign RIO 2016 THE 2016 Rio Olympics may have drawn disappoint- ment from some corners of the Australian media, but the Macarthur community could not be more proud of its athletes. In an Olympic campaign which saw records shatter, pools turn green and public safety at an all-time low, competitors from Macarthur were quiet achievers who represented their sports and their country with pride. One Camden-born athlete picked up the best reward an Olympian could hope for. Chloe Esposito – who was born in Camden, lived in Casula, trained in Kemps Creek and is based in Hunga- ry – shocked the world with her gold medal performance in the modern pentathlon. “I can't describe it,” the 24-year-old told Fairfax Me- dia. “It's just the best feeling ever. All my hard work has finally paid off.” Chloe’s father Daniel coached both her and 19-year-old brother Max in the sport he represented Australia in at the 1984 Olym- pics. Max also performed well, finishing seventh as the youngest competitor in his field. Macarthur Triathlon Club member and Camden-raised athlete Erin Densham – a three-time Olympian and 2012 bronze medallist – completed the triathlon in just under two hours. She placed 12 overall and was the second-placed Australian in the race, be- hind Emma Moffatt. “To finish my third Olym- pics the way I did, I couldn’t be prouder,” Densham told Triathlon Australia. Macarthur Triathlon Club president Glenn Schwarzel said it was great to see Den- sham perform so well and the club “couldn’t be any more delighted”. Currans Hill’s Warren Potent finished 35th in his shooting event, Werombi’s Shane Rose picked up a team bronze in eventing and Rose- meadow soccer star Alanna Kennedy was knocked out in a heartbreaking quarter-final against Brazil. GOLDEN GIRL: Chloe Esposito clutches her hard-earned gold medal at the podium ceremony in Rio. Picture: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images Chloe's 19-year-old brother Max finished just shy of pentathlon placings. HARD WORKER: Erin Densham toughed it out in the cycling leg of the triathlon in Brazil. Picture: Delly Carr/ Triathlon Australia The Camden-Narellan Advertiser at 1/1-3 Elyard Street, Narellan, NSW, is printed and published by Australian Community Media ABN 20000014700. Telephone 02 4640 5151. Scott’s Corner From Paul Wakeling Motor Group oupp Managing ag a M n g ingg Director, Scott Wakeling Holden held its bi-annual dealer business meeting last week in Brisbane. The purpose of the meeting was to download to dealers some of the things Holden are doing in the marketplace, and to show us some of the new models heading our way. Some of you may recall that Holden stated recently that by 2020 there would be 24 new models hitting dealers showrooms…well we are now starting to see some of the cars arrive. The next new one for us is the Colorado Truck, this vehicle has had major upgrades not only externally, but more dramatically internally, and now sits at the pinnacle of the available truck range in Australia, a true leap forward. Dealers were also shown some future product in the European car of the year Holden Astra, some revised models in Trax and Barina and a couple of surprises that had us all grinning…the confidence of the dealers leaving the meeting was amazingly high and gave testament to the hard work k Holden have done to bring great feature rich content to our market…I personally can’t wait for the Astra, but I’m sure going to sit my bum in a new Colorado first!! They’ll hit our showroom September 1st so head on down from then on for a look at how serious Holden is about change…. Paul Wakeling Motor Group Cnr Blaxland & Mill Roads, Campbelltown. 4628 1444 Camden Valley Motors Cnr Camden Valley Way & Anderson Rd, Smeaton Grange 4655 5000 OVER $ 1 , 000 , 000 raised to support Camden and Campbelltown Hospitals since 1997. and still going! hur a c a rt rs a g M ye i r D vin or 30 f