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Why is the Southern Cross beating the Maple Leaf?

Why is the Southern Cross beating the Maple Leaf?

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Luke will discuss the differences in the Australian sporting system Vs the Canadian. He will also attempt to establish reasons for Australia being ranked higher in the world in both men's and women's basketball, depsite a smaller population.
Luke will discuss the differences in the Australian sporting system Vs the Canadian. He will also attempt to establish reasons for Australia being ranked higher in the world in both men's and women's basketball, depsite a smaller population.

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Why is the Southern cross beating the Maple Leaf?

• Current population 21
million (google.com) • 600,000 registered basketball players (Basketball Australia Website). •The Australian Alps receive more snow per year than the Swiss (squidoo.com).

Current population 33 million (google.com) • Approx. 650,000 registered in Canada (raptors.com, 2009). •A black bear cub from Canada named Winnipeg (Winnie) is the bear that inspired Winnie the Pooh.

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•700 sporting scholarships per year •142 Olympic medals won by AIS

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China (CHN) United States (USA)

Current FIBA ranking: 11th (men) 3rd (women) NBA & WNBA: 4 men 7 women Best International Results: 2003 Junior World Champions, 4th Sydney, Atlanta Olympics (men), 2006 World Champions, Silver Sydney, Athens, Beijing Olympics (women)

Current FIBA ranking: 19th (men) 12th (women) NBA & WNBA: 4 men 1 woman Best International Results: Silver Berlin Olympics, 4th place twice (men), 4th 2009 Junior World Champs, 10th Sydney Olympics (women)

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