Group of friends were swimming at an isolated water hole in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park southeast of Darwin
The fish already injured swimmers cooling down from the heat last month
I was waiting for the Australian author, Christos Tsiolkas to begin his first UK event this week and, as the audience filed in from the drizzle, I noticed a particular absence in the room. That of women. It was just me until – phew – three others slunk in. Tsiolkas's reading at a Bloomsbury basement bar had been organised by the bookshop Gay's the Word, so the clue was in the title, but I was thrown at first, to be among an audience with shared affinities that reared themselves – fascinatingly – during the discussion.
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A seven-year-old girl lost part of her finger in the attack by a shoal of the meat-eating fish
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Jamieson sent out a tweet confirming he suffered an irregular heartbeat but is already back in the pool
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The legacy of Britain's disappointing performance in the pool at London 2012 has finally hit home. After suffering a £4m cut in funding, having picked up only three medals last year, British Swimming has announced that the former world champion Keri-Anne Payne and two-time European gold medallist Lizzie Simmonds are among those to have lost their personal funding for 2014.
He had to battle bad weather and jelly fish stings to make the marathon journey
On the Hawaiian island of Oahu, it’s not the widely known sporting icons who are the most revered, but surfer Eddie Aikau.