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👭 excited, proud & a little nervous 🇦🇺 tonight Loz begins her #Rio2016 campaign – Heat 5 Lane 1 W 400m Hurdles 💚💛 #OneTeam

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💍🇧🇷👊🏼 WATCH: Ringside In Rio Ep 7 – 'Steeple People & #BraSILVER!' ➡️ LINK IN BIO Photo Cred: @harrypiaggio

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Evening session in Rio (Tuesday morning in Australia) Begins 9:30am (AEST)

Dani Samuels (NSW) is making her third Olympic Games appearance in the women’s discus throw qualifying and is a genuine chance to finish on the podium in Rio, with two Olympic finals on her resume already. Add to that, gold from world youth, world junior, Commonwealth Games, world university and world championships – that is some resume.

At 28, Samuels is now at the peak of her powers and is ready for the next step in Rio.

Lauren Wells (ACT), one of Australia’s team leaders in Rio, opens her second Olympic campaign in the women’s 400m hurdles after making the semis in London four years ago. If this nine-time national champion is at her best, she can set her sights on a spot in the final, but first, a tough first round waits.

Check out the Aussie Updates from the Rio Morning Session

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