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  Cathy Freeman 18 June 2004  
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What does the future hold after the Sydney Olympics?

Cathy Freeman is only the second Australian aboriginal women to win an Olympic gold medal.  She cut a distinctive figure in her swift suit during the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

Now, one year after retiring from athletics, she's publishing her autobiography. She joins Martha to discuss the journey to fulfilling her childhood dream.

Cathy: My Autobiography, published by Highdown


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