We take a look at what the Team Emageo Athletes have been up to on the social media front over the last week.

Well this week had it all for #TeamEmageo, so sit back, relax and indulge yourself in a huge edition of the Social Muster.

Unfortunately we need to kick this week off with some unfortunate news from Casey Dellacqua.

This morning Casey released via Instagram that concussion and whiplash has forced her out of the WTA Finals in Singapore.



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We know Casey is very thankful of all the support she has received and will be back fitter than ever for 2016.



Now, from one special mum to another.

Lisa Weightman made her return to competitive running on Sunday and what a return it was.

A national title and a race record if you don’t mind.



And all that in her first race in 2 years following injury and motherhood.

Things moving on nicely as she builds toward Rio next year.



Her biggest supporter has to be baby Pete.


Here’s the little man before:




And Mum getting straight back to reality the next day:


While it was great to see so much support on social media for Lisa including a couple of Aussie greats.


Now onto a couple of the blokes.

John Peers had a huge week.

Bring on London Johnny …


Before the finals though, Peers and Murray are searching for a win in Vienna.

They are into the semi finals tonight.

A little practice w #jamiemurray before our match tonight! @erstebankopen500 @princesports @strydaforce

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Rhys Mainstone finished off the year as one of the World Best Swimmers.


It was a massive year for the West Aussie finishing the season third overall and becoming the first Aussie to win three World Cup races.

Great work Rhys!

Jason Behrendorff got some huge news during the week with selection in the PM XI and CA XI to tackle NZ across the weekend in his former home town of Canberra.

Hello Canberra! Back for another PMXI this time against NZ @jdorff5 #PMXI #cricket #canberra #manukaoval #australia #newzealand

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Fingers crossed the new wheels can help with a few wickets.


Before he flew in, the great man was in Sydney for an ACA meeting.

See if you can find him here #WhereIsDorff


While Dorff likes to keep things modest, Matty Eden was more than happy to get his rig out.


… if you looked like that why wouldn’t you.

Ebden is back home for a short break, making the most of the Perth sunshine with family and friends.

Home 🏡😍 #wildwest #noplacelikehome #soulfood

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And so is Mainstone, what’s up skip?

#leanback #chillin #yanchepnationalpark #perth #straya #perthisok @jbrooklyn96 @rhys.mainstone

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Like always let’s wrap things up with from where you’d rather be.

Matty and Rhys were close with their snap shots of home.

But once again we couldn’t go past Olivia Rogowska who continues to deliver:

From 30 degrees to -3 in one day. Helloo canadaaaa🇨🇦❄️

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That’s it from us.

It’s been a busy week and we look forward to bringing you another edition next Friday.

Once again congrats to Lisa, John, Dorff and Rhys, and best wishes Casey on a speedy recovery.

Athlete Profiles
Alex Beck


Casey Dellacqua


Ryan Bailie


Olivia Rogowska


Matt Ebden


Lisa Weightman


Kevin Moore


Lisa Corrigan


Jason Behrendorff


Jody Heny


Michael Freiberg


Rhys Mainstone


Will Bosisto


Nicole Bolton


Sam Whiteman


Joel Paris


Josh Nicholas


Ben Offereins