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The Tasmanian Sporting Hall of Fame 2017 has welcomed two new members.
The two new inductees into the Tasmanian Sporting Hall of Fame are household names and legends in their respective sports -- five-time Olympic rower Anthony Edwards and former Australian Test cricket captain Ricky Ponting AO.
Both athletes competed with distinction at State and International level for more than two decades. Anthony won two silver and one bronze medal in a 20-year international rowing career and Ricky holds the runs record for Australia in both Test matches and ODI games and has the most Test centuries at 41.
In retirement both men are giving back to our community, helping young people with cancer.
Anthony is a project manager for the Cancer Council of Tasmania and the Relay for Life.
In 2008, Ricky Ponting and his wife, Rianna, established the Ponting Foundation which has raised in excess of $10 million to support young Australians with cancer and their families.