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‘I’m not straight’ – swimming champ Ian Thorpe

Five-times Olympic champion Ian Thorpe has revealed he is gay in a tell-all TV interview.

Swimmer Ian Thorpe in intensive care

Australia's most decorated Olympian, swimmer Ian Thorpe, has been booked into intensive care with two potentially deadly infections.

Addicts deserve the right to anonymity

Philip Seymour Hoffman's addiction has been handled with pity, but swimmer Ian Thorpe has been lambasted despite uncertainty about his health.

Thorpe ‘pretty happy’ despite comeback setback

Ian Thorpe's comeback to competitive swimming has suffered a setback in Beijing, but he says he is "pretty happy" with his results so far.

Thorpedo gets first-swim jitters out of the way

Ian Thorpe has said he was glad he made a successful return to international swimming in Singapore after a five-year retirement period.

Thorpe frets over comeback race

Former Olympic swimming champion Ian Thorpe has admitted he's nervous as he prepares for his first competitive race in five years.

Thorpe to return for London Olympics

Five-time Olympic freestyle champion Ian Thorpe announced his return to swimming for the 2012 London games on Wednesday.

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