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Noel Frederick Freeman (born 24 December 1938) is an Australian former athlete who competed mainly in the 20 kilometre walk.
Born in [[Preston, Melbourne, Victoria ]], Frederick competed for Australia in the 1960 Summer Olympics held in Rome in the 20 kilometre walk where he won the Silver medal. He was disqualified in the longer 50 km event whilst in the leading group.
Four years later he took fourth in the 20 km event in Tokyo.
In the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh he was the winner of the 20 Mile Walk, ahead of Fellow Australian Bob Gardiner and Scot Bill Sutherland.
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