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The Dragon’s Journey,
A Memoir.

Longy’s life is a study of the times, indeed a journal of recent history. War, death, politics, violence, crime, refugees, integration, racism. Forwarded by Rupert Murdoch and Frank Lowy

About Duy Long Nguyen

Duy Long Nguyen or Longy Nguyen has established an international reputation for having the world’s most famous hands. His corrective handwork form, and sports injury methods are based on combined therapies of the east and the west. He has safely and effectively assisted world champions, elite sports people and Hollywood action stars.

Health Merchandise

The Daily Telegraph February 14th 2004

Chronic pain

Longy has treated all manner of sports injuries. His proven abilities have taken him to the highest levels of world sport. Longy has had charge of some of the world’s most elite athletes. Working closely with Doctors, Physiotherapists and coaches, Longy’s injury treatments delivered serious solutions to the athlete’s injuries and secured their speedy return to winning form and injury free.

The Daily Telegraph, Nov. 3rd 2003  (Keanu Reeves, Longy Nguyen and Hugo Weaving at the world Matrix premiere)

Longy Nguyen has safely delivered Jimmy Cassidy’s (Pumper) winning form in his comeback year 1996, until his retirement 2016. Jimmy Cassidy is acknowledged as one of the best jockeys of all time and was the 3rd man in history to win 104 Group 1 races. He is also a two time Melbourne Cup winner, and is a three-time winner of the Australian Derby. Inducted into the Australian and New Zealand Hall of Fame.

From the deep jungles of Vietnam to the sport fields of the
world

Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004 Olympics, Longy was on hand to ensure injury free
athletes at camp training of the British Olympic Track and Field Team lead by Linford
Christie, who’s team went on to harvest all colour of medals for England. Longy’s
proud in his career to have assisted the British, but even prouder to wear the green and
gold for his own adopted country Australia.

At age 10 Longy was one of the youngest South Vietnamese to receive a Tae kwon Do black belt. In 1980, Longy was rescued by the Japanese in the South Pacific ocean, arriving in Australia 1981, as a refugee.

In 1983 Longy became a qualified instructor in both Tae Kwon Do and Karate Budokan while attending Seven Hills High School in NSW. By 1996, he was alongside legendary and Hall of Fame trainer Johnny Lewis as a corner man. Longy assisted many champions and Hall of Fame boxers such as Troy Waters, Shannan Taylor, ( Hall of Fame ) Anthony Mundine, Danny Green, and Gairy St Claire.

For Three seasons (1996 – 1998) Longy Nguyen joined the Manly Sea Eagles under
coach Bob Fulton. Queensland State of Origin team 1996 and 1997 and rugby league
test team as a sports injury therapist and trainer.

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