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AOC: The new chair of the AOC Athletes’ Commission, Kim Crow, says the group will focus on athlete behaviour and look at ways to lift standards heading into the 2016 Rio Olympics and beyond.

AOC Athletes' Commission 2012: (L-R) Ken Wallace, Loudy Wiggins, Steve Hooker, Jenny Owens, Kim Crow, Lauren Mitchell, Paul Murray, James Tomkins. Absent: Anna Meares, Stuart O'Grady

Two sports, cycling and athletics, have representatives on the AOC Athletes’ Commission for the first time since its inception in 1985.

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The Australian Olympic Committee is pleased to announce that the following athletes have been elected onto the AOC’s Athletes' Commission, following voting by team members at the London Games.

New Athletes' Commission

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Lauren Mitchell of Australia practices in the National Indoor Stadium ahead of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

The Australian Olympic Committee is pleased to announce that the following athletes have been elected onto the AOC’s Athlete’s Commission, following voting by team members at the London Games.

Diving wrap up

12 August 2012

DIVING: Something old, something borrowed, something new and something blue… It’s a well-worn wedding phrase and one which probably sums up Australia’s diving campaign at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Diving wrap up

12 August 2012

DIVING: Something old, something borrowed, something new and something blue… It’s a well-worn wedding phrase and one which probably sums up Australia’s diving campaign at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Schoolchildren from around Australia are getting a firsthand experience of what life is like at the Olympic Games, by chatting with athletes in London. The Australian Olympic Committee’s Chat to a Champ program is underway and by the end of the Games there will have been 22 chats with students in every state and territory.

Aussie diving cheer squad out to support Loudy Wiggins and Rachel Bugg in the 10m synchronised platform.

DIVING: The Aquatics Centre is filling up nicely for a showdown in the women’s 10m synchronised platform. The official song of the Games by Muse is playing, the British crowd is out in force for home favourites Tonia Crouch and Sarah Barrow and a cosy pocket of Australians are here to cheer on Loudy Wiggins and Rachel Bugg- including the rest of the Aussie divers.

The Australian diving team pose after the Australian 2012 Olympic Games team announcement at Chandler Aquatic Centre on May 29, 2012 in Brisbane, Australia.

DIVING: Loudy Wiggins and Rachel Bugg take to the tower tomorrow at the London Aquatics Centre with contrasting Olympic experiences but a united focus in the women’s synchronised 10m platform event.

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