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adidas and the Australian Olympic Committee were today joined by several outstanding athletes including Sally Pearson, Mitchell Watt, Craig Mottram, Jess Schipper, Bronte Campbell, Henry Frayne and Cate Campbell to unveil the lightest and fastest team uniform ever worn by the Australian team.
Australia's beach volleyballers have taken an important step towards securing vital places in this year's London Olympics after a dominant performance to win the men's and women's Asian Volleyball Confederation Zone Continental Cups New Zealand.
Olympians Natalie Cook, Tamsin Hinchley, Louise Bawden and Josh Slack will form the nucleus of an eight-strong Australian team named by Volleyball Australia today to contest this month’s all-important second stage of Olympic qualification in New Zealand.
Australia’s Olympic beach volleyball hopefuls Chris McHugh and Josh Slack and Becchara Palmer and Louise Bawden have progressed to the round of 16 in their respective men’s and women’s competitions after the opening day’s play at the Asian Beach Volleyball Championships in Haikou, China.
Pressure is mounting for Australia’s beach volleyball teams to cement their places at the Games. As the countdown clock keeps ticking, having a poor tournament even this far out could be the end of the London dream.
Reunited Olympic duo Tamsin Hinchley and Nat Cook have just won their third straight beach volleyball match at the Olympic test event in London. Four-time Olympian Nat Cook talks about the experience.
The reunited Australian pairing of Natalie Cook and Tamsyn Hinchley have notched up a round one victory against Spain at London's Olympic Games beach volleyball test event.
Four-time Olympian Natalie Cook and her Beijing partner Tamsyn Hinchley will be one of two Australian teams who will contest this week’s 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Test event, in London’s historic Horse Guards Parade starting on August 9.
To some people a year is a long time and the London Olympics seem far away. But for many athletes who train and compete in 6-8 week blocks, there are not many cycles left until their final qualification events. In a blink, it is July 2012.
Beach volleyball champion Natalie Cook will begin her bold quest to become the first Australian woman to compete in five summer Olympics when she leaves Brisbane on Saturday with partner Tara West.