WATER POLO: Two-time Olympic bronze medallists Kate Gynther, Mel Rippon and Alicia McCormack and Aussie Sharks stalwarts Gavin Woods, Thomas Whalan, Jamie Beadsworth and Tim Cleland have officially announced their retirement from the sport.
DIVING: Olympic medallists Brittany Broben and Tom Daley headline a sensational group of young divers from around the world who are in Adelaide for the 19th FINA World Junior Diving Championships from October 8-13. Catch all of the action here...
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.
Australian sailing’s successful year on the water has continued off it with three crews named as finalists for the prestigious ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award.
2009 Australian Youth Olympic Festival star Kenneth To has won two gold medals at the FINA World Cup short course event in Dubai overnight.
Australia’s Erin Densham's lead in the race for this year's ITU Triathlon World Championship crown has been narrowed down to just 30 points after the serie's second last round in Yokohama.
MODERN PENTATHLON: What an Olympian decides to do after the Games are over says a lot about their character. Some seamlessly slip back into the arms of family and friends, return to work, uni or even school with Olympic gravitas, and for many it is hard to weigh up the options of where to go or what to do next.
If ever there was one quiet achiever amongst Australia’s Olympic medallists in London this year then triathlete Erin Densham takes the gold.
CYCLING: Anna Meares accepts she can't top her London Olympics heroics but she believes she can get better - and that's the incentive that could keep her on track to Rio 2016.
BASKETBALL: The Australian Emus and Gems have claimed a series sweep of New Zealand to win the 2012 FIBA Oceania Under 19 Championships and book their place at the 2013 FIBA Under 19 World Championships.