CYCLING - ROAD: Rachel Neylan has produced a superb performance to finish second behind Dutch star Marianne Vos in the 129km women's race at the cycling world road titles in the Netherlands.
Dual Olympic gold medallist Michael Diamond (Gold Coast, QLD) will shoot for the first time since the 2012 London Olympic Games men’s trap final this weekend at the World Cup Final in Maribor, Slovenia.
SWIMMING: London Olympian Tommaso D’Orsogna and EnergyAustralia Short Course Championships king and 2010 Youth Olympian Kenneth To will help lead the Australian team at the 2012 World Short Course Championships in Turkey in December.
CYCLING: Australia has put two riders on the podium in the under 23 time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in the Netherlands.
BMX: Olympians Caroline Buchanan and Sam Willoughby have retained their respective BMX World Cup titles, surviving crash-marred races in the final round on Saturday at Abbotsford in Canada.
Australian record-holder Ellen Fullerton has won her fourth national 400m IM short course title in five years on the first night of the 2012 EnergyAustralia Short Course Swimming Championships in Perth.
VOLLEYBALL: Australia played their final match of the 2012 AVC Cup against the National Senior Team of Myanmar today, to determine 7th and 8th positions for this event.
MODERN PENTATHLON: American Margaux Isaksen has used all her experience to run away with the Junior World Championships gold in Drzonkow, Poland, with Australia's Chloe Esposito taking bronze.
MODERN PENTATHLON: For many of the girls lining up in the final, it is their last chance to become Junior World Champion, or win a medal.
VOLLEYBALL: The team now widely referred to in Australian sport as “The Volleyroos” – the Australian Men’s Indoor Volleyball Team may have missed the medal rounds at the London Olympics but they have landed a deserved consolation prize – a huge jump in the world rankings from 22 before the Games to 11th in the world at the Games end.