The Australian public can now request tickets to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the first Olympic Games to be held in South America.
With ambitious aims of a top-five finish, the AOC is warning Australia's Olympic hopefuls they'll be in Rio de Janeiro for business not pleasure next year.
The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Golf Course has been revealed – and with a distinct taste of Australia already shining through.
SWIMMING: Nine years after posing for a picture with a young Mack Horton, Grant Hackett says the once doting fan will be our next 1500m Olympic champion.
FOOTBALL: The Australian men's under-23 side have advanced to next year's AFC U-23 Championship after a resounding 5-1 win over Myanmar
RIO 2016: The first Olympic Games in South America are now only 500 days away and the prospect of representing Australia in Rio de Janeiro is what drives athletes all around the country every day.
AOT: Leading Australian consumer law firm Slater and Gordon has been announced as the Official Law Firm of the Australian Olympic Team during an event in Sydney.
Returning swimming champion Grant Hackett will stick to his plan of earning a spot in next year's Olympics through the 200m freestyle.
Organisers of next year's Rio Olympics have unveiled the full program of test events in the lead-up to the first ever Games in South America.
HOCKEY: Debutants and veteran members of the Australian Men’s Hockey team, the Kookaburras, have their eyes firmly set on gold at the end of their Road to Rio.