The AOC has introduced new rules forcing athletes and officials to truthfully answer all questions put to them by the doping authority, ASADA.
TEAM: The AOC is proud to announce an extension of our longstanding partnership with Qantas, who have renewed their association with the Australian Olympic Team until 2016.
SAILING: Australian sailors have won two gold medals on the final day of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in Hyeres, France,
SWIMMING: David McKeon and Bronte Barratt have become the first Australians to book their place at this year’s FINA World Championships, with convincing wins on the first night of finals at the 2013 Australian Swimming Championships in Adelaide.
BASKETBALL: Andrej Lemanis has been named as the new head coach of the Australian men's basketball team.
FUNDING: Australian national sporting organisations have today learnt their funding allocations from the Australian Government for 2013-14 with Australian Sports Commission (ASC) Chair John Wylie AM announcing the breakdown in almost $120 million in government investment.
SAILING: They competed side by side at the London Olympics, winning silver medals together as part of Australia's world-beating sailing team.
GOLF: Adam Scott became an instant national hero when he won the US Masters on Sunday, snapping one of the country's great sporting hoodoos.
The President of the AOC, John Coates, is confident Australia’s swimmers will be a force at the 2016 Rio Olympics. As part of his President’s Review in the AOC’s Annual Report, Coates says
RUGBY SEVENS: The Australian Rugby Union is quietly confident the lure of an Olympic Games gold medal will keep superstar Israel Folau in the code.