SWIMMING: Steeled by his London Olympic critics, James Magnussen has gone to "another level" at training as he prepares to come under scrutiny again at his first meet since his 2012 Games disappointment.
With concern mounting about the pace of progress for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro, the IOC warned Brazilian organisers on Tuesday that "time is ticking" and they must attack the project "with all vigour" to ensure that the first Olympics in South America are a success.
BADMINTON: The Badminton World Federation on Friday announced changes to Olympic doubles rules following a match-throwing scandal at the London Games, but said it would take no further action against coaches.
A new plan released today aims to develop coaches, nurture young talent and encourage more women to play sport.
I am pleased that the Winning Edge game plan today announced by the Chairman of the ASC, John Wylie, is clearly focused on the steps necessary to ensure continued international success across all sports.
Gold medal winning sailor Mathew Belcher has today started his Rio 2016 Olympic Games campaign, announcing that he will sail with new crew Will Ryan.
The Board of Swimming Australia has accepted the resignation of Chief Executive, Kevin Neil.
John Coates admits the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) must tread carefully in its anti-doping crackdown, but is adamant cyclist Matt White has served on his last Games team.
WATER POLO: Water Polo Australia’s High Performance program has been given a massive post-Olympics boost with the re-appointment of long-term Aussie Stingers Head Coach Greg McFadden.
SAILING: The International Sailing Federation has done a complete 360 on its decision to scrap windsurfing at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.