After 11 days of hot competition, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games came to an end last night and the future of Australian Olympic sport is looking bright.
Olympic representative Carrie Smith has been appointed as Head of State Coaching in Victoria, Australian Sailing Performance Director Iain Murray announced last night.
Rio Olympic bronze medallist Shane Rose proved he is well on target for this September’s FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, USA, after a dominant display at the Australian Eventing Championships at Equestriad last weekend.
Casey Dellacqua has brought down the curtain on a glittering 16-year pro career that featured a top-30 singles ranking, seven WTA doubles titles, two Olympic Games and Grand Slam success.
The Australian Sailing Team was celebrating significant victories at the end of the Palma regatta, which drew more than 1200 sailors from 62 countries sailing in 870 boats.
It was a landmark day for Australian surfing, with Stephanie Gilmore claiming the women's No.1 ranking after beating Hawaiian Tatiana Weston-Webb, while surfing legend Mick Fanning finishes second in his final competition at Bells Beach.
The pathway to qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics for the Australian Softball and Baseball teams has become clearer after an announcement made by the World Baseball Softball Confederation.
Australia’s Emily Little has capped off a tumultuous 2016-2018 season by being Floor Champion in the International Gymnastics Federation’s (FIG) Individual Apparatus World Cup Series.
The Australian Diving Team has returned home after a successful campaign at the first two legs of the FINA Diving World Series 2018 in Beijing and Fuji. The team has come away with three medals and four top five performances.
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Chantelle and Robert Newbery became the first husband and wife to win medals at the same Olympic Games in Athens 2004. Clayton and Lucinda Fredericks (equestrian) also achieved this feat at the 2008 Beijing Games.
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At London 2012 Australia won 7 gold medals, 16 silver and 12 bronze, a total of 35 medals.