Aussie 7s stars, Emma Tonegato and Shannon Parry will make their much-anticipated return from injury this weekend at the Central Coast Sevens as the Rio Olympic stars looks to build strongly towards the Sevens World Series.
The outcomes from Enoshima Olympic Week will have a significant impact on the way Australian Sailing approaches the rest of the Olympiad, Finn sailor Jake Lilley believes.
Aussie Julian Wilson has gone down to Gabriel Medina in the final of the World Surf League event in Portugalbut still remains an outside chance at claiming the overall world title with on event remaining.
Australia’s top Nacra 17 sailors are keen to gain precious experience in the full-foiling boats at Sail Melbourne and Sail Sydney, but confirmation the events will be 100-point regattas is sure to stir the competitive spirit.
Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers is enjoying having the eyes on him heading into the national short course championships in Adelaide starting Thursday.
In a few short weeks, Australian beach volleyballers Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho del Solar have gone from not playing together as seniors to a wonder duo.
Australia’s triathletes are setting themselves for the biggest international and domestic 12 months on record with all roads leading to the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Devonport in Tasmania for a feast of major events.
The Tokyo 2020 Games may be over 1000 days away but some of the nation’s brightest young skateboarders have gotten the chance to begin their path towards Olympic competition at the Australian Institute of Sport over the weekend.
The Australian Boomers team to compete in the first two games of Australia’s FIBA World Cup Qualifiers has been announced, including the game hosted in Adelaide on November 27.
Mat Belcher and Will Ryan have added yet another string to their bow with a convincing Gold medal victory in the 470 class at the World Cup round one event at Gamagori, Japan, while Rio Olympic Gold medallist Tom Burton put in a stirring final day performance to pinch Bronze in the Laser class.
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