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Weekend wrap - Monday 11 May

Weekend wrap - Monday 11 May

11 May 2015

Catch up on all the news from the weekend, including a huge AOC Annual General Meeting, athletics grand prix, Rugby 7s action in Glasgow and the BMX World Cup second round.

AOC changes constitution to recognise indigenous heritage

AOC changes constitution to recognise indigenous heritage

9 May 2015

AOC: Members at the Australian Olympic Committee Annual General Meeting in Sydney today have unanimously voted to amend the Constitution to recognise the nation’s first people.

Seven expands Olympic partnership to support Australian Team

Seven expands Olympic partnership to support Australian Team

9 May 2015

Seven West Media Group has underlined its commitment to the Olympic Movement in Australia by becoming an Official Partner of the Australian Olympic Team.

Coates - ASADA's hands tied behind its back

Coates - ASADA's hands tied behind its back

9 May 2015

AOC: John Coates, has told the AOC Annual General Meeting a lack of investigative powers has left ASADA “with its hands tied behind its back”.

Olympic Order awarded to Helen Brownlee

Olympic Order awarded to Helen Brownlee

5 May 2015

The Vice President of the AOC, Helen Brownlee, has been awarded the Olympic Order for her contribution to world sport and her dedication to upholding the Olympic ideals.

Bach enthusiastic for Brisbane and rules out joint city bid

Bach enthusiastic for Brisbane and rules out joint city bid

30 April 2015

2028 BID: IOC President Thomas Bach has ruled out a joint bid from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane for the 2028 Olympic Games but remains enthusiastic for a Brisbane bid that would encompass the region of south-east Queensland.

Social wrap: IOC President Thomas Bach visits Australia

Social wrap: IOC President Thomas Bach visits Australia

30 April 2015

Catch up on the social coverage of IOC President Thomas Bach's visit to Australia.

Bach ‘very satisfied’ with ‘emotional’ day in Australia

Bach ‘very satisfied’ with ‘emotional’ day in Australia

29 April 2015

AOC: IOC President Thomas Bach had not been to Australia since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and it took no time at all to ‘really feel at home again amongst friends’.

Olympics boss talks up 2028 Games bid

Olympics boss talks up 2028 Games bid

29 April 2015

IOC president Thomas Bach says Australia's famous love of sport gives it a great chance of hosting the 2028 Olympics, if an expected bid from south-east Queensland eventuates.

Bach meets Prime Minister and tours Sydney Olympic Park

Bach meets Prime Minister and tours Sydney Olympic Park

29 April 2015

AOC: IOC President Thomas Bach has had a busy day in Australia meeting with the most powerful man in the country Prime Minister Tony Abbott and talking about a potential future Olympic bid and the legacy of Sydney 2000 with other important dignitaries.

Weekly Wrap - 30 May 2016

2016 Triathlon Team announced

Did you know?

Twins John and Tom Anderson both won gold medals in different sailing events at the 1972 Munich Olympics.