AOT: Leading Australian consumer law firm Slater and Gordon has been announced as the Official Law Firm of the Australian Olympic Team during an event in Sydney.
Two-time World Champion Alex “Chumpy” Pullin finished third in the men’s final in Spain to finish the season ranked second overall.
Commonwealth Games finalist Jeff Riseley headlined a contingent of eight Australians who qualified for Beijing 2015 at the IAAF Melbourne World Challenge.
Former Queensland Reds Elite Development flanker Brad Wilkin is set for his World Series debut after being named in Men's Sevens squad for the Hong Kong tournament.
Returning swimming champion Grant Hackett will stick to his plan of earning a spot in next year's Olympics through the 200m freestyle.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is open to the idea of Brisbane hosting the 2028 Olympic Games, the city's mayor says.
The IOC plans to retest hundreds of doping samples in a bid to catch any drug cheats.
Organisers of next year's Rio Olympics have unveiled the full program of test events in the lead-up to the first ever Games in South America.
ROWING: Triple Olympian and Beijing 2008 gold medallist Scott Brennan has formally announced his retirement from rowing.
HOCKEY: Debutants and veteran members of the Australian Men’s Hockey team, the Kookaburras, have their eyes firmly set on gold at the end of their Road to Rio.