The Qantas Australian Men's Sevens program has released details of its off-season schedule as the squad prepares for the crucial Oceania Olympic Qualification tournament taking place in Auckland on the weekend of 14/15 November.
ATHLETICS: Over 20 Australian athletes will compete at events across the globe in the coming seven days to deliver arguably the most action-packed week of the international season so far.
The Aussie men's water polo team hope a playing style built on steely defence will propel them into the top six in their FINA World Championships water polo campaign.
Wallaby winger Henry Speight has agreed a new three-year deal with Australian Rugby that will see him remain with the ACT Brumbies through to the end of 2018 and join the Qantas Australian Sevens Program in 2016.
Adam Gibson’s NBL season may have finished on February 28 but with Australian Boomers’ selection in the offing, there was little time for the 28-year old to take his foot off the gas.
CANOE/KAYAK: Australia’s best young sprint paddlers will race against more than 1000 competitors from 62 countries at the ICF Junior and U23 World Championships in Portugal.
Australian hockey goalscoring machine Blake Govers has been promoted to the men's senior squad, following the teenager's outstanding performances recently for the national side.
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