Swimming Australia has announced three key appointments to its high performance structure in the countdown to next year’s Rio Olympics.
IOC: The new 24-hour Olympic television channel will be up and running "by April or May 2016", in time for the Rio Games.
EQUESTRIAN: The International Equestrian Federation has stripped France of its spot in team eventing at next year's Olympics because of a doping violation.
Lynn Parker and Matthew Dunn OAM have been awarded the Order of Merit by the NSWOC Executive for 2015
The Australian public can now request tickets to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the first Olympic Games to be held in South America.
22-year-old Tessa Lavey will join 17 other players at the Australian women's basketball team camp in Gosford, Sydney on April 27.
AOC: On the centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli, the Australian Olympic Committee has compiled the following list of Olympians who enlisted in WW I to recognise their service to the country
IOC President Thomas Bach, whose schedule included stops in five countries, meetings with world leaders, and seven days championing the importance of sport in society and its ability to spread peace.
New WAIS High Performance Service Centre to provide Olympic hopefuls with a world class training facility as they prepare for the 2016 Rio Games.
ARU boss Bill Pulver has all but scuppered Bernard Foley's bid to represent Australia at next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.