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Lapierre 11th in long jump final on tough day for Team Australia

Lapierre 11th in long jump final on tough day for Team Australia

6 August 2017

A leap of 7.93m (w: +0.6) has seen Fabrice Lapierre (NSW) place 11th in the final of the men’s long jump on what was a tough day at the track for Team Australia at the 2017 IAAF World Championships.

Aussies secure World Champs long jump final and 1500m semi-final places

Aussies secure World Champs long jump final and 1500m semi-final places

5 August 2017

The men’s long jump final awaits Fabrice Lapierre (NSW) after he soared 7.91m (w: +0.6) to progress to the medal round on day one at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London (GBR).

Strong start for Craine in season opener

Strong start for Craine in season opener

5 August 2017

PyeongChang 2018 figure skating hopeful, Kailani Craine has launched her 2017 season with a clear message - she may be young, but she means business.

Australia wins Tournament of Nations

Australia wins Tournament of Nations

4 August 2017

The Australian women's football team have claimed their first trophy in seven years after a 6-1 destruction of Brazil at the Tournament of Nations.

Marschall pushing for World Championships final

Marschall pushing for World Championships final

4 August 2017

It's only natural that Kurtis Marschall would draw inspiration from the exploits of Steve Hooker.

Schumann and McHugh move through to final 16

Schumann and McHugh move through to final 16

4 August 2017

Australia’s Damien Schumann and Chris McHugh have stormed into the final 16 at the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships after a fiery 2-0 win over USA on Thursday.

Roberts & Stevens set to convert preparation to performance at London 2017

Roberts & Stevens set to convert preparation to performance at London 2017

4 August 2017

It was at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last month that Kelsey-Lee Roberts (ACT) threw a mark of 64.38m in the women’s javelin to improve her personal best for a second time this year.

Game changer Duffy may hold the aces but Aussie women lead the chases

Game changer Duffy may hold the aces but Aussie women lead the chases

3 August 2017

Bermuda’s Commonwealth Games favourite Flora Duffy has taken the World Triathlon Series by storm in 2017 as she lines up chasing a fifth straight victory on the circuit when Montreal makes its WTS debut this weekend.

Thompson pushes Zverev all the way in Washington Open

Thompson pushes Zverev all the way in Washington Open

3 August 2017

Jordan Thompson pushed Alexander Zverev to the limit before the world No.8 escaped with a tense three-set victory in Washington DC.

Bawden and Clancy go out fighting at World Championships

Bawden and Clancy go out fighting at World Championships

3 August 2017

Australia’s Louise Bawden and Taliqua Clancy are out of the 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Vienna, after a tough 3-set loss to Brazil’s Carolina Solberg Salgado and Maria Antonelli overnight.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Highlights from the 2016/17 Winter World Cup season

Did you know?

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

Did you know?

Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.