Australia claimed its first medal of the UCI Track World Championships through Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch in the women’s team sprint.
GOLF: Karrie Webb knows she can't turn back the tide but she's working harder to keep up with the rising wave of young golf talent. And the Rio Olympics is a major goal of hers.
CYCLING: Australia won't defend the men's team pursuit title at the track cycling world championships after a freak accident in the opening qualifying round in Paris.
Australia’s nine alpine skiers who competed in the biennial FIS Alpine world Ski from February 2 to 15 will leave the Vail-Beaver Creek resort in the United States with pride and more experience on an international stage.
The Velodrome National in Paris will be awash with Aussie green and gold on the opening day of the 2015 UCI Track World Championships.
Track sprint teams set the tune for Team Australia on the penultimate day of training at the 2015 UCI Track World Championships in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
Brazil will enjoy five days of non-stop partying, after Rio de Janeiro's Carnival officially opened.
RUGBY: Qantas Australian Men's Sevens Head Coach Geraint John has lauded the attitude of his players after wins over Canada and England secured the Plate in Las Vegas.
BASKETBALL: Australian basketball legend Lindsay Gaze, who was part of seven Olympic campaigns as a player and coach, has been elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Seventeen-year-old Nina Kennedy is the toast of international athletics after she performed the biggest ever leap by an under 20 aged athlete outdoors.