Gold Coasters Ashleigh Gentle and Emma Moffatt have returned Australia to the ITU World Triathlon podium in style claiming silver and bronze medals in Yokohama.
Naomi Flood and Jo Brigden-Jones describe their first 12 months as a K2 combination as ‘pretty raw’.
Australia’s best ever gymnast, Lauren Mitchell, has confirmed she will push on for the Rio Olympic Games.
The President of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coates, has had the pavilion at the Sydney International Regatta Centre (SIRC) in Penrith named in his honour.
Brazil's drug-testing laboratory has had its status as an Olympic-standard facility restored, in preparation for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
London Olympian Emma Jackson will be part of an 11-strong Australian contingent of five women and six men a the ITU World Triathlon Series circuit in Yokohama.
2012 Olympian Alana Nicholls will get a chance to test her form against an international field at the first Canoe Sprint World Cup in Portugal
Tom Edgar has been named captain of the Australian team for 2015.
International canoe sprint racing returns with Portugal hosting the first of three ICF World Cups from 15 to 17 May.
Vision-impaired paratriathlete Katie Kelly has teamed up with World Champion and Olympic silver medallist Michellie Jones in preparation for the ITU World Triathlon race in Yokohama.