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Winning formula for Edwina

Winning formula for Edwina

30 October 2011

Australia’s Edwina Tops-Alexander and her new young horse Vleut delivered an impressive performance overnight to win the Equita Masters at the 5 star show in Lyon, France.

IOC honours the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence

IOC honours the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence

28 October 2011

Every year since 1985, the International Olympic Committee has launched a trophy with a different theme, reflecting current trends. The 2011 trophy is for "Sport and Social Responsibility" and the Australian Olympic Committee nominated the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) to receive this prestigious award.

Illawarra teen seeks ski cross glory

Illawarra teen seeks ski cross glory

27 October 2011

For Wollongong teenager Jack Millar, the chance to go to Innsbruck as part of the 2012 Australian Winter Youth Olympic Team is the culmination of years of hard work and a dream come true.

Will the grass be greener in London?

Will the grass be greener in London?

27 October 2011

London is so ready to host the Olympic Games in July 2012 grass is being laid around some venues in Olympic Park, 275 days before the Games begin.

Dressage Championships underway

Dressage Championships underway

27 October 2011

Competition starts today at the Bates National Dressage Championships held at Sydney International Equestrian Centre Horsley Park.

Pullin pushing the bordercross boundaries

Pullin pushing the bordercross boundaries

27 October 2011

It's not so long ago that Alex Pullin felt like a member of the Jamaican bobsled team when he turned up to represent Australia at bordercross events.

Pullin pushing the bordercross boundaries

Pullin pushing the bordercross boundaries

27 October 2011

It's not so long ago that Alex Pullin felt like a member of the Jamaican bobsled team when he turned up to represent Australia at bordercross events.

Latest Lookout London Newsletter

Latest Lookout London Newsletter

27 October 2011

Check out the latest edition of Lookout London, read past editions and sign up for the official AOC Newsletter.

Switching roles for London showdown: AOC Feature

Switching roles for London showdown: AOC Feature

26 October 2011

Competing on the world's biggest sporting stage comes with extreme highs and lows. For many athletes, having their loved ones on the sidelines can be the confidence and comfort they need to perform. Standing by the side of Australian dressage competitor Lyndal Oatley will be Patrik Kittle, her husband, coach and also the competition.

Chantelle’s protégée is in tune for the London Olympics: AOC Feature

Chantelle’s protégée is in tune for the London Olympics: AOC Feature

26 October 2011

If 15-year-old diving sensation Brittany Broben makes the Australian Team for next year’s London Olympic Games she will be the first to thank 2004 Olympic gold medallist Chantelle Newbery.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Highlights from the 2016/17 Winter World Cup season

Did you know?

Gold and silver medals must be made of 92.5 percent pure silver; the gold medal must be gilded with at least six grams of gold.

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.