Two superstars of Australian swimming take to the pool in Sydney this weekend for the NSW Titles. Olympic gold medal contender James Magnussen is set to fly and triple Olympic gold medallist Stephanie Rice is using the meet as her first hit-out since shoulder surgery.
Olympic gold medallist Duncan Free's remarkable comeback from horrific leg fractures has all but secured the veteran rower a place in Australia's new `Oarsome Foursome' for the London Games.
Reigning Olympic pole vault champion Steve Hooker says he's lost his confidence six months out from the London Games and won't be competing in the remainder of the domestic season, but is still determined to defend his Olympic title.
Get ready for some fast and furious action down the PWS rapids this Friday when an international field containing past and previous world champions take on our Aussie paddlers in what should be an exciting spectacle as the action heats up with Olympic spots and senior selection on the line.
Olympians Natalie Cook, Tamsin Hinchley, Louise Bawden and Josh Slack will form the nucleus of an eight-strong Australian team named by Volleyball Australia today to contest this month’s all-important second stage of Olympic qualification in New Zealand.
With the Australian Boxing Championships drawing to a close on the weekend in Hobart, the nation has three new female champions who are now one step closer to realising their Olympic dreams.
The Australian Under 23s hopes of the qualifying for the 2012 London Olympic Games hang in the balance after losing 0-2 to Uzbekistan in their AFC Asian Qualifier for the 2012 London Games match played at the JAR Stadium in Tashkent overnight.
Victorian Collis Birmingham has delivered the outstanding performance of the Briggs Athletics Classic in Hobart, crossing the line in 13:15.57 to win the men’s 5000m and record his second Athletics Australia qualifier for the Olympic Games.
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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.
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Synchronised swimming and rhythmic gymnastics are the only sports on today’s Olympic program to be contested only by women.