The 13th of January in Austria marks the “one year to go” milestone for Innsbruck 2012! In one year exactly, the world’s best young athletes aged 14 to 18 will attend
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has today pledged support of $100,000 to the Queensland Flood Relief Appeal. On behalf of the Olympic movement and all Australian Olympians, the AOC has pledged a donation consistent with its response to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal in 2009.
Australian skier Jenny Owens added another top 10 finish to her World Cup ski cross campaign in Alpe d’Huez, France, last night. Her 10th place provided the AIS scholarship holder with her second top 10 finish within a week, indicating that Owens’ season is gathering momentum after a slow start to the year.
Australia's big hope Samantha Stosur has followed world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki and the second-ranked Vera Zvonareva out the Sydney International exit gates. Fourth-seeded Stosur succumbed 3-6 6-3 6-4 to two-time grand slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova
Western Australia's Cameron Meyer celebrated his twenty-third birthday by successfully defending his Australian time trial crown at the 2011 Mars Cycling Australian Road National Championships in Learmonth with Shara Gillow collecting the elite women's crown.
Swimming great Ian Thorpe can be a success if he decides to come back for the 2012 London Olympics, according to two-time Olympic champion Kieren Perkins. Reports on Sunday suggested Thorpe was contemplating coming out of retirement to return to competition in the pool in time for next year's Games.
Jack Bobridge unleashed a world-class ride to win the Australian elite men's road race championship, again highlighting his status as a future cycling superstar. The 21-year-old from Adelaide already has an under-23 road time trial world title, a senior world track title, two Commonwealth Games gold medals and he rode at the Beijing