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AOC Feature: College playmaker ready for Olympic shot

AOC Feature: College playmaker ready for Olympic shot

26 August 2011

When the Australian Boomers face the New Zealand Tall Blacks next month there will be more than trans-Tasman pride on the free-throw line. Both teams are determined to claim the ultimate Olympic prize and for young gun Matthew Dellavedova, the New Zealand series represents the opportunity of a lifetime.

Watt eyes long jump gold

Watt eyes long jump gold

26 August 2011

No-one was more surprised than Mitchell Watt when the world championships bronze medal was draped around his neck two years ago in Berlin. How times have changed.

Emmas return to scene of triathlon glory

Emmas return to scene of triathlon glory

25 August 2011

Australian triathlon star Emma Snowsill will return to the scene of her greatest win next month at the world series grand final in Beijing. The venue will be the same course where Snowsill won the Olympic gold medal three years ago and team-mate Emma Moffatt claimed bronze.

Boomers ready for Spanish Inquisition

Boomers ready for Spanish Inquisition

25 August 2011

Fresh from an outstanding tournament at the London Olympic test event, the Australian men's basketball team are ready to test themselves on a whole new level against world No.2 Spain.

Hollingsworth wants five medals

Hollingsworth wants five medals

24 August 2011

Five medals and a top ten team finish is the expectation of the Flame team at the IAAF world championships in Daegu (KOR), according to Athletics Australia High Performance Manager and Australian Team Leader Eric Hollingsworth.

Burton finishes 2nd in World Cup Eventing Series

Burton finishes 2nd in World Cup Eventing Series

22 August 2011

Australia dominated the final leg of the FEI World Cup Eventing Series at Le Pin au Haras over the weekend, claiming the top four places.

Boomers beat Great Britain

Boomers beat Great Britain

22 August 2011

Australia ended a strong performance at the London Olympics basketball test event with a dramatic 91-90 overtime win over hosts Great Britain.

Silver lining from Szeged Sprint Worlds

Silver lining from Szeged Sprint Worlds

22 August 2011

Australian Canoeing’s National Performance director Richard Fox said despite the lack of a gold medal at the Championships, he was confident about the path the national team was taking.

Reynolds wins bronze in BMX test event

Reynolds wins bronze in BMX test event

22 August 2011

West Australian Lauren Reynolds claimed bronze in the final of the rain-affected BMX test event for the 2012 London Olympics on Saturday.

Women shine in Szeged

Women shine in Szeged

19 August 2011

While a lot of the attention was on the men, the Australian women went to work and delivered their country’s first four entries to the 2012 Olympics during today’s action at the 2011 ICF World Sprint Championships.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Australian Indigenous Olympians recognised for Olympic Day

Did you know?

At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.

Did you know?

Australia continued its medal winning streak at the Winter Games with three athletes reaching the podium at Sochi 2014 - David Morris (Silver, Aerials), Torah Bright (Silver, Halfpipe) and Lydia Lassila (Bronze, Aerials).