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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

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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.

Latest from London

Latest from London

26 October 2011

The Brits are busy preparing for the world’s best athletes, media and sports fans to arrive in less than nine months. As the countdown clock ticks away in London’s Trafalgar Square, Londoners have been treated to some entertaining events and media heads have been given the royal treatment. Here is the latest from London:

IOC honours the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence

IOC honours the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence

26 October 2011

Every year since 1985, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) 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 (AOC) nominated the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) to receive this prestigious award.

Olympic medallists tour regional NSW

Olympic medallists tour regional NSW

26 October 2011

Olympic medallists Suzy Balogh (shooting), Rebecca Rippon (water polo) and Amy Hetzel (water polo) are touring regional NSW to chat with secondary school students about sport and life as part of the Australian Olympic Committee’s (AOC) Talk with a Champ program.

Tension on the sand is heating up: AOC Feature

Tension on the sand is heating up: AOC Feature

25 October 2011

Pressure is mounting for Australia’s beach volleyball teams to cement their places at the Games. As the countdown clock keeps ticking, having a poor tournament even this far out could be the end of the London dream.

Pregnant pause and on again to London: AOC Feature

Pregnant pause and on again to London: AOC Feature

25 October 2011

With the luxury of two Olympic campaigns under her belt, weightlifter Deborah Acason is shaking up her pre-Games routine leading to London. Acason and her husband Josh welcomed their first child Eva into the world this year. Now Acason is looking forward to launching back into training and is hoping for a third shot at Olympic glory.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Highlights from the 2016/17 Winter World Cup season

Did you know?

Twins John and Tom Anderson both won gold medals in different sailing events at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Did you know?

Twins John and Tom Anderson both won gold medals in different sailing events at the 1972 Munich Olympics.