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Salter shows plenty of promise ahead of Beijing

Salter shows plenty of promise ahead of Beijing

8 December 2006

Modern pentathlon aims to test one’s mental qualities as much as physical skills, in theory producing the ideal, complete...

Hill ready to climb her way to Beijing

Hill ready to climb her way to Beijing

8 December 2006

Despite the absence of World Champion Emma Snowsill and Commonwealth Champion Brad Kahledfeldt ...

Olympic team get new coach for Beijing campaign

Olympic team get new coach for Beijing campaign

8 December 2006

The Australian under 23 team have a new coach as they begin the difficult job of qualifying for the 2008 Beijing Games

AOC increases athlete funding ahead of Beijing Games

AOC increases athlete funding ahead of Beijing Games

8 December 2006

Newly crowned world champion walker Nathan Deakes is in line to collect a funding bonus from the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) for his record feat.

Vatkin behind wheel in drive to Beijing

Vatkin behind wheel in drive to Beijing

8 December 2006

Legendary gymnastics coach, Vladimir Vatkin, has been appointed as the Australian men’s gymnastic coach.

Hockeyroos name Champions Trophy squad

Hockeyroos name Champions Trophy squad

8 December 2006

As they look to build towards the Beijing Olympics, Hockey Australia has selected a youthful squad to represent the Hockeyroos...

Summer of Tennis to feature Beijing hopefuls

Summer of Tennis to feature Beijing hopefuls

8 December 2006

Australia’s Olympic tennis hopefuls will be under the spotlight from expectant Aussie crowds as the men’s and women’s tours head down-under for a scorching summer of tennis

What they said…….

What they said…….

8 December 2006

When Australia’s most successful Olympian retires there was plenty to be said.

Upsets expected as round two of the Softball series begins

Upsets expected as round two of the Softball series begins

8 December 2006

The second round of the National Women’s Softball League begins in Melbourne tomorrow (Friday Dec 8) with the VIS Titans tipped to do well on home soil.

World record just the beginning for Deakes

World record just the beginning for Deakes

8 December 2006

The stellar year for Australian athletics just keeps on keeping on, with Olympic bronze medallist Nathan Deakes breaking the world record for the 50km road walk in Geelong.

Journey to Rio: Isaac Kapa and Chris McHugh

Indigenous Recognition at AOC 2015 AGM

Did you know?

Ian Thorpe (5 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze) and Leisel Jones (3 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze) have won 9 Summer Games medals.