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Australia's leading two-woman team of Astrid Loch-Wilkinson and Kylie Reed have made a strong start to their qualification quest, finishing in 19th place in World Cup events in both Calgary and Lake Placid.

Australian skeleton athlete Emma Lincoln-Smith has finished top 20 in the second World Cup of the season in Lake Placid, New York, to follow Michelle Steele's remarkable sixth placing in the opening World Cup of the season in Calgary the previous weekend.

Australia’s short track speed skaters will know at the end of the week if they have qualified a relay team for next year’s Winter Olympics in Italy.

1960 rowers (l to r) Berry Durstan, John Rosser, Terry Scook, Max Gamble & Max Cunningham at the OCWA 2005 Christmas Luncheon

It was nine years ago when Olympic hockey legend, Eric Pearce (1956, 60, 64, 68) initiated the marvellous idea of an annual Christmas Luncheon...

Bolle bet on Olympic medals

18 November 2005

The old rivalry between Australia and Great Britain has surfaced again with AOC President John Coates answering a challenge from his British counterpart over who’ll win the most medals at the London Games in 2012...

Dual Olympic 1500m freestyle champion Grant Hackett is resting, after undergoing a shoulder arthroscopy on his injured right shoulder...

Australia’s short track speed skaters head for to Holland and another World Cup race this weekend that could see them qualify for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino...

Australia's short track relay team has taken a major step towards the Torino Olympic Games after producing their best performance in two and a half years, finishing fifth in a World Cup event in Bormio, Italy.

Australia's short track relay team has taken a major step towards the Torino Olympic Games after producing their best performance in two and a half years...

Two Queensland school students were in Austria for the International Pierre de Coubertin Youth Forum. Jessica Faulkner talks about her experience at the Forum...