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Triathletes ready to turn it 'on' in Madrid

Triathletes ready to turn it 'on' in Madrid

3 June 2011

Australia’s prospective Olympic triathletes will have to be “on” from the opening swim leg when they dive into this weekend’s 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series event in Madrid.

Eastham battling to be fit for hockeyroos

Eastham battling to be fit for hockeyroos

3 June 2011

Hockeyroos star Casey Eastham is battling to be fit for selection for this month's Champions Trophy, after being ruled out of the Australian Hockey League finals in Darwin with a hamstring injury.

MacKenzie celebrates in Kuttabul

MacKenzie celebrates in Kuttabul

2 June 2011

Olympic gold medallist Linda MacKenzie will lead the celebrations at Hampden State School’s 2011 Olympic Day Sports Carnival on Friday 17 June in Kuttabul, Queensland.

Olyroos lose 3-1 to Japan

Olyroos lose 3-1 to Japan

2 June 2011

The Olyroos have lost their final hitout before the Olympic qualifiers later this month with the Japan Under-23s beating Aurelio Vidmar's side 3-1 in a friendly.

Olyroos lose 3-1 to Japan

Olyroos lose 3-1 to Japan

2 June 2011

The Olyroos have lost their final hitout before the Olympic qualifiers later this month with the Japan Under-23s beating Aurelio Vidmar's side 3-1 in a friendly.

Slingsby optimistic about Olympic chances

Slingsby optimistic about Olympic chances

30 May 2011

Australian star Tom Slingsby believes he delivered a message to London Olympics rivals with a dominant gold medal performance at the sailing World Cup in The Netherlands.

Slingsby optimistic about Olympic chances

Slingsby optimistic about Olympic chances

30 May 2011

Australian star Tom Slingsby believes he delivered a message to London Olympics rivals with a dominant gold medal performance at the sailing World Cup in The Netherlands.

Hockey League finals fever

Hockey League finals fever

30 May 2011

The Victorian Vipers will strive to win their first Australian Hockey League title since 2003 and only their second ever championship as they head into Finals Week in Darwin at the top of the pool.

Olympic legend Bill Roycroft has died, aged 96

Olympic legend Bill Roycroft has died, aged 96

30 May 2011

Five-time Olympian James (Bill) Roycroft OBE, patriarch of the legendary Australian equestrian family, has died aged 96. He was Australia’s oldest living Olympian and without doubt one of our greatest and toughest.

First quota spots for Innsbruck 2012

First quota spots for Innsbruck 2012

27 May 2011

It is an exciting time in the build-up to the inaugural Winter Youth Olympic Games in January with Australia’s first quota spots confirmed for Innsbruck 2012.

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Australia has hosted the Olympic Games twice – Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.

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