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Huegill: Bring on London, Phelps… and bring Thorpe too!

Huegill: Bring on London, Phelps… and bring Thorpe too!

21 January 2011

Geoff Huegill splashed around on the pool deck at Bondi Icebergs after announcing his decision to swim on to London 2012. His smile

Huegill: Bring on London, Phelps… and bring Thorpe too!

Huegill: Bring on London, Phelps… and bring Thorpe too!

21 January 2011

Geoff Huegill splashed around on the pool deck at Bondi Icebergs after announcing his decision to swim on to London 2012. His smile

Huegill set to fly in London

Huegill set to fly in London

21 January 2011

Two years after starting his remarkable renaissance, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geoff Huegill has announced today that he plans to continue swimming through to the London Olympic Games in 2012.

Mark family on target

Mark family on target

20 January 2011

Olympic gold medallist Russell Mark and his wife, triple Commonwealth gold medallist Lauryn, scored a unique double at the national shooting championships in Perth on Wednesday.

Halliday brought out of sedation

Halliday brought out of sedation

20 January 2011

Champion cyclist and rower Amber Halliday has made some progress in the wake of head trauma she suffered earlier this week in a bike crash.

McEwen in three way tie at the top

McEwen in three way tie at the top

20 January 2011

Veteran Australian sprinter Robbie McEwen (Radio Shack) has taken over the lead in the 2011 Santos Tour Down Under in a countback to split a three-way tie after an incident packed second stage into Mannum on the banks of the River Murray.

Aussie spirit on hand in Sweden

Aussie spirit on hand in Sweden

20 January 2011

The Australian handball team have taken themselves to Sweden to compete at the 2011 World Handball Championships this week. Players have paid their own way to a competition where captain Josh Parmenter says they only have one ambition.

Pullin wins World Championship

Pullin wins World Championship

19 January 2011

Alex “Chumpy” Pullin rewrote the record books last night in La Molina, Spain, by capturing Australia’s first snowboarding World Championship gold medal. The 23-year-old AIS scholarship holder from Mansfield/Mt Buller, stood on top of the world after a resounding win in the snowboard cross final, downing two Americans, dual Olympic gold medalist Seth Wescott and six time X-Games winner Nate Holland.

Galloping Goss claims Angaston glory

Galloping Goss claims Angaston glory

19 January 2011

Tasmanian Matthew Goss (HTC - Highroad) has stormed home to win the opening stage of the Santos Tour Down Under.

Halliday remains under sedation

Halliday remains under sedation

19 January 2011

Champion cyclist and rower Amber Halliday remains in a critical but stable condition after suffering head trauma in an accident.

Britt back home after World Cup gold

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Rugby Union will return to the Olympic Games at Rio 2016 with a Sevens competition for men and women.