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Princess Haya of Jordan elected president of equestrian federation

Princess Haya of Jordan elected president of equestrian federation

2 May 2006

Princess Haya of Jordan, daughter of the late King Abdullah, was elected president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Monday with a promise to haul it...

Australian rowers named for World Championship campaign

Australian rowers named for World Championship campaign

2 May 2006

Ten Olympians, including dual Olympic gold medallist Drew Ginn, Athens silver medallist Ben Cureton and bronze medallists Dana Faletic and Stefan Szczurowski headline...

Swimming world mourns the loss of Roger Smith AM

Swimming world mourns the loss of Roger Smith AM

1 May 2006

Swimming Australia is mourning the death of its most decorated official, 73-year-old FINA Bureau member Roger Smith AM.

Disgraced Wang returns to Chinese team

Disgraced Wang returns to Chinese team

30 April 2006

Disgraced Chinese basketball player Wang Zhizhi has returned to the national team four years after being kicked out...

This is serious, US judge tells Montgomery

This is serious, US judge tells Montgomery

30 April 2006

A US judge delivered a stinging lecture to disgraced sprinter Tim Montgomery before granting bail in connection with...

Australian softball team picked for Worlds

Australian softball team picked for Worlds

27 April 2006

Softball Australia has named a 17-strong women's team for the World Championships at the Fengtai Sports Centre in Beijing, China...

Goss wins first stage Giro dele Regioni

Goss wins first stage Giro dele Regioni

27 April 2006

Australian rider Matthew Goss has scored his second win in as many days with victory in stage one of the Giro delle Regioni in Italy...

Capell, Brookes-Peterson lead the 10km Open Water Beijing charge

Capell, Brookes-Peterson lead the 10km Open Water Beijing charge

26 April 2006

Brendan Capell and Kate Brookes-Peterson clinched the men's and women's 10-kilometre events on day two of the Australian Open Water Swimming Championships...

Kermond off to Germany and hopefully the Worlds

Kermond off to Germany and hopefully the Worlds

26 April 2006

Young rider Jamie Kermond of Woolsthorpe has this week been selected to travel to Germany in July for a chance to grab a spot at this year's world showjumping...

Hackett and Thorpe nearly back in the swim

Hackett and Thorpe nearly back in the swim

24 April 2006

The stars of the Australian men’s swimming team - Grant Hackett and Ian Thorpe – are busy getting their Beijing Olympic preparations back on track...

Off the water with Aussie rowers

Road to Rio: Athlete Journeys

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At London 2012 Australia won 7 gold medals, 16 silver and 12 bronze, a total of 35 medals.