It was an outstanding finish for both the men’s and women’s artistic gymnasts at the Australian Gymnastics Championships yesterday afternoon at Hisense Arena.
Rio Olympic BMX finalist Anthony Dean and former world champion Caroline Buchanan headline the Australian team announced today for the UCI BMX World Championships to be held in Rock Hill, USA in July.
Australia’s Melissa Wu is set to compete at her fifth World Aquatics Championships after being named in a 10-strong squad for this year’s competition in Budapest, Hungary.
Olympic semi-finalist Linden Hall (Vic) has taken another step in her elite athletic career posting an IAAF World Championships qualifying time for the 1500m at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene (USA).
Sam Stosur has denied Daria Gavrilova in an epic three-set final in Strasbourg to retain her Australian No.1 ranking and claim the ninth title of her celebrated career.
The Australian Women’s Sevens team has qualified for the Quarter Final stage of the Canada Sevens in Langford with victories over Spain and Ireland with a tough draw over Fiji making up the day.
The Emily Little show rolled on inside Hisense Arena last night as the diminutive West Australian continued to sweep the medals at the 2017 Australian Gymnastics Championships.
Australian sprint canoeist Alyssa Bull has won a silver medal in the K1 1000 at her first ICF World Cup event of the European season in Szeged, Hungary.
The best in the business lit up the floor at Hisense Arena tonight as Western Australia’s (WA) Emily Little and Queensland’s Michael Mercieca claimed the Senior All-Around Artistic Gymnastics Titles in front of a vocal crowd.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist Esther Qin has claimed the national 3-metre springboard diving title in a thrilling end to the Australian Open and World Championship selection trials in Sydney.
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Bill Roycroft carried the Flag in the Opening Ceremony in Mexico City 1968 and his son Wayne carried the Flag in Los Angeles 1984.
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Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.