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Skills starts skating towards international success

Skills starts skating towards international success

18 June 2015

Two of Australia’s brightest young ice hockey prospects will put their skills to the test in Finland from 5-10 July, as they look to book their tickets to the 2016 Lillehammer Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Aussie men off to hot start in the USA

Aussie men off to hot start in the USA

18 June 2015

Isaac Kapa and Chris McHugh have got off to a strong start at the St Petersberg Grand Slam event after posting two wins on the first day of main draw play.

A family affair for Tallents at IAAF World Championships

A family affair for Tallents at IAAF World Championships

18 June 2015

It will be a family affair at the IAAF World Championships, with up and comer Rachel Tallent set to join her three-time Olympic medal winning brother Jared Tallent on course for the race walk.

Rowers ready for World Cup II

Rowers ready for World Cup II

18 June 2015

Rowing Australia will have 17 crews competing at the World Rowing Cup 2 from 18 to 21 June in Varese, Italy.

Morris eyes more Games glory

Morris eyes more Games glory

18 June 2015

Sochi Winter Olympics silver medallist David Morris has revealed he's eyeing more Games glory in 2018 after pulling the pin on retirement.

Swimming Australia statement regarding Kylie Palmer

Swimming Australia statement regarding Kylie Palmer

18 June 2015

Swimming Australia confirms that it has received notification from FINA regarding an alleged anti-doping rule violation by Australian swimmer Kylie Palmer.

Australia through to World Cup Round of 16

Australia through to World Cup Round of 16

17 June 2015

The Australian Women's Football Team have progressed through to the knockout round from their "Group of Death" after a hard-earned 1-1 draw with Sweden in their final World Cup group match.

Preparations heat up as the swim team descend on Townsville

Preparations heat up as the swim team descend on Townsville

17 June 2015

The Australian swimming team is set to descend on North Queensland this weekend for the second Grand Prix competition in Townsville.

Lawrence heading in the right direction ahead of World Cup

Lawrence heading in the right direction ahead of World Cup

17 June 2015

Rosalyn Lawrence is hoping a switch to the right will produce the goods at the first ICF slalom World Cup in Prague, starting Friday.

Vale Ron Clarke

Vale Ron Clarke

17 June 2015

One of Australia’s greatest distance runners, Ron Clarke, has died aged 78.

Aussies march into Port Moresby

2015 Pacific Games

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