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Rio selection in sight for sibling pentathletes

Rio selection in sight for sibling pentathletes

29 May 2015

MODERN PENTATHLON: Early next week in Beijing there are two places at the Rio Olympic Games waiting to be claimed by the top male and female competitors from Oceania.

Gymnastics duo inspired by Mitchell for Rio Games

Gymnastics duo inspired by Mitchell for Rio Games

29 May 2015

For best friends Darcy Norman and Paige James, the Olympics is so close they can almost touch it.

Bogut takes on Dellavedova

Bogut takes on Dellavedova

29 May 2015

Australians Andrew Bogut and Matthew Dellavedova to face off after their teams Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers reached the NBA finals,

Bach urges FIFA to shed full light

Bach urges FIFA to shed full light

29 May 2015

IOC: Thomas Bach has urged FIFA to co-operate fully with US authorities to shed full light on the corruption allegations facing football's governing body.

Kokkinakis ousts Tomic from French Open

Kokkinakis ousts Tomic from French Open

29 May 2015

Thanasi Kokkinakis ousted seeded countryman Bernard Tomic and set up a third-round French Open showdown with Novak Djokovic.

Australian coach confident of bold showing against Italy

Australian coach confident of bold showing against Italy

29 May 2015

Australian coach Roberto Santilli believes the Volleyroos have a great opportunity to beat Italy in the opening round of the World League in Adelaide

Denmark World Cup 3 Preview

Denmark World Cup 3 Preview

29 May 2015

The third and final ICF canoe sprint World Cup begins in Copenhagen, Denmark this weekend.

The boy who never thought he would leave Darwin

The boy who never thought he would leave Darwin

28 May 2015

As a young boy Joel Carroll never thought he would leave Darwin. Little did he know when he picked up his first hockey stick, it would be his ticket to the Olympic Games.

London memories calling Densham and McShane

London memories calling Densham and McShane

28 May 2015

Olympic bronze medallist Erin Densham, and former Under 23 world champion Charlotte McShane will return to the scene of their greatest triumphs at the London ITU World Triathlon Series.

Caslick nominated for Women's Sevens Player of the Year

Caslick nominated for Women's Sevens Player of the Year

28 May 2015

For the second consecutive year, Australian Women’s Sevens star Charlotte Caslick has been shortlisted for the top individual honour in Women’s Sevens Rugby.

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Indigenous Recognition at AOC 2015 AGM

Did you know?

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.