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Kyrgios and Gavrilova 20th seeds at Wimbledon

Kyrgios and Gavrilova 20th seeds at Wimbledon

29 June 2017

Nick Kyrgios will have to do it the hard way if he’s to progress to the second week of Wimbledon after missing an all-important top 16 seeding for the grasscourt Grand Slam starting on Monday.

Volleyroos aim to make their mark at World Grand Prix

Volleyroos aim to make their mark at World Grand Prix

29 June 2017

The Australian women’s volleyball team depart for Mexico on Friday confident they can have their most successful World Grand Prix campaign since joining the prestigious competition in 201

Eighteen athletes selected for Ashgabat 2017

Eighteen athletes selected for Ashgabat 2017

29 June 2017

A team of eighteen athletes have been selected to become Australia’s first ever competitors at the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) in Ashgabat this coming September.

Parks' unpredictable path to PyeongChang

Parks' unpredictable path to PyeongChang

29 June 2017

Imagine securing a personal best performance on the mountain you made your World Cup debut on seven years earlier, only to think your career might be over.

Nine Aussies to tackle 2017 Tour de France

Nine Aussies to tackle 2017 Tour de France

28 June 2017

Nine Australian riders will tackle the 2017 edition of the Tour de France, starting July 1 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

World's best confirmed for Australian Table Tennis Open

World's best confirmed for Australian Table Tennis Open

28 June 2017

Six of the world’s top ten male players and seven of the best female players in the world have been confirmed for next week’s Seamaster Australian Open Table Tennis tournament on the Gold Coast, the most lucrative event on the ITTF World Tour this year.

AOC applauds Camplin-Warner ASC appointment

AOC applauds Camplin-Warner ASC appointment

28 June 2017

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) congratulates dual Olympic medallist, Alisa Camplin-Warner on her appointment as the Deputy Chair of the Australian Sports Commission.

Whateley leads opening day for Aussies on the Gold Coast

Whateley leads opening day for Aussies on the Gold Coast

28 June 2017

2016 Rio Olympian Jason Whateley was among a group of Australian boxers who enjoyed first-round success at the Oceania Boxing Championships and World Championship qualifiers at Paradise Point on the Gold Coast on Tuesday.

Aussies have reasons to feel confident in Markkleeberg

Aussies have reasons to feel confident in Markkleeberg

28 June 2017

The Australian Canoe Slalom team heads into this weekend’s third ICF World Cup in Markkleeberg, Germany, full of confidence after some very exciting performances in Augsburg last weekend.

Australia’s fastest men set for World Championships

Australia’s fastest men set for World Championships

28 June 2017

Australian 100m champion Trae Williams (Qld) will lead the men’s 4x100m relay team into battle at the IAAF World Championships, with Athletics Australia Selectors today confirming a five-strong squad for London 2017.

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Australian Indigenous Olympians recognised for Olympic Day

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

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American athlete Eddie Eagan is the only athlete to win gold at a summer and winter Olympics in Heavyweight Boxing (1920) and bobsleigh (1932).