Rio 2016 athletes Marianna Tolo and Brendon Reading have helped inspire young indigenous students this week as the Cathy Freeman Foundation hosted a week long ‘Horizons’ Camp in Canberra.
A youthful 10-rider team which will be guided by two Olympians will contest the opening two rounds of the 2016-17 UCI Track World Cup, to be held in Glasgow and Apeldoorn.
The teams have been announced for the upcoming Kookaburras’ tour to the trans-Tasman series in Auckland, New Zealand as well as to the International Festival of Hockey in Melbourne, Victoria.
The final chapter of one of the world’s most extraordinary and unrivaled sporting careers has come to a close, with Anna Meares, 33, officially announcing her retirement from cycling today.
Olympic gold medallist Sharni Williams and Rio team members Shelley Watts, Lea Yanitsas and Hayder Shkara addressed over 50 university students today in Sydney as part of the Australian Olympic Committee’s (AOC) ‘Meet with a Champ’ education program.
Rio 2016 Olympian James Willett continues to shine on the international stage adding the double trap World Cup Final title to his growing list of achievements.