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Gutsy Gubecka finishes 9th in World Championships 10km

Gutsy Gubecka finishes 9th in World Championships 10km

17 July 2017

On a calm summers day at Lake Balaton for the 17th FINA World Championships, 62 women battled it out for the 10km open water title.

Belcher & Ryan take historic victory at 470 World Championship

Belcher & Ryan take historic victory at 470 World Championship

17 July 2017

Australia’s champion 470 men’s team, Mat Belcher & Will Ryan, sailed into history on Sunday, winning the 2017 470 World Championships in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Aussie Women’s Water polo team win World Champs opener

Aussie Women’s Water polo team win World Champs opener

17 July 2017

The Australian Women’s Water Polo Team, Aussie Stingers, have kicked off the FINA World Championships in style with a convincing 16-4 win over Kazakhstan in game one.

Aussies breakthrough world championship gold in triathlon’s Olympic teams relay

Aussies breakthrough world championship gold in triathlon’s Olympic teams relay

17 July 2017

Triathlon's "Tassie tiger" Jake Birtwhistle has produced the run of his life to lead Australia to its first ever gold medal in the ITU Triathlon Teams Relay World Championship in Hamburg .

Silver lining for Aussies at Hamburg Triathlon

Silver lining for Aussies at Hamburg Triathlon

17 July 2017

Silver lining for Gentle and Birtwhistle as McShane seals Commonwealth Games berth.

Australia earn start at 2018 Volleyball World Championships

Australia earn start at 2018 Volleyball World Championships

17 July 2017

Australia will contest a sixth consecutive men’s volleyball World Championships after beating Chinese Taipei 3-0 at the AIS in Canberra in the final game of the Asian qualifiers.

Keeney breaks through for biggest win of diving career

Keeney breaks through for biggest win of diving career

16 July 2017

Australia’s Maddison Keeney has broken through for the biggest win of her international diving career, winning 1-metre springboard gold at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest overnight.

Wu sets herself new challenge at fifth World Diving Championships

Wu sets herself new challenge at fifth World Diving Championships

14 July 2017

Despite being Australia’s most experienced diver, Melissa Wu will attempt something she has never tried at an international competition in Budapest over the next week.

Peers moves into Wimbledon Semis; while Barty, Dellacqua pipped in Quarters

Peers moves into Wimbledon Semis; while Barty, Dellacqua pipped in Quarters

13 July 2017

Staring down a match point, top seeds John Peers and Henri Kontinen held firm to beat Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus in five sets at Wimbledon on Wednesday.

Training partners to rivals at Hamburg triathlon

Training partners to rivals at Hamburg triathlon

13 July 2017

Saturday’s World Triathlon Series men’s race in Hamburg will see former training partners, Rio Olympians Aaron Royle and Ryan Bailie and rising star Jake Birtwhistle resume rivalries from different corners of the globe.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Highlights from the 2016/17 Winter World Cup season

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At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.

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Olympic medals must be at least 60 millimetres in diameter and at least three millimetres thick. The design of the medal is the responsibility of the host city's organising committee, with the approval of the IOC.