CYCLING: Australian cyclist Rohan Dennis has broken the world hour record, completing 52.491 kilometres on the track in Granges, Switzerland.
A stirring second half fightback proved in vain as the Qantas Australian Women's Sevens team lost narrowly to New Zealand (17-10) in the Cup Final at the Brazil Sevens in Sao Paulo this morning.
The Qantas Australian Men's Sevens team has finished its Wellington campaign in sixth place after defeats to hosts New Zealand and Fiji on Day Two at Westpac Stadium today.
Rosalyn Lawrence has kick-started 2015 in style by winning the open K1W and C1W finals at the Oceania Championships in New Zealand last weekend.
Hockeyroo Jayde Taylor has announced her immediate retirement from international hockey
TOKYO: The race is on to see what new sports will be competing at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo with the IOC unveiling a timetable for the Japanese hosts.
Michael Scott is finishing as Swimming Australia Director of Performance to take up the role of CEO with Rowing Australia.
BASKETBALL: Canberra's WNBL finals hopes have been dealt a big blow with Lauren Jackson ruled out for the remainder of the season with further knee problems.
ATHLETICS: The Canberra Track Classic will play host to the 100m rematch of Sally Pearson and Melissa Breen.
CYCLING: Jack Bobridge fell two laps short of his second cycling world record after an hour of hell.