Heath Ryan and Regardez Moi were crowned the 2010 Australian Dressage Grand Prix Champions last Sunday at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre, Horsley Park.It has been a tough road back to the top for Ryan who was the Australian champion and Olympic representative in 2008, but suffered a stroke in May 2009.
The king isn't exactly dead but Craig Walton did hail a new Noosa monarch on Sunday and predicted his successor, Courtney Atkinson, would go on to win the London Olympic triathlon in 2012.An anxious Atkinson put a horror end to this year's world series behind him
After just two months sculling preparation, Olympic champion Duncan Free will turn back the clock at the world rowing championships
Former world champion Katie Mactier is making a comeback to track cycling ahead of the 2012 London Olympics.Mactier has been building up her cycling fitness since March and will join a national track camp in Adelaide next month.
Australia's newest golden girl Lauren Mitchell doesn't quite understand what all the fuss is about.But after claiming Australia's first women's gymnastics title with gold in the floor routine at the recent World Championships in Rotterdam, the time for flying under the radar is over.
Andrew Bogut is confident he has recovered sufficiently from his horrific arm injury to re-start his push to become Australia's first NBA All-Star.Bogut's Milwaukee Bucks open their new NBA season on the road against New Orleans on Thursday,
The Australian Rowing Team has departed Sydney this morning to compete at the 2010 World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro, New Zealand.
West Australian Lauren Mitchell has created history by becoming the first Australian female gymnast to win a world title, claiming gold on floor at the 2010 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Rotterdam, Netherlands this morning. Mitchell, who won four gold medals at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi,
Australian gymnast Prashanth Sellathurai has defended his bronze medal in the pommel horse final at the 2010 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Rotterdam overnight, reaffirming his position as one of the world’s best apparatus competitors.
Organisers of the London Olympics (LOCOG) are refusing to budge on a rule that will stop athletes from other countries receiving a promised grant to train in the UK prior to the 2012 Games.