Young hockey gun Eddie Ockenden has proven his blistering Beijing Olympic form was no fluke, with the up and comer named the 2008 WorldHockey Young Player of the year overnight. The 21-year-old was awarded the honour during the International Hockey Federation’s (FIH) Congress Dinner in Los Angeles
Britain opened the first venue for the 2012 London Olympics on Friday when it unveiled the sailing facilities in southwest England.
Beijing Olympic star Robin Bell has had his Games canoe stolen and warns it's useless - even dangerous - in inexperienced hands. The West Australian paddler earned national acclaim when he became the first Australian to win an Olympic whitewater canoeing medal in Beijing in August.
Sydney Olympic bronze medallist Geoff Huegill has confirmed his return to competitive swimming as part of coach Grant Stoelwinder's star-studded squad in Sydney. The five-time Commonwealth champion has had major battles with his weight since quitting the sport following the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Emma Snowsill insists she has been taking it pretty easy since finally breaking through for Australia's first Olympic triathlon gold
Grant Hackett has pulled down the curtain on one of Australia's greatest swimming careers to a standing ovation. The national team captain announced his retirement at Swimming Australia's swimmer of the year awards in Sydney and it drew the entire crowd to their feet.
Veteran Stuart O'Grady finally sealed the elusive Jayco Herald Sun Tour on saturday when he safely negotiated the final stage criterium in Melbourne. The 35-year-old won the seven-day classic, Australia's oldest stage race, from his teammate Lars Bak of Denmark with Commonwealth Games silver medallist Ben Day third.
Legendary Pakistani squash player Jahangir Khan says his sport has its best ever chance of gaining entry into the Olympics next year.
DIVING: Australian diving sensation Matthew Mitcham says he's proud but sad to have been the only openly gay athlete at the Beijing Olympics.Mitcham was universally acclaimed for producing the highest-scoring dive in Olympic history to snatch gold in the men's 10-metre platform at the Water Cube.
Olympic gold medallist Natalie Cook has declared she wants to play beach volleyball as a 37-year-old at her fifth Games at London 2012