The Hockeyroos have kept alive their hopes of reaching the Champions Trophy final with a comprehensive 4-0 victory over England
The Hockeyroos face an uphill battle to make the Champions Trophy final after only managing a 2-2 draw with Beijing Games nemesis China in Sydney on Tuesday night.
The Hockeyroos admit there'll be some extra feeling involved when they play China in the Champions Trophy in Sydney on Tuesday night.
Australia struck gold in the men’s water polo competition at the World Student Games in Belgrade Sunday, beating Croatia 6-4 in the final. It was the first time that an Australian men’s team had stood atop the podium
Australian triathlete Emma Moffatt has scored an emotional victory in Kitzbuhel, Austria to extend her lead in the ITU world championship series.Moffatt's grandmother passed away just days before Sunday's race, but she steeled herself in cool but calm conditions to unleash her signature burst on the 10km run.
A mad minute of inexperience sent the Hockeyroos crashing to a 1-0 loss to defending champions Argentina at the Champions Trophy tournament in Sydney on Sunday. With 54 seconds remaining in the first half, the relief of a having an Argentine goal disallowed by the video umpire soon turned to despair
Australia's hopes of dominating the swimming world championships have suffered a major blow with Olympic stars Eamon Sullivan and Hayden Stoeckel ruled out.Freestyle sprint ace Sullivan has withdrawn for the championships, which start in Rome on July 26, after struggling to overcome a virus that has hampered his preparation while in Europe for the past six weeks.
Record-setting Emma Snowsill has taken a safety-first approach and withdrawn from this weekend's round of the triathlon world championship series in Kitzbuhel.With Snowsill desperate to win an unprecedented fourth world championship later this year in front of her home-town fans on the Gold Coast, the Olympic gold medallist has opted not to race in Austria with a hip complaint.
Olympic silver medallist Sally McLellan had blown away a world-class field, including the Olympic champion, to win the 100m hurdles at the Athletissima meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland overnight.
In a dream build-up for the world championships, dual Olympic medallist Andrew Lauterstein has broken both the Australian and Commonwealth 100m butterfly record. Racing at the Giorgio Armani swim meet in Milan, the 22-year-old broke the 51-second barrier for the first time