One of Ian Thorpe's greatest swimming rivals believes the returning Olympic champion can add to his gold medal tally next year in London.
Victorian Shane Perkins wrapped up the sprint double at the Scody Cycling Australia Track National Championships. Perkins added the Australian keirin title to his sprint crown at Sydney's Dunc Gray Velodrome on Sunday.
Top Eventing Coach Prue Barrett has been appointed National Performance Director of the Australian Eventing Team ahead of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Barrett’s appointment comes after long-term coach Wayne Roycroft stepped down from his role as Eventing Head Coach in December 2010.
Anna Meares, undoubtedly Australia's best female track cyclist, added national title No.27 to her already bursting medal cabinet
Commonwealth champion Jack Bobridge smashed the individual pursuit world record to become the fastest track cyclist in history over 4000 metres and then backed up to win the gold at the national titles on Wednesday.
Swimming legend Ian Thorpe has completed the first official training session of his comeback in front of a huge media contingent at the pool that bears his name in Sydney.
Commonwealth Games champion and World Championship silver medallist Shane Perkins tonight reclaimed the Australian sprint crown only after fending off a strong challenge from West Australia's Scott Sunderland in a hard fought three round final.
Australia’s most successful Olympian, Ian Thorpe, confirmed today he is training to ‘return to swimming at the elite level’ in a quest to qualify for the London Olympic Games in 2012.
Ten Olympic sports will share in $2.5 million in targeted funding support under the Government’s Green and Gold Project to boost
Retro lifeguards danced in the stands, a DJ pumped out summer sounds and Libby Trickett taught the new kids how to boogie poolside