Summer News

Jessica Crisp in action at the 2011 Sailing World Cup in Miami.

Australian sailors have made good progress on day two of the Rolex Miami OCR, the second round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup

Nicole Callisto leads in the elite womens semi-final during the 2008 UCI BMX Oceania series at Penrith BMX Club.

West Australia's Lauren Reynolds hopes a home town advantage will boost her chances of success when Bunbury plays host to BMX

Craig Mottram celebrates winning the 3000m at the World Cup on September 17, 2006 at the Olympic Stadium in Athens.

Craig Mottram will represent Australia at a major international meet for the first time since 2008 after being named in a strong squad for the world cross country championships in March. Mottram, 30, has battled a longstanding Achilles injury for much of the last few years. But the 2005 world

Kate Spithill and crew competing at the 2011 sailing world cup in Miami.

Australian crews have had a solid opening day of the second round of the ISAF Sailing

Four-time Olympian and two-time Olympic gold medallist Michael Diamond.

Dual Olympic gold medallist Michael Diamond (NSW) has begun his 2011 campaign in fine fashion by claiming two victories at the

London 2012 stadium legacy

24 January 2011
David Beckham is shown the main Olympic stadium by Lord Coe, Chair of the London 2012 Organising Committee in November 2010.

London Olympics chief Sebastian Coe backed West Ham's bid to take over the 2012 stadium, saying there was a "moral obligation" to preserve the venue.

Cameron Meyer celebrates on the podium as winner of the 2011 Tour Down Under in Adelaide.

West Australia's Cameron Meyer (Garmin-Cervelo) is the 2011 Santos Tour Down Under Champion at the end of six stages

Young Hockeyroos Casey Eastham, Kate Hollywood and Kobie McGurk at Bondi Beach for the launch of the 2009 Champions Trophy.

New coach Adam Commens has wasted little time making his mark on the Hockeyroos squad, bringing seven new young players into

Geoffrey Huegill celebrates after winning the Mens 50 metre Butterfly Final during day three of the 2010 Australian Swimming Championships on March 18, in Sydney, Australia.

Two years after starting his remarkable renaissance, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geoff Huegill has announced today that he plans to continue swimming through to the London Olympic Games in 2012.

Geoff Huegill announces his comeback for London 2012 on 21 Jan 2011

Geoff Huegill splashed around on the pool deck at Bondi Icebergs after announcing his decision to swim on to London 2012. His smile