Following the recent Under 18s Men’s National Championships, 27 of Australia’s best young players have remained in Canberra to attend the Youth Olympic Games selection camp which will be held until April 20.
Following the recent Under 18s Men’s National Championships, 27 of Australia’s best young players have remained in Canberra to
Australia’s shooters today boarded the plane for the next round of the ISSF World Cup in Beijing, China (17-24 April).Following the successful pistol and rifle World Cup in Sydney last month, where Warren Potent claimed gold and Dina Aspandiyarova silver, Australia’s top shotgun exponents will join the team in the Chinese capital.
World indoor champion Fabrice Lapierre has pledged to smash Jai Taurima's decade-old Australian long jump record by the end of the year.And with favourable conditions predicted for the Commonwealth Games trials in Perth, it could happen as soon as this weekend.
Australia's defending world champion Emma Moffatt returned from a broken shoulder and more than seven months
Australia will be without Olympian Courtney Atkinson for this Sunday's world championship triathlon series opener, but the news is promising on Emma Moffatt.Atkinson has pulled out of the race, which starts and finishes at the Sydney Opera House, as he continues to recover from a virus.
Australia's track cyclists may have dominated arch rivals Britain at the world championships, but they won't be crowing about it for long.National performance director Shayne Bannan believes his youthful Australian squad's ability to top the medal table
Australia have added two silver medals to their impressive haul from the world track cycling championships in Copenhagen on Sunday. Australian Leigh Howard won silver in the men's omnium, finishing behind Britain's Olympic team pursuit champion Ed Clancy, with American Taylor Phinney claiming bronze on the final day of the championships.
Former world cross country champion Benita Willis has turned on a top-20 performance to lead Australia's charge at the world cross country championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland, overnight. The 30-year-old Victorian and 2004 world cross country title-holder was the highest-placed finisher of the 16 Australians in action, crossing the line of the senior women's 8km course in a time of 25:56 to place 17th.
Australia’s Warren Potent has won gold following a tense final of the men’s 50m prone rifle competition