Serial medallists Leisel Jones and Anna Meares open their campaigns for three gold medals each at the Delhi Commonwealth Games on Tuesday but their biggest danger comes from teammates.
Australian track cycling queen Anna Meares believes the nation's new-look team for Delhi has proved it can match the Commonwealth Games heroics of those four years earlier.
The Opals plan to wash their mouths out of the bitter taste of the 2010 world championship as quickly as possible before plotting a return to the podium at the London Olympic Games.Australia's 74-62 win over France on Sunday left them in fifth place in the Czech Republic, their worst finish in a major tournament in 20 years.
Following a spectacular Opencing Ceremony on Sunday night the Australian athletes got into action on Monday at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Australian officials are confident their youthful cycling team can shed the training wheels when Commonwealth Games competition starts on Tuesday, and fast-track the nation's progress towards the 2012 Olympics. Just two of the 27-strong track and road team were at the Beijing Olympics,
Queensland's Allan Davis has given more than 150,000 parochial fans something to cheer about on the final day of racing at the 2010 UCI Road World Championships
Laden with medals the Australian Boxing Team almost reached the excess baggage limit before boarding their return flight from the 2007 Oceania Championships in Samoa.
Australian Dressage rider Brett Parbery has made history at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, Kentucky USA. Parbery has qualified for tomorrow night’s Grand Prix Freestyle
Tasmanian Richie Porte and triple time trial World Champion Michael Rogers from Canberra have narrowly missed the medals in the men's time trial
The World Taekwondo Federation (‘WTF’) has issued its Qualification System for the London Olympic Games. The Qualification System is approved by the International Olympic Committee (‘IOC’).Under the Qualification System (attached), quota places are allocated to the respective National Olympic Committees (‘NOCs’).