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
At the London 2012 Games, the new cycling discipline of Omnium will make its Olympic debut, and 19-year-old Scott Law has tonight showed he is hungry to be a part of it.
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