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Australian sailors Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page just missed winning a third consecutive world championship in Rizhao...

Kookaburras fire into semis

14 September 2006
Jamie Dwyer scored two goals against Pakistan in a 3-0 pool game win at teh 2006 World Cup.

The Kookaburras have ended their round matches on top of Pool A after a convincing 3-0 win over Pakistan, qualifying for the...

Jamie Dwyer (L) is congratulated by his team- mates after scoring during Australia's 7-1 win over New Zealand during the World Cup Pool match in Monchengladbach, Germany.

Jamie Dwyer scored two goals to lead Australia to a 7-1 win over New Zealand overnight and book a berth in the ...

Traditional hockey nations Pakistan and India slumped to surprising defeats on Monday at the men's hockey World Cup...

Greg Bennett and Peter Robertson during the 40km cycle leg of the Athens 2004 triathlon. Bennett finished 4th and Robertson 24th.

Athens Olympics fourth placegetter Greg Bennett led a 1-2-3 Australian sweep of the Los Angeles Triathlon on the weekend...

The Kookaburras have moved to second spot in pool A after winning their second match of the World Cup, against Japan 3-1,...

Andrew Hoy rides on Master Monarch during the eventing cross country competition at the WEG in Aachen, Germany.

Australian riders made a clean sweep of the top three placings at the Burghley Horse Trials in Britain overnight....

Paul Burgess of Australia on his way to victory in the pole vault at the World Athletics Final on September 9, 2006 in Stuttgart, Germany.

Paul Burgess made amends for a disappointing Commonwealth Games in March by collecting the biggest pay cheque...

Troy Elder in control against Korea in Rockhampton where he scored twice, 16 August 2006.

Spain displayed an imaginative attack with goals from Eduard Tabau in the 8th minute, Pol Amat in the 11th and Xavier Ribe in the 41st. It was the third time in a month Australia had lost to the European champions.

Stacey Porter celebrates scoring a home-run against the USA at the 2006 World Championships in Beijing.

The Australian Open Women’s team, Aussie Spirit, have won bronze at the ISF XI Women’s World Championship in Beijing...