Summer News

Kim Crow hadn’t set foot inside a rowing boat 12 months ago. This month the 20-year-old from the Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) will represent Australia...

Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco celebrates his historic 5000m and 1500m double at Athens 2004.

Morocco's Olympic 5000m and 1500m champion Hicham El Guerrouj has retired from athletics...

Australia’s open water swimming team are taking their next strokes towards Olympic history this week...

Sarah Blanck competing in the Europe class at Athens 2004, where she placed 4th.

Eight Australian crews featured in the medal races at the 2006 ISAF World Sailing Games in Austria with five winning medals...

The silver medal winning lightweight four (L to R) Ben Cureton, Glen Loftus, Simon Burgess and Anthony Edwards during the Athens 2004 medal ceremony.

One of Australia’s biggest teams in years departed Australia on Saturday for the commencement of the 2006 international rowing season in Europe...

Colin Beashel leads out Australia's largest ever away team of 482 athletes during the Athens 2004 Opening Ceremony.

A massive team of almost 500 athletes could compete for Australia at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing...

Athens Olympian Peta Gallagher.

With the Australian Hockey League season finished the Hockeyroos squad for the Champions Trophy, as well as the 2006 National Squad...

Justin Gatlin winning the 100m final in Athens, ahead of Portugals' Francis Obikwelu and Maurice Greene of the USA.

A timing mistake has stripped world and Olympic champion Justin Gatlin of a stand-alone world record time in the men's 100m...

Elka Graham and Liesel Jones enjoy the Sydney Welcome Home Parade following Athens 2004.

Dual Olympian Elka Graham has announced her retirement from international swimming...

Greek sprinters Konstantinos Kenteris and Ekaterina Thanou have been denied the chance to return to competition by the Court of Arbitration for Sport...