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Galloping Goss claims Angaston glory

Galloping Goss claims Angaston glory

19 January 2011

Tasmanian Matthew Goss (HTC - Highroad) has stormed home to win the opening stage of the Santos Tour Down Under.

Halliday remains under sedation

Halliday remains under sedation

19 January 2011

Champion cyclist and rower Amber Halliday remains in a critical but stable condition after suffering head trauma in an accident.

Hockeyroos to seek Charlesworth opinion

Hockeyroos to seek Charlesworth opinion

18 January 2011

New Hockeyroos coach Adam Commens will seek advice from hockey legend Ric Charlesworth as he attempts to lift Australia's national women's team out of the doldrums. The Hockeyroos, who under Charlesworth won Olympic gold at the 1996 and 2000 Games, have slipped to sixth in the world rankings behind Argentina, the Netherlands, Germany

Outteridge claims Moth World Championship on Lake Macquarie

Outteridge claims Moth World Championship on Lake Macquarie

18 January 2011

The Australian Sailing Team’s Nathan Outteridge has kicked off his year in style, winning the 2011 Zhik Moth World Championships on his

London Olympics tickets for sale in March

London Olympics tickets for sale in March

17 January 2011

Tickets for the London 2012 Olympic Games will go on sale on March 15, chairman of the organising committee Sebastian Coe announced on Saturday. Sports fans will have six weeks - from March 15 to April 26 - to apply for the 6.6 million public tickets.

Matt White joins Cycling Australia's National Team

Matt White joins Cycling Australia's National Team

17 January 2011

Cycling Australia is pleased to confirm the appointment of Matthew White as Professional Men's Road Coordinator for their

IOC unveils timeline for 2020 bids

IOC unveils timeline for 2020 bids

14 January 2011

The race to host the 2020 Olympic Games will open in May, with the winning city chosen in September 2013, the International

Stosur and Wozniacki knocked out

Stosur and Wozniacki knocked out

12 January 2011

Australia's big hope Samantha Stosur has followed world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki and the second-ranked Vera Zvonareva out the Sydney International exit gates. Fourth-seeded Stosur succumbed 3-6 6-3 6-4 to two-time grand slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova

Meyer bags birthday gold

Meyer bags birthday gold

12 January 2011

Western Australia's Cameron Meyer celebrated his twenty-third birthday by successfully defending his Australian time trial crown at the 2011 Mars Cycling Australian Road National Championships in Learmonth with Shara Gillow collecting the elite women's crown.

Thorpe would be a hit: Perkins

Thorpe would be a hit: Perkins

10 January 2011

Swimming great Ian Thorpe can be a success if he decides to come back for the 2012 London Olympics, according to two-time Olympic champion Kieren Perkins. Reports on Sunday suggested Thorpe was contemplating coming out of retirement to return to competition in the pool in time for next year's Games.

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Did you know?

Ian Thorpe (5 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze) and Leisel Jones (3 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze) have won 9 Summer Games medals.