With the 2007 Australian Rowing Championships now over attention turns to the selection trials which are being held at the Sydney International Regatta Centre, Penrith 13 - 22 April.With over 150 athletes invited to compete in the trials for selection into the Senior A and U23 squads, competition will be fierce.
Dethroned world champion Grant Hackett says today's Duel in the Pool will be the first step in his mission to reclaim his position at the top of world swimming for the 2008 Olympics. Australia will go in as major underdogs against the Michael Phelps-led United States in the match-race meet in Sydney.
Sydney's Kate Bates, 24, won gold in the 25km women's points race and Queenslander Anna Meares, 23, collected bronze in the women's keirin to move Australia to second on the medal table at the end of the 2007 Track Cycling World Championships in Palma de Majorca, Spain.
Australia has opened it's medal tally at the 2007 Track Cycling World Championships with a bronze medal in the women's teams sprint in Palma Majorca, Spain.
Australia has medal contenders in all four events to be contested on day one of the 2007 Track Cycling World Championships being staged in Palma Majorca, Spain
Athletics Australia today named a squad of 40 athletes to participate in the 11th IAAF World Championships in Athletics to be held in Osaka, Japan in August 2007. The squad is headed by 2003 world 400m hurdles champion Jana Rawlinson and 2005 World Championship bronze medallist Craig Mottram.
Kate Brookes-Peterson has produced the swim of her life to win Australia’s first medal of the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships – bronze in the women’s 5km open water event at St Kilda Beach.
Brookes-Peterson, who led for most of the race, was over taken on the last of four 1.25km laps by
All 12 members of Australia's 2006 world basketball championship winning outfit were named in the 26-woman Opals squad
Australia’s open water swimming team touched down in Melbourne Tuesday as the countdown continues for the 12th FINA World Championships, starting this weekend.The seven-strong team which includes world champions Josh Santacaterina and Brendan Capell and four-time Australian Ironman
The 85th Australian Athletics Titles and World Championship selection trials concluded in Brisbane Sunday with a new Australian record and three athletes winning doubles.After chasing the 34-year-old Australian record all summer and twice being denied of a new record by excessive wind, Sally McLellan