adidas and the Australian Olympic Committee were today joined by several outstanding athletes including Sally Pearson, Mitchell Watt, Craig Mottram, Jess Schipper, Bronte Campbell, Henry Frayne and Cate Campbell to unveil the lightest and fastest team uniform ever worn by the Australian team.
A handful of Australia's London-bound Olympians are competing in this week's national surf lifesaving championships as a welcome change from training and the strain of qualifying events.
A spectacle of dance and aerobic fitness, rhythmic gymnastics is a jewel of the Olympic program not to be missed. Lighting up Wembley Stadium this August will be Perth’s shining young champion Janine Murray.
Rugby Great John Eales has led Australia to as many Bledisloe Cup wins as he will have Olympics. The World Cup-winning skipper was an Athlete Liaison Officer (ALO) for the Australian Olympic Team during the 2004 and 2008 Games and returns for a third Olympic campaign in 2012.
National selectors moved a step closer to a number of decisions on day 3 of the 2012 Rowing Australia National Selection Trials as more crews impressed at the Sydney International Regatta Centre in Penrith.
Frenchman Laurent Vidal claimed his first ITU World Cup win with an electrifying sprint in Mooloolaba, pipping reigning champion Brad Kahlefeldt with Brendan Sexton in fifth.
The arrival into town of the Olympic Champion always adds that golden glow to any event and it will be no different when Emma Snowsill hits the ground running on the Sunshine Coast to officially prepare for the start of her 2012 Olympic campaign.
The battle for medals in the pool at the London Olympic Games will be fierce and swimmers selected to represent Australia are capable of taking down the world’s best.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geoff Huegill has fallen short of writing another chapter in his fairy tale comeback, by finishing fifth in Wednesday night's 100m butterfly final