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Miles Stewart appointed as new CEO of Triathlon Australia

Miles Stewart appointed as new CEO of Triathlon Australia

1 October 2015

Sydney Olympian and former ITU World Champion Miles Stewart has been appointed the new CEO of Triathlon Australia

Seebohm blitzes 100m backstroke in Beijing

Seebohm blitzes 100m backstroke in Beijing

1 October 2015

Emily Seebohm has taken her World Cup season record to seven gold and five silver medals on the second day of competition in Beijing.

Aussie women to face China, Argentina and Great Britain

Aussie women to face China, Argentina and Great Britain

1 October 2015

The Hockeyroos will face China, Argentina and Great Britain in the Hockey World League Final

Meares headlines Aussie team for Oceania Championships

Meares headlines Aussie team for Oceania Championships

30 September 2015

The Road to Rio for Australia's track cyclists takes a detour through Invercargill, New Zealand, for the 2016 Oceania Track Championships.

Swimmers win four golds in Beijing

Swimmers win four golds in Beijing

30 September 2015

Australia's swimmers are off to a flying start, winning four gold, four silver and two bronze medals on the first day of the World Cup meet.

Women's water polo team want more than Olympic gold

Women's water polo team want more than Olympic gold

29 September 2015

Australia's women's water polo team are pushing each other to aim higher than the Olympic gold medal.

Worth gives Rio archery venue the thumbs up

Worth gives Rio archery venue the thumbs up

29 September 2015

Australian Taylor Worth knows its going to be pretty special when competition kicks off at the archery venue at next year’s Rio Olympics.

Step closer for five Olympic sports

Step closer for five Olympic sports

28 September 2015

Five Olympic sports have been proposed by the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee for the 2020 Games.

Climbing towards Olympic glory

Climbing towards Olympic glory

28 September 2015

Interest in Sport Climbing is set to rise to unparalleled levels in Australia after the sport edged closer to making its Olympic debut in 2020.

Olympic dreams now in the sights of karate stars

Olympic dreams now in the sights of karate stars

28 September 2015

A dream of competing on the world stage in front of family and friends is driving Australia’s next generation of Karate stars, after Tokyo 2020 organisers recommended to the IOC the sport should be included at the 2020 Games.

Britt back home after World Cup gold

Gallery: Looking back at 2016

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.