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Relay berth eludes Trickett

Relay berth eludes Trickett

30 June 2011

Triple Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett's comeback swim has failed to win her a spot on Australia's world championship team.

Australia ready to row at Henley

Australia ready to row at Henley

29 June 2011

Australia is using the Henley-on-Thames regatta as a warm up event ahead of World Cup 3 at Lucerne, Switzerland (July 8-10) and will look for some much needed race practice at the historic British event

Hockeyroos hit back against Germany

Hockeyroos hit back against Germany

29 June 2011

The Hockeyroos have made a statement after their disappointing loss to New Zealand at the Champions Trophy, producing a great 1-0 win over world number 3 team Germany in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Trickett 'thrilled' to be back racing

Trickett 'thrilled' to be back racing

29 June 2011

Triple Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett feels old and uncertain on the eve of her return to elite swimming.

Family grants pave the way for rowing glory

Family grants pave the way for rowing glory

28 June 2011

In a move to further assist its athletes win Olympic and world championship medals, Rowing Australia has announced a number of Family Support initiatives.

Cambage follows Jackon's London lead

Cambage follows Jackon's London lead

28 June 2011

Cambage will also miss the early WNBA games for her US club Tulsa Shock next year to prepare with the Australian Opals for the London Olympics in July.

Matildas can trouble Brazil, says Sermanni

Matildas can trouble Brazil, says Sermanni

28 June 2011

Matildas' coach Tom Sermanni says his team have the weapons to trouble Brazil and can't be intimidated in their opening women's World Cup match in Germany.

Sharks suffer another heart breaking loss

Sharks suffer another heart breaking loss

27 June 2011

The Australian Sharks men’s water polo team have suffered another heart wrenching loss at the FINA World League finals in Florence, going down to Montenegro 8-7 in the playoff for fifth place.

Hockeyroos suffer devastating loss to New Zealand

Hockeyroos suffer devastating loss to New Zealand

27 June 2011

Inaccuracy and a lapse in concentration by the Hockeyroos defence has seen New Zealand inflict a devastating 3-2 defeat to Australia at the 2011 Champions Trophy in Amsterdam the Netherlands overnight.

Tight battles with China

Tight battles with China

26 June 2011

Australia opened its two-match international men's basketball series with a thrilling 67-65 overtime win over China in Perth on Friday night.

Michael Rogers receives Athens bronze medal

Road to Rio: Athlete Journeys

Did you know?

American athlete Eddie Eagan is the only athlete to win gold at a summer and winter Olympics in Heavyweight Boxing (1920) and bobsleigh (1932).