Former Australian rower Mike McKay has been presented with the prestigious Thomas Keller medal during World Cup 3 at Lucerne, Switzerland.
Australian Sailing Team (AST) member Jessica Crisp sailed to second place in the RS:X Women’s Medal Race at the ISAF World Sailing Championship in Cascais, Portugal.
Australian Sailing Team (AST) member Tom Slingsby has won the Men's single-handed Laser event at the ISAF Sailing World Championship in Cascais, Portugal
Defending world champions Darren Bundock and Glenn Ashby have qualified Australia a spot in the Tornado catamaran class at the Beijing Olympics
Despite finishing second in Friday’s IAAF Golden League meet in Paris, the form of Jana Rawlinson looks impressive heading into the World Championships, as does the form of Australia’s premier distance runner, Craig Mottram, who won his final hit-out before Osaka next month.
In her most serious encounter since returning to competition after giving birth to son Cornelus last December, Jana Rawlinson (nee Pittman) has defeated a star-studded line up to take victory at the IAAF World Athletics Tour meeting in Athens.Rawlinson (54.25) and pole vaulter Steve Hooker (5.85m) both scored stunning victories
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) today announced that Australian boxer Omar Al-Shaick has received a two year sanction from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for failing to provide a urine sample during a no notice, out of competition test in Brisbane on 13 June 2006.
Matching the class of his African counterparts Craig Mottram has won the Emil Zatopek 5000m against a star-studded field at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava overnight.In what Australian athletics fans hope is a sign of things to come at the IAAF World Championships in Osaka in 66 days time, Mottram stormed home in 13:04.97
Six-time Olympic swimming medallist Michael Klim has announced his retirement from the sport.The 29-year-old sprinter had a brilliant international career that spanned 13 years and included three Olympics, four long course FINA World Championships and two Commonwealth Games appearances.
Australia's men's eight made a disappointing international debut for 2007 at the Rowing World Cup regatta in Amsterdam, but the women's four enjoyed gold medal success.The men's eight, which included five-time olympian James Tomkins