Defending champion Brad Kahlefeldt won his second successive Mooloolaba ITU World Cup triathlon on Saturday ahead of fellow Australian Brendan Sexton and Frenchman David Hauss. Kahlefeldt crossed the finish line in 1:51:05, three seconds ahead of Sexton, who dived across the line six tenths of a second ahead of Hauss after recovering from a 15-second penalty for an infringement in the transition zone.
Australia made a brilliant start to the track cycling world titles in the Netherlands by posting an emphatic victory in the men's team pursuit on Wednesday night.
Dual Olympic gold medallist Michael Diamond (NSW) has shot a perfect 25 in the third round of the men’s trap at the 2011 ISSF World Cup at the Sydney International Shooting Centre as he chases an Olympic quota for Australia.
Australian Anna Meares believes she could take a major step towards Olympic sprint glory in London if she beats British rival Victoria Pendleton at the world championships
Two-time Olympic shooting champion Michael Diamond has decided to scale back his training in the build-up to the London Games - to about one session a month.
Olympic kayak champion Ken Wallace can't defend his gold medal in London but believes he's in a great position to complete some "unfinished business" and win his pet event at the 2012 Games.
Sibling rivalries have pushed some of Australia’s top young water polo players into the pool for London 2012. From a sport always steeped in family tradition, water polo prodigies Keesja Gofers and Holly Lincoln-Smith