Olympic gold medallist Ken Wallace will aim to secure his place on the 2009 Australian flatwater kayaking team this week at the Australian Canoe Kayak Sprint Championships in Perth.
Leisel Jones would spend more time in the shower than a pool nowadays but the Olympic breaststroke champion doesn't consider herself a "part-time" swimmer. The Beijing 100m gold medallist on Wednesday revealed the extent of her radical training regime that has taken preparing for the 'frog stroke' to a totally new amphibious level.
Three of Australia’s Olympic silver medallists showed their strength on Day 3 of the 2009 Australian Rowing Championships at Lake Barrington, Tasmania.
Australia’s top rowers were greeted with cold, wet and windy conditions on the second day of the 2009 Australian Rowing Championships at Lake Barrington, Tasmania.
Toowoomba rowers Sally Kehoe and Pippa Savage stormed to victory in their respective semi-finals of the open women’s single scull as Day 3 of the Australian Rowing Championships began at Lake Barrington, Tasmania.
Steve Hooker fell short of a personal best in the pole vault, but the Victorian and fellow Beijing Olympic medallist Sally McLellan still showed their class at the Sydney Track Classic on Saturday night.Olympic champion Hooker was in a league of his own at Olympic Park,
Beijing gold medallist Matthew Mitcham secured a record fourth title over the three-day Australian Diving Championships in Brisbane.
Olympic champion Steve Hooker knows how close he is to pole vault immortality - breaking the long-standing world record of the sport's undisputed king, Ukrainian Sergey Bubka.
Olympic rowing gold medallist David Crawshay will be one of the main drawcards when the Australian Rowing Championships commences on Monday at Lake Barrington in Tasmania.Crawshay, who partnered Scott Brennan to a sensational gold medal in the men’s double scull in Beijing almost six months ago
Australia has a newly discovered Olympic hero, and the nation’s tally of Olympic medals has suddenly, and quite unexpectedly, been boosted by four --- three silver and one bronze. For well over a century Francis (Frank) Gailey, a swimmer from Brisbane, has mistakenly been listed in official records as an American.