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Watt headlines green and gold in Kawasaki

Watt headlines green and gold in Kawasaki

6 May 2011

Australian long jump champion Mitchell Watt will join a green and gold brigade of more than 20 athletes at the Golden Grand Prix in Kawasaki (JAP) this Sunday, May 8.

AOC Statement on Taekwondo

AOC Statement on Taekwondo

6 May 2011

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) continues to consider TKD – Sports Taekwondo Australia’s (STA) application for membership as the National Federation for Taekwondo in Australia.

Sharks name World League team

Sharks name World League team

5 May 2011

Australian Sharks Head Coach John Fox has named a fast, young team full of National League club combinations for next week’s preliminary round of the men’s water polo FINA World League in Auckland (May 9-13).

Willoughby and Buchanan have gold on their minds

Willoughby and Buchanan have gold on their minds

5 May 2011

Newly crowed 2011 Australian Champions Sam Willoughby and Caroline Buchanan will join High Performance riders and Head Coach Wade Bootes for a training camp this week on the Gold Coast.

Galloping to gold in 2012

Galloping to gold in 2012

5 May 2011

Equestrian Australia has officially launched its campaign for the London Olympic Games. Equestrian events for the London Games will be held at the famous Greenwich Park.

Promising keeper leaves Liverpool

Promising keeper leaves Liverpool

5 May 2011

Promising Australian goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis has parted ways with English giants Liverpool with his focus on London 2012.

St Lawrence smashes Australian 10,000m record

St Lawrence smashes Australian 10,000m record

3 May 2011

Ben St Lawrence has this afternoon smashed the Australian 10,000m record at the Stanford Payton Jordan Invitational in California, with the New South Welshman clocking a world championships qualifier 27:24.95.

Sanna steals the show

Sanna steals the show

2 May 2011

Rachael Sanna and Jaybee Alabaster thrilled the audience with their winning Grand Prix Freestyle performance at the Sydney CDI3* to claim victory on a score of 74.250%.

Slingsby wins World Cup bronze

Slingsby wins World Cup bronze

2 May 2011

Beijing Olympian Tom Slingsby has won Bronze in the Laser class at the fourth round of the ISAF Sailing World Cup in France.

Gentle reminder in memory of Luke Harrop

Gentle reminder in memory of Luke Harrop

2 May 2011

Junior World Champion Ashleigh Gentle showed why she will be a force to be reckoned with over the next 15 months after taking out a convincing win at the Gold Coast Tri – Luke Harrop Memorial.

Logarzo and Carpenter keen to show the world what they're made of

Finishing touches for Aussie footballers

Did you know?

Germany’s Christa Luding-Rothenburger is the only athlete to ever win medals in both Winter and Summer Games in the same year. Among other medals, she won skating silver in the 500m (Calgary 1988) and cycling silver in the match sprint (Seoul 1988).