Catch up on all the news from the weekend, including a huge AOC Annual General Meeting, athletics grand prix, Rugby 7s action in Glasgow and the BMX World Cup second round.
Four Australians have finished in the top 20 at the 2015 Badminton Horse Trials
Discus thrower Benn Harradine booked his spot in the Australian squad for August's world athletics championships with an impressive season-opening effort in Germany.
Sally Pearson surged to victory in the women’s 100m hurdles to open her 2015 international athletics season at the IAAF Grand Prix meet in Japan.
Reigning BMX world champion Sam Willoughby has claimed the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup series lead after finishing second in the second round of the season.
There were no medals for Australian archers at the opening World Cup event in Shanghai, but head coach Ya-Ping Shih is happy with what she saw.
The Qantas Australian Men's team has finished seventh at the Glasgow Sevens after losses to the USA and South Africa on Finals Day.
A clinical final 30 minutes saw the Kookaburras overcome a tight opening half to run out 5-0 winners over Pakistan in their final match at the Hobart International Challenge.
The Kookaburras have done the double over Kiwi rivals the New Zealand Black Sticks following up Tuesday’s 3-0 win with a 5-2 victory in front of a packed Tasmanian Hockey Centre.
Emerging Australian triathlete Ryan Fisher has backed himself to win a dramatic sprint finish in the third ITU Triathlon World Cup in Chengdu, China.