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John Coates - Sydney 2000 anniversary

John Coates - Sydney 2000 anniversary

13 September 2015

John Coates writes about his memories of Sydney 2000, as this week marks the 15 year anniversary.

Peace, love and the Sydney Olympics

Peace, love and the Sydney Olympics

11 September 2015

If you had to nominate the iconic moment of the Sydney Olympics, it would be hard to argue against Cathy Freeman sprinting to gold after months of intense pressure.

Sydney Olympic legacy up with best: Coates

Sydney Olympic legacy up with best: Coates

11 September 2015

John Coates knows he's biased. But Australia's Olympic heavyweight reckons the legacy of the 2000 Sydney Olympics is, like the Games themselves, the best.

Michellie Jones, Emma Snowsill and Peter Robertson inducted into the ITU Hall of Fame

Michellie Jones, Emma Snowsill and Peter Robertson inducted into the ITU Hall of Fame

8 September 2015

The International Triathlon Union has announced seven inductees for the second annual Hall of Fame including Australian athletes Michellie Jones, Emma Snowsill and Peter Robertson

Pekli's life in judo far from over

Pekli's life in judo far from over

4 September 2015

Ask Maria Pekli if she foresees a day when she no longer has anything to do with judo, and she laughs.

Australian cyclist Michael Rogers receives bronze medal

Australian cyclist Michael Rogers receives bronze medal

1 September 2015

Australian cyclist Michael Rogers has been presented with his 2004 Olympic bronze medal from the men’s individual time trial, 11 years after the event.

Nanjing athletes excelling one year on

Nanjing athletes excelling one year on

16 August 2015

One year on from the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, Young Ambassador Jessica Fox and Chef de Mission Susie O'Neill look back with fond memories.

'Come With Us' on exciting journey to Rio

'Come With Us' on exciting journey to Rio

14 August 2015

With less than one year to go until the 2016 Olympic Games, excitement is building for Rio hopeful athletes.

Vander-Kuyp reflects 20 years on from record run

Vander-Kuyp reflects 20 years on from record run

11 August 2015

On 11 August 1995 Kyle Vander-Kuyp set the Australian record for the 110m hurdles at the World Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden with his time of 13.29 seconds.

Time to step up says Rio Team leader

Time to step up says Rio Team leader

5 August 2015

RIO 2016: Australian Team Leader Kitty Chiller, says it is time some other sports “stepped up” and won medals to ease the pressure on our swimmers.

Ashley Stoddart joins the 2016 Team

Australian Olympic Team adidas Competition and Village Wear Unveiled