The Australian Swim Team has finished its campaign at the 12th FINA World Short Course Championships in Doha overnight with a medal flurry – winning three silvers and a bronze, on the final day, taking their overall total to ten.
The opening canoe sprint event of the season has concluded in Adelaide following three days of racing at the West Lakes Canoe Club.
CYCLE: Youngster Scott Law won Australia's only medal on the closing day of the Track Cycling World Cup in London as the big guns of the team failed to fully fire.
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The Australian Men's side has jumped up into the automatic qualification spots for the Rio Olympics in 2016 after thrilling their way to the Cup Final at the 7evens Stadium in Dubai.
HOCKEY: Australia will play for the Champions Trophy against the host nation Argentina at 09:00 AEDT on Monday morning.
Defending champions Japan gained a dream draw on Saturday for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada while Australia will face a tough group containing the United States.
SWIMMING: The President of the Australian Olympic Committee John Coates says it’s time to “accept late night swimming finals in Rio and let’s get on with the job”.
RIO 2016: Kenneth To has had a bad run lately with illness and injury. His recovery from back surgery was boosted by the Rio IGNITE session and time with Laurie Lawrence.
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