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Keeney and Qin look strong in World Champ finals

Keeney and Qin look strong in World Champ finals

27 July 2015

Australia’s Maddison Keeney and Esther Qin have made a strong start to the women’s 1-metre event at the Kazan World Championships.

Lingard's close encounter with archery hero spurs her on

Lingard's close encounter with archery hero spurs her on

27 July 2015

At the Shanghai Archery World Cup earlier this year when Semra Lingard she came face-to-face with her archery hero, Mexican Aida Roman.

Froome wins Tour but future bright for Dennis & Porte

Froome wins Tour but future bright for Dennis & Porte

27 July 2015

Chris Froome has won the 2015 Tour de France after the final stage sprung no surprises as the British rider cruised into Paris on Sunday.

Weekend wrap - Monday 27 July

Weekend wrap - Monday 27 July

27 July 2015

It was another huge weekend on the road to Rio, with Australian athletes chasing personal bests, medals and Rio Olympic qualification across the globe.

Stosur claims Bad Gastein Open

Stosur claims Bad Gastein Open

27 July 2015

Samantha Stosur has profited from a bold change of plan to clinch her second title of the season at the Bad Gastein Open claycourt event in Austria.

Aussies confident of earning max quota spots

Aussies confident of earning max quota spots

27 July 2015

Australian archer Taylor Worth is confident the men's national team can pull off a top-eight finish at the world championships in Denmark and snap up three spots at next year's Olympics.

Medals to Rio hopefuls at U23 World Champs

Medals to Rio hopefuls at U23 World Champs

27 July 2015

Australia have won two bronze medals on the final day of racing at the ICF Junior and under-23 World Championships in Portugal, taking Australia’s medal tally to four.

Jason Day wins Canadian Open

Jason Day wins Canadian Open

27 July 2015

Australian golfer Jason Day has carded a final-round four-under-par 68 to win the Canadian Open, his second US PGA Tour victory of the year.

Jackson baffled by Cambage decision to miss camp

Jackson baffled by Cambage decision to miss camp

27 July 2015

BASKETBALL: Australian great Lauren Jackson is baffled by Liz Cambage's decision to skip a national team camp in favour of a music festival, saying it goes against the teams' long-standing culture.

Tomic defeats Mannarino in Bogota decider

Tomic defeats Mannarino in Bogota decider

27 July 2015

Australian tennis ace Bernard Tomic has successfully defended his Bogota Open title in Colombia with a three-set win over Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.

Queensland Pierre de Coubertin Awards

Road to Rio: Athlete Journeys

Did you know?

Ian Thorpe (5 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze) and Leisel Jones (3 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze) have won 9 Summer Games medals.