KAYAKING/ ROWING: Australia's Olympic kayaking champions are out to prove to their rowing compatriots they are the country's fastest men on water.
HOCKEY: The Hockeyroos squad for the forthcoming World League Finals in Argentina has been announced by Hockey Australia.
SAILING: Having being nominated twice before in 2010 and 2012, it proved to be third time lucky for Mathew Belcher, the Australian Olympic and World champion in the 470 dinghy class, whose current winning streak stretches to an amazing 17 consecutive regattas.
HOCKEY: Beijing and London Olympian Kobie McGurk has announced her retirement from international duties after a stellar nine-year career, spanning 185 caps for Australia.
GOLF: Masters Champion Adam Scott has made a triumphant return home winning the Australian PGA Championship.
GYMNASTICS - TRAMPOLINE: The Australian Team of Ty Swadling, Blake Gaudry, Will Morris and Jack Penny have taken out the bronze medal in the Team Final at the 29th Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.
CYCLING: Caroline Buchanan’s record breaking 2013 has continued with the Canberran sweeping the 2013 Australian Cyclist of the Year Awards held in Melbourne on Friday night.
RIO 2016: Rio marked 1000 days to the 2016 Olympics by starting the impending countdown with a blast, dynamiting the entrance to a tunnel to the new Transolimpica expressway which will link the city centre with future Games sites.
ROWING: The great run of sporting success of Australia’s women continues with rower Kim Crow named female athlete of the year by the International Rowing Federation (FISA).
Basketball Australia today extended condolences to the family and friends of Australian Basketball Hall of Famer Ian Davies, who sadly passed away at his home in Hobart overnight, aged 57.