ATHLETICS: Champion Australian walker Jared Tallent admits he's lost some motivation to compete after the man who beat him for a London Olympic gold medal was banned for doping in 2012 but allowed to keep the title and defend it in Rio next year.
TENNIS: Lleyton Hewitt slipped up in the second set, but recovered in vintage style as he became the 10th local to bustle into the second round of the Australian Open.
CANOE/KAYAK: NSWIS star Jo Brigden-Jones and her K2 partner Naomi Flood dominated the senior women's races at the Canoe/Kayak NSW Sprint Championships.
CYCLING: Jack Bobridge's stunning stage win at the Tour Down Under means the Australian cycling star has big decisions to make.
TENNIS: Lleyton Hewitt will seek to extend a golden start from local hopes at the Australian Open when day two begins in Melbourne.
CYCLING: Australia's Michael Rogers will start this week's Tour Down Under among the favourites.
TENNIS: Jarmila Gajdosova looks set to get the locals off to a good start at the Australian Open and break her Melbourne Park hoodoo.
CYCLING: Australia has claimed two gold medals at the UCI Track World Cup Series in Columbia, with both men's and women's teams victorious in team pursuit.
HOCKEY: Former Kookaburras coach Ric Charlesworth has been named hockey’s International Men’s Coach of the Year.
BASKETBALL: Australian basketball history is set to be made when the San Antonio Spurs host the Utah Jazs, with four Australians set to take to the court.