Australia's hopes of a World Championship remain alive after the nation's leading men's and women's pairs made it through to the second round of elimination matches in the Netherlands.
The Hockeyroos and Kookaburras will both qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games via the Hockey World League this week, irrespective of whether they finish in the top three or in fourth place
The Kookaburras marched into the semi-final of the Hockey World League after overcoming a dogged and physical Ireland 4-1 in an absorbing quarter-final in Antwerp.
Australian modern pentathlon siblings, Max and Chloe Esposito will look to finish their tremendous season on a high at the World Championships which run from Wednesday to Sunday in Berlin, Germany.
Ten Australians will line up on the start line for the 2015 Tour de France which commences on July 4 with an opening stage individual time trial in Utrecht, Netherlands.
The Hockeyroos will be guaranteed qualification to the 2016 Olympic Games if they win just one of their remaining two matches at the Hockey World League after a 2-0 win over Italy in the quarter-finals.
17-year-old Siarhei Yauhlevski has displayed remarkable talent by winning the bronze medal in 25m Rapid Fire Pistol, at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Junior Cup, in Suhl, Germany, overnight.