It was a perfect start in hot and wet conditions for all three Australian Beach Volleyball teams flying the flag at the FIVB 3 Star event in China, the Qinzhou Open.
The Kookaburras and Hockeyroos have both secured their spots in their respective Oceania Cup Finals after big wins at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre on Thursday night.
With Olympians on the sidelines and Ashgabat athletes on the mats the 2017 Australian Taekwondo Championships in Bendigo, Victoria provided the ultimate environment for Australia’s next generation of fighters to flourish.
Emily Smith says it couldn’t have worked out any better that she will run out as Hockeyroos captain for the first time in front of family and friends in her home state.
The Kookaburras have opened their 2017 Oceania Cup campaign with a comfortable 30-0 win over Papua New Guinea at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre on Wednesday night.
The Hockey Oceania Cup kicks off in Sydney tonight and Kookaburras captain Mark Knowles says it’s a great chance to grow the game in the region.
The new pairing of Rio 2016 Olympians Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho del Solar has struck gold at their first major tournament together. Cruising past Indonesia in the final of the Osaka Open in straight sets. 21-10 , 21-11.
Rio 2016 gold medallist Shannon Parry says the Australians are now better prepared to deal with the pressure of a home crowd, after struggling in last season's World Series leg in Sydney.
The conclusion of the Women’s All-Around Final in Montreal last night, also signifies the end of Australia’s campaign at the 2017 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
Australia’s Georgia Godwin has climbed seven places from Qualifications to finish 13th All-Around in the Women’s Individual All-Around Final at the 47th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
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Aussies in Action - Day 10
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At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.
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Andrew Hoy (Equestrian) has attended 7 Summer Games (1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2012).