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Dunkley-Smith switches to men's coxless four boat

Dunkley-Smith switches to men's coxless four boat

3 August 2015

Olympic silver medallist Joshua Dunkley-Smith has been switched into the Australian men's coxless four for this month's world rowing championships to replace injured Alexander Lloyd.

Bach says wait for WADA investigation into athletics

Bach says wait for WADA investigation into athletics

3 August 2015

IOC President Thomas Bach says he has full confidence in the WADA investigation into widespread doping in track and field.

Weekend wrap - Monday 3 August

Weekend wrap - Monday 3 August

3 August 2015

As the countdown to Rio 2016 closes in on one year to go, Australians have been chasing Olympic qualification around the globe.

Sepp Blatter stands down from IOC

Sepp Blatter stands down from IOC

3 August 2015

The FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, is standing down from the International Olympic Committee.

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Dunkley-Smith switches to men's coxless four boat

Dunkley-Smith switches to men's coxless four boat

3 August 2015

Olympic silver medallist Joshua Dunkley-Smith has been switched into the Australian men's coxless four for this month's world rowing championships to replace injured Alexander Lloyd.

Weekend wrap - Monday 3 August

Weekend wrap - Monday 3 August

3 August 2015

As the countdown to Rio 2016 closes in on one year to go, Australians have been chasing Olympic qualification around the globe.

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Almaty lost but is the talk of the town

Almaty lost but is the talk of the town

1 August 2015

Beijing has won the right to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games but it is the closeness of the vote that has everyone talking at the 128 IOC Session.

China wins historic vote to host 2022 Olympics

China wins historic vote to host 2022 Olympics

31 July 2015

Beijing will be the only city to host the summer and winter Olympic Games after being awarded the 2022 Winter Games by the IOC.

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AOC participates in 30 Year Anniversary Uluru relay run

AOC participates in 30 Year Anniversary Uluru relay run

18 July 2015

The nation’s most iconic natural landmark played host to a historic Australian-first relay run to celebrate the 30 year Anniversary of the handing back of Uluru to its traditional owners.

Australian Olympians participate in Deadly Fun Run Championships

Australian Olympians participate in Deadly Fun Run Championships

18 July 2015

Over 100 Indigenous runners participated in the 2015 Indigenous Marathon Project's Deadly Fun Run Championships in Uluru this morning to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the handing back of world famous landmark to its traditional owners.

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Embrace digital or lose youth audience

Embrace digital or lose youth audience

2 August 2015

Marketing guru Sir Martin Sorrell has warned the International Olympic Committee that it must embrace new technology.

Weekend wrap - Monday 13 July

Weekend wrap - Monday 13 July

13 July 2015

Plenty of Aussies have been in fine form around the globe in what was a busy, yet successful weekend of sport!

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Weekend wrap - Monday 3 August

Weekend wrap - Monday 3 August

3 August 2015

As the countdown to Rio 2016 closes in on one year to go, Australians have been chasing Olympic qualification around the globe.

Sepp Blatter stands down from IOC

Sepp Blatter stands down from IOC

3 August 2015

The FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, is standing down from the International Olympic Committee.

Emma Moffatt's Road to Rio

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Did you know?

Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.