Calendar of Events
Find out when our Australian athletes are competing both at home and around the world.
29/05/17 - 03/06/17 Table Tennis World Championships, Dusseldorf, Germany
02/06/17 - 04/06/17 Weightlifting: Australian Junior and Senior Championships, Hobart, Australia
15/06/17 - 20/06/17 Fencing: Senior Asian Championships, Hong Kong, China
16/06/17 - 27/06/17 Weightlifting: IWF Junior World Championships, Tokyo, Japan
22/07/17 - 23/07/17 Cross Country Skiing: Australian Championships, Perisher, NSW
12/08/17 - 13/08/17 Australian Biathlon Championships, Mt Hotham
19/08/17 - 20/08/17 Cross Country Skiing: Australian Championships 2, Falls Creek, VIC
30/08/17 - 03/09/17 Rhythmic Gymnastics: FIG World Championships, Pesaro, Italy
15/09/17 - 19/09/17 Tennis: Davis Cup, Brussels, Belgium
24/09/17 - 30/09/17 Tennis: Wuhan Open, Wuhan, China
02/10/17 - 08/10/17 Artistic Gymnastics: FIG World Championships, Montreal, Canada
06/10/17 - 08/10/17 Fencing: Oceania Cadet Championships, Noumea, New Caledonia
08/10/17 - 04/10/17 Fencing: Asian Under-23 Championships, Hanoi, Vietnam
08/10/17 - 15/10/17 Tennis: Shanghai Masters, Shanghai, China
14/10/17 - 15/10/17 Sport Climbing: Oceania Lead, Speed and Boulder Titles, New Caledonia
26/10/17 - 28/10/17 Swimming: Australian Short Course Championships, Adelaide, Australia
27/10/17 - 30/10/17 Weightlifting: Australian & Oceania Masters Championships, Pacific Rim Masters Tournament & World Masters Cup, Gold Coast, Australia
30/10/17 - 05/11/17 Tennis: Paris Masters, Paris, France
04/11/17 - 06/11/17 Cycling: Track Cycling World Cup, Pruszkow, Poland
09/11/17 - 12/11/17 Trampoline Gymnastics: FIG World Championships, Sofia, Bulgaria
28/11/17 - 05/12/17 Weightlifting: IWF World Championships, Anaheim, USA
08/12/17 - 12/12/17 Fencing: Australian Open Championships, Canberra, Australia
17/12/17 - 17/12/17 Weightlifting: Commonwealth Games Trials, Sydney, Australia
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Did you know?
Synchronised swimming and rhythmic gymnastics are the only sports on today’s Olympic program to be contested only by women.