Bernard Foley remains hopeful of wearing the green and gold at next year's Olympic Games despite already securing a deal to play rugby year-round in Australia and Japan.
Led by three defending World Champions and a host of the world’s best swimmers, a team of 38 athletes are set to contest the 2015 FINA World Championships.
Gwen Jorgensen dominated again and Jonathan Brownlee scored back-to-back wins on the Gold Coast. There were positive signs for the Australians including Courtney Atkinson's top-10 at the start of his comeback.
The Opals will meet in Sydney later this month in preparation for a European Tour.
SWIMMING: The Australian Championships are being held in Sydney with the new breed of stars like Emma McKeon sharing the spotlight with triple Olympian Grant Hackett. Swimmers are chasing World Championship selection as a big step on their way to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Australian divers Samantha Mills and Esther Qin have won silver at the FINA Grand Prix event in Leon, Mexico.
TRIATHLON: Two-time Olympian Emma Moffatt and young West Australian Ryan Bailie have produced encouraging top ten finishes in the World Triathlon Series race in Auckland.
Six more athletes, including Olympic champion Sally Pearson, have confirmed their selection to the Australian Team bound for Beijing 2015.
Commonwealth Games boxer Kaye Scott trains with the world’s best at the International Boxing Association Training camp.
SHOOTING: Junior Double Trap athlete James Willett who is only 19 has set a Junior World Record in qualifying with 142/150 targets at his first ever International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Al Ain, UAE, overnight.