CANOE/ KAYAK - SLALOM: Day two of the first ICF Slalom World Cup in Cardiff, Wales is underway with Penrith Valley paddler Jessica Fox getting Australia off to a great start winning silver in the women’s C1 final.
ATHLETICS: Long jumper Fabrice Lapierre has booked his spot on the Australian team for the world championships in Moscow in August.
TRIATHLON: Aaron Royle is hopeful of returning to full training in two weeks after being released from a Spanish hospital.
Olympians from Natalie Cook to Betty Cuthbert are getting out their green and gold uniforms in preparation to visit primary and secondary schools as part of International Olympic Day.
FOOTBALL: Holger Osieck can reflect with pride after his brave substitution of national hero Tim Cahill with the game in the balance swung it - and World Cup qualification - for the Socceroos.
FOOTBALL: Australia are just 90 minutes away from securing a World Cup berth but Socceroos skipper Lucas Neill insists the team will be playing the game and not the occasion.
BLOG: Behind the scenes in Sochi in southern Russia, host city of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Just a taste of what ski cross athletes Anton Grimus and Scott Kneller experienced at the Sochi test events in 2013.
FOOTBALL: The Socceroos produced the most commanding performance of their World Cup qualifying campaign to smash Jordan 4-0 in Melbourne last night and take a huge step towards securing a spot at next year's finals in Brazil.
NSWOC: The names of ten Olympians from the 2012 Australian Olympic Team were added to the Illawarra Olympic Wall at a ceremony in Wollongong’s Lang Park today.
BLOG: One of the biggest differences I see between being a skeleton athlete and other sports is the large six month off season where no ice sliding is possible. In skeleton we have a full six months of zero sliding time possible for any athlete.