CANOE/KAYAK - SLALOM: Nineteen-year-old Jessica Fox went one better than her silver medal performance in Cardiff last weekend to win Gold in the women’s C1 final at ICF World Cup 2 in Augsburg, Germany over the weekend.
BLOG: I’d landed in Park City, Utah and settled into my routine: two hours of push training and start analysis to start each day, a physio session with Ashley Merkur and then mountain biking runs for the rest of the day.
SNOWBOARD: From rock bottom to world-beater; that is the goal for snowboarder Nathan Johnstone as he eyes the Olympic berth that should have been.
AOC President, John Coates, has congratulated the Federal Sports Minister, Senator Kate Lundy, after the ASADA Bill passed through the Senate saying it “reinforces the Minister’s strong commitment to the fight against doping in sport in Australia”.
A change in personnel hasn't stopped Australia's men's four scoring a second successive rowing World Cup victory at the meet at England's Eton Dorney.
CANOE/KAYAK - SPRINT: Following two days of trials in Penrith, Australian Canoeing has selected Athletes to a pool for the 2013 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisburg, Germany from 27 August to 1 September.
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.