RUGBY: The Qantas Australian Women's Sevens team has qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympics.
After six months, the final Road to Rio Ignite series has been held in Sydney featuring the Australian women's football team, as the journey to the 2016 Games moves to the next stage.
Australia will continue to shuffle the crew in its Olympic gold medal boat, the men’s K4 1000, this weekend as it works to find the team to defend their title in Rio.
Australia’s best ever gymnast, Lauren Mitchell, has returned to competition at Gymnastics Nationals for the first time since injuring both ankles last year
Three sailors are the first Australian athletes selected to compete at the 2015 Pacific Games in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
RIO: Aussie fans can purchase Rio 2016 Tickets on a first come first served basis from Tuesday May 19 at 1000 (EST) via cosport.com.au
Another huge weekend on the Road to Rio, with an Aussie 7s victory, two triathlon podium finishes and two more IGNITEtheDream sessions in Canberra.
The Australian Swim Team kick started preparations for the Swimming World Championships in July, with a two day Grand Prix meet in Canberra.
Australia has claimed three medals at the first ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal
Commonwealth javelin champion Kim Mickle opened her 2015 international campaign with a podium finish at Round 2 of the IAAF Diamond League