ATHLETICS: Reigning world and Olympic 100m hurdles champion Sally Pearson is unlikely to race again until July after re-injuring her hamstring.
CYCLING - TRACK: One moment, Anna Meares and Victoria Pendleton were two of the fiercest rivals at the Olympics - the next, they shared a mirror and chatted about weddings.
TRIATHLON: It is hard to know how Emma Moffatt managed to keep a smile on her face in a frantic sprint for the line, but it was a happy “Moffy” who grabbed a
CANOE/KAYAK: Ken Wallace has turned back the clock in Szeged, Hungary, winning gold in the men’s K1 500 A final, the same event he won at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
ATHLETICS: Queenslander Benn Harradine has announced his return competitive athletics in unbelievable fashion by smashing his own Oceania and Australian record in the men’s discus throw.
HOCKEY: A dominant Kookaburras performance was rewarded with four quickfire goals in ten second half minutes as Australia’s men emerged as 4-1 victors over Korea in the fourth and final test in Perth. The result also sealed a series win for the Kookaburras who won twice and drew twice.
SOCHI 2014: With just nine months to go until the next Olympic Winter Games in Russia, over 30 Australian athletes gathered on the other side of the world to brace for Sochi 2014.
WATER POLO: Five members of Australia’s bronze medal winning team from the 2012 London Olympic Games have been named to headline the Aussie Stingers squad for the women’s FINA World League qualifying rounds in New Zealand next week.
The AOC has introduced new rules forcing athletes and officials to truthfully answer all questions put to them by the doping authority, ASADA.
SWIMMING: More than 60 swimmers will represent Australia at the 2013 FINA and IPC World Championships in Barcelona and Montreal this year with a host of new faces announced on the Australian Swim Team in Adelaide.