IOC: The Seven Network, Australia’s most-watched broadcast television platform, today confirmed the signing of an historic, long-term agreement for an all-encompassing coverage of the Olympic Games over the coming decade.
The IOC has awarded Seven West Media Ltd. (Seven) the Australian broadcast rights for the Olympic Games through until 2020, starting with Nanjjng 2014 and then Rio 2016.
The following is a report card on each Olympic sport from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland after the 10 days of competition, courtesy of AAP.
Australia has won three gold medals with Dani Samuels (NSW) dominating the women’s discus, teenage sensation Eleanor Patterson (Vic) winning the women’s high jump and Olympic champion Sally Pearson (Qld) defending her title.
SAILING: Selected crews of the Australian Sailing Team have arrived in Rio de Janeiro to compete at the first Olympic test event in the lead up to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
COMM GAMES BOXING: Andrew Moloney and Joe Goodall are one win away from fighting for Commonwealth Games boxing gold medals.
COMM GAMES SWIMMING: The penultimate night of swimming finals started and finished in emphatic fashion with a clean sweep of both the men’s 200m backstroke and the women’s 100m freestyle.
COMM GAMES GYMNASTICS: Women's Artistic gymnast Larrissa Miller (VIC) has finished second in the uneven bars final on Day 8 of competition at Glasgow 2014
COMM GAMES ATHLETICS: There were some outstanding Australian performances and a lot of courage shown over the two sessions of track and field on Day 5 of Glasgow 2014.
Australian Olympic silver medallist Sam Willoughby, fresh off his Time Trial crown on Saturday, survived a dramatic day of head-to-head racing to win his second world title.