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Rawlinson still hopeful of defending world title

Rawlinson still hopeful of defending world title

21 April 2009

Jana Rawlinson remains hopeful of defending her 400m hurdles world title in August, despite separating from her husband and coach. Rawlinson, 26, confirmed on Monday she is battling to save her marriage to her husband of three years, former Commonwealth 400m hurdles champion Chris Rawlinson.

London stadium ahead of schedule - Coe

London stadium ahead of schedule - Coe

20 April 2009

London Olympics chief Lord Sebastian Coe said construction work on the main stadium was four months ahead of schedule.

London stadium ahead of schedule - Coe

London stadium ahead of schedule - Coe

20 April 2009

London Olympics chief Lord Sebastian Coe said construction work on the main stadium was four months ahead of schedule.

Selectors looking to London via Berlin

Selectors looking to London via Berlin

21 March 2009

Australia's leading track and field athletes will be given every chance to stake an early claim for the London Olympics after a surprisingly large team was named for the Berlin world championships.

Lewis creates history and Lapierre leaps long

Lewis creates history and Lapierre leaps long

21 March 2009

Tamsyn Lewis has become the first Australian to claim national titles in the 400m, 400m hurdles and 800m track events and in the process she has surpassed Raelene Boyle and Catherine Freeman on the list of all-time national title-holders after capturing her first 400m hurdles title in Brisbane.

Lewis and McLellan closing in on more gold

Lewis and McLellan closing in on more gold

20 March 2009

Serial Australian title winners Tamsyn Lewis and Sally McLellan have taken the first steps towards more gold

Americans inspire Australia's new track stars

Americans inspire Australia's new track stars

19 March 2009

If one-lap star Sean Wroe and 400m hurdler Tristan Thomas deliver the goods at the Australian track and field championships starting today, both will owe a considerable debt to an American superstar. Having won the 400m at the recent big domestic meets in Sydney and Melbourne, Wroe will start

Tallent wins national 20km walk title

Tallent wins national 20km walk title

9 March 2009

Dual Olympic medallist Jared Tallent came within a second of his personal best time to win his second successive national title in the 20km walk in Melbourne on Saturday.

Big guns defy conditions to win

Big guns defy conditions to win

6 March 2009

Asafa Powell and Sally McLellan both defied a strong headwind and the coldest day in Melbourne this year to dominate the sprints at the World Athletics Tour meet on Thursday night.

Olympic stand-outs steal the show in Sydney

Olympic stand-outs steal the show in Sydney

1 March 2009

Steve Hooker fell short of a personal best in the pole vault, but the Victorian and fellow Beijing Olympic medallist Sally McLellan still showed their class at the Sydney Track Classic on Saturday night.Olympic champion Hooker was in a league of his own at Olympic Park,