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Day 10 preview – Team sport knockout rounds

Day 10 preview – Team sport knockout rounds

15 August 2016

As we move into week two of the Games, Australia has the challenge of quarter-final knockout games in two team sports, the women’s hockey and water polo. The Canoe Sprint competition gets under way and there are medals on the line in Sailing.

Day 9 review - Determined Aussies have mixed day in Rio

Day 9 review - Determined Aussies have mixed day in Rio

15 August 2016

There were strong individual performances for the Aussies on the track, diving in the pool and on the golf greens, but unfortunately it was not quite enough for a podium finish.

Goulding shines in fourth Aussie win

Goulding shines in fourth Aussie win

15 August 2016

The Australian men’s basketball team has closed out the group stages with an emphatic 81-56 victory over Venezuela.

Aussies set up Serbia showdown

Aussies set up Serbia showdown

14 August 2016

The Australian women's basketball team needed another second half comeback to prevail, overcoming a 13-point deficit to beat Belarus 74-66.

Three medals and PBs on Day 7 in Rio

Three medals and PBs on Day 7 in Rio

13 August 2016

It was another huge day in Rio with three medals won by Australia.

Day 8 preview – Super Saturday

Day 8 preview – Super Saturday

13 August 2016

On Super Saturday Australia has medal hopes on the water, in the velodrome, in the pool and on the track.

Australia focused and together, defeat China

Australia focused and together, defeat China

13 August 2016

Australia has defeated China 93-68 to remain second in group A of the Olympic basketball competition.

Day 7 preview - Meares, athletics and plenty more

Day 7 preview - Meares, athletics and plenty more

12 August 2016

Athletics kicks off its competition program with three sessions on Day 1. Flagbearer Anna Meares starts her program and popular boxer Shelley Watts has her first bout.

Day 6 review

Day 6 review

12 August 2016

Australia continues to sit in fourth on the medal tally after finishing with two silver and one bronze on Day 6.

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