Australia’s Olympic triathletes will get the chance to race on home soil next month, as race two of the the World Triathlon Series takes to the Broadwater precinct on the Gold Coast.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017, we take a look at some of the ground-breaking sporting moments from our top female athletes.
Olympic bronze medallist Maddison Keeney has led the medal charge for Australia at the opening World Series diving event for 2017 in Beijing, picking up an individual bronze and partnering two synchro silver medal
With the countdown on to the World Championships, Australia’s best swimmers brought their A-game to the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre from 3 – 5 March for the NSW State Open.
Olympic synchro bronze medallists Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Smith will head Australia’s charge at the opening FINA World Series diving event for 2017 in Beijing this weekend.
Water Polo Australia (WPA) is please to announce Sakis Kechagias from Greece, as the National Women’s Head Coach to lead the Australian Women’s Water Polo team.
2017 started with a bang! Winter athletes competing in the Northern Hemisphere recorded some of the best Australian results in history. While on home soil, Olympians added National Championship titles to their resume and crowds flocked to some of the biggest sporting events of the year.
The opening day of the 2017 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships has seen a pair of siblings take the next steps towards world championship selection with Chelsea Gubecka and her sister Chloe, as well as Jack Brazier and his sister Mackenzie all finishing inside the top four in the men’s and women’s open 10km event.