The Australia Olympic Committee (AOC) has approved changes to Guidelines that create greater flexibility for Olympic athletes to provide value for their commercial supporters during the Olympic period.
In the shadow of Uluru, hundreds of people from across Australia gather together for the Deadly Fun Run Championships, lit by a dazzling purple and orange sunrise. The run brings together Indigenous communities and supporters of all backgrounds, ages and running experiences.
AOC: Celebrating his 98th birthday today is Australia’s oldest Olympian, Frank Prihoda. Born in the Czech Republic, the 1956 Winter Olympian, fled his native country to live in Australia where he proudly wore the green and gold of his adopted country...
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Australia’s incredible run of success in women’s sport has continued with Mariafe Artacho del Solar and Taliqua Clancy winning bronze at the FIVB World Championships in Hamburg,Germany.
The AOC has welcomed comments from the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, supporting a potential bid for the 2032 Olympic Games in Queensland...
AOC President and IOC Member John Coates has had his term on the International Olympic Committee extended to the end of 2024 following a vote at the IOC Session in Lausanne.
The AOC has welcomed key changes approved by the IOC at its Session in Lausanne today, that increases the flexibility for electing future Olympic and Paralympic Games hosts.
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Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018
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Gold and silver medals must be made of 92.5 percent pure silver; the gold medal must be gilded with at least six grams of gold.
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Australia continued its medal winning streak at the Winter Games with three athletes reaching the podium at Sochi 2014 - David Morris (Silver, Aerials), Torah Bright (Silver, Halfpipe) and Lydia Lassila (Bronze, Aerials).