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Adelaide out in force to welcome home Rio Team

Adelaide out in force to welcome home Rio Team

1 September 2016

TEAM: A large and passionate crowd gathered in Adelaide on Thursday to meet over 30 athletes from the 2016 Australian Olympic Team.

Fan Messages capture Australia's pride

Fan Messages capture Australia's pride

23 August 2016

Throughout the lead up to, and during, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, our Aussie athletes have been inundated with inspiring messages from audiences watching at home.

Looking to Tokyo

Looking to Tokyo

22 August 2016

Tokyo 2020 is looking very positive for Australia with a number of young debutantes showing what they're made of at Rio 2016.

Top five target remains our future goal

Top five target remains our future goal

22 August 2016

A top five position on the Olympic medals table remains a realistic goal for Australia despite falling “well short” of ambitions in Rio, chef de mission Kitty Chiller has declared.

Olympic spirit celebrated in Rio

Olympic spirit celebrated in Rio

19 August 2016

Gold, silver and bronze medals are not the only form of glory celebrated at the Olympic Games.

Swimming wrap: Foundations built for bright future

Swimming wrap: Foundations built for bright future

16 August 2016

The Australian swim team has wrapped up their 2016 Olympic campaign with a total of 10 medals including three gold.

Medley medals top off Rio swimming campaign

Medley medals top off Rio swimming campaign

14 August 2016

Australia has won two medals in the 4x100m medley, with the women claiming silver and the men bronze.

Gracious McEvoy flies in 50 free heats

Gracious McEvoy flies in 50 free heats

12 August 2016

The men’s 50m freestyle splash and dash kicked off proceedings on Day 6 heats at the Rio Olympic Aquatic Centre with Australia’s Cameron McEvoy and Matthew Abood amongst the action.

Rare sprint double in Aussies' reach

Rare sprint double in Aussies' reach

12 August 2016

The women's 100m freestyle could produce a rare double for the Australian swim team tonight in the pool.

Teenage sensation breaks historic drought

Teenage sensation breaks historic drought

11 August 2016

Teenage sensation Kyle Chalmers announced himself as the new star of Australian swimming when he stormed home to win the Rio 100 metres freestyle final.