SPORT HALL OF FAME: It’s the greatest gathering of sporting royalty in Australia as Olympic legends mix with the greats of every sport in the country.
Australia’s 200 metre sprint record holder, the late Peter Norman, will be honoured with the striking of a bronze statue at Lakeside Stadium in Melbourne...
This week, 88 young athletes from all over Australia embarked on their journey to the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, but not before being mentored and inspired by Olympians Bronte Campbell, Brandon Starc and Jess Thornton.
The Australian Opals have fallen to the USA in the FIBA World Cup gold medal playoff, 56-73, but can hold their heads high with a silver medal around their neck after an incredible campaign.
Records continued to tumble for Australia’s Jessica Fox on the final day of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Rio, her victory in the women’s C1 confirming her status as the greatest female paddler in the history of the sport.
Australia’s Jessica Fox won her sixth individual canoe slalom title, successfully defended her 2017 K1 world crown, and became the most successful individual paddler in the history of the sport at the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Rio.
Jessica Fox is on the verge of rewriting the canoe slalom record books, and in the process overtake two people very familiar to her – mum and dad.
Kicking off 2018 with a Commonwealth Games gold medal and following up with two more golds over the course of the year, Starc is one of Australia’s Youth Olympic Games (YOG) success stories.
Australia's Rohan Dennis etched his name into the record books with a storming ride to claim his maiden individual time trial world title at the 2018 UCI World Championships in Austria.
Five-time world champion and Olympic silver medallist Jessica Fox will return to Rio this week as part of a nine-strong Australian team to compete in the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships.
One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018
Peter Norman posthumously awarded Olympic Order of Merit
Did you know?
Andrew Hoy (Equestrian) has attended 7 Summer Games (1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2012).
Did you know?
At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.