BASEBALL: With baseball returning to the Olympic programme for the first time in 12 years at Tokyo 2020, the Australian Baseball League (ABL) Championship Series is providing the ideal field to showcase the nation’s top talent.
Australian athlete Kayhan Ozcicek-Takagi has claimed Australia’s first ever male medal on the International Judo Federation’s Grand Prix circuit, by winning bronze at the Tel Aviv Grand Prix.
Tahli Moore has capped off a dream Aussie Spirit debut, scoring the winning run in an eight inning thriller over New Zealand in the 2019 Asia Pacific Cup.
Cycling Australia is pleased to announce a 17-rider team for the 2019 UCI Track World Championships to be held in Poland from 27 February to 3 March.
The Men's and Women's Aussie Sevens teams have named their squads ahead of the HSBC Sydney 7's, with Tim Walsh making two changes to his side and Emma Tonegato making her return from injury.
The Australian Cycling Team has been crowned overall 2018/19 UCI World Cup winners following an emphatic final World Cup round held at the Hong Kong Velodrome.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has congratulated Olympians Ian Thorpe, Kitty Chiller, Max Binnington, Peter Tonkin and Hilton Clarke after they were recognised in today’s Australia Day Honours.
2019 has started with a bang for Australian representative pole vaulter Liz Parnova and she puts it down to a happy mindset and a refreshed athlete-lifestyle balance.
Triathlete Aaron Royle made his Olympic debut at Rio 2016, where he placed 9th in a field of 56. Three years later and the 28-year-old is pushing even harder on his journey to Tokyo 2020 qualification.
Ash Barty could only describe Petra Kvitova as "too good" as the Czech swept to a 6-1 6-4 win in their highly-anticipated Australian Open quarterfinal.
Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018
Best of Buenos Aires 2018
Did you know?
Chantelle and Robert Newbery became the first husband and wife to win medals at the same Olympic Games in Athens 2004. Clayton and Lucinda Fredericks (equestrian) also achieved this feat at the 2008 Beijing Games.
Did you know?
Ian Thorpe (5 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze) and Leisel Jones (3 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze) have won 9 Summer Games medals.