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Sleeping and studying high, training low

Sleeping and studying high, training low

8 July 2006

Australian cyclists from all disciplines are currently competing, training and some even studying all over the globe.In the Alps in north east Italy 13 Australian riders including Olympic road race champion Sara Carrigan and Athens individual track pursuit silver medallist Katie Mactier are currently at an altitude training camp based out of a small village/ski resort Stelvio at 2780m.

Ward to become softball’s most capped player

Ward to become softball’s most capped player

7 July 2006

Australia’s short-stop and co-captain Natalie Ward will break Australia’s record for most game appearances when Australia takes...

McEwen maintains the green

McEwen maintains the green

7 July 2006

Robbie McEwen has held on to the coveted sprinters green jersey in the Tour de France despite a miss-timed sprint in the fifth stage...

McEwen out sprints Le Tour again

McEwen out sprints Le Tour again

6 July 2006

Robbie McEwen claimed his 10th career Tour de France win overnight, taking out the fourth stage in another hectic sprint...

Australia makes hard work of China A

Australia makes hard work of China A

6 July 2006

Australia continued its domination of the Asian-Oceania round of the Women’s World League water polo event in Yongzhou, China, beating China A 10-7...

Ward hits home run in equaller

Ward hits home run in equaller

6 July 2006

The Australian Open Women’s softball team, Aussie Spirit, have once again proved strong in attack, defeating Japan...

Barry Bonds trainer jailed for refusing to testify

Barry Bonds trainer jailed for refusing to testify

6 July 2006

Barry Bond's former personal trainer was jailed today for refusing to testify before a grand jury reportedly investigating whether...

Hewitt bows out in quarters, another Aussie creates history

Hewitt bows out in quarters, another Aussie creates history

6 July 2006

There were mixed results for Australians on day nine at Wimbledon with some wins, some losses and some very long matches...

Opals finish Chinese tour with buzzer-beating win over hosts

Opals finish Chinese tour with buzzer-beating win over hosts

6 July 2006

The Australian Opals have finished their Chinese tour with an exciting win over their hosts on the buzzer, 78-76...

Rogers moves to second, O'Grady crashes

Rogers moves to second, O'Grady crashes

5 July 2006

Australian Michael Rogers has moved to second place in the Tour de France, after finishing second in the tough 216.5km...

Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

Did you know?

Australia and Greece are the only two countries to have competed in every edition of the Modern Olympic Games.

Did you know?

Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.