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BMX Worlds awarded to Australia

BMX Worlds awarded to Australia

20 September 2006

Australia has been awarded the right to host the 2009 BMX World Championships by the International Cycling Union...

Undefeated Opals thrash Argentina

Undefeated Opals thrash Argentina

19 September 2006

The Australian women’s basketball team, the Opals, will enter the quarter final stage of the 2006 FIBA women’s world basketball...

Kookaburras into World Cup Final

Kookaburras into World Cup Final

17 September 2006

The Kookaburras have booked a spot in Sunday's World Cup final with a come from behind 4-2 win over Korea...

Opals beat Canada to make it 3 from 3

Opals beat Canada to make it 3 from 3

15 September 2006

The Australian women's basketball team, the Opals, have beaten Canada 97-65 at the 2006 FIBA world championship in Brazil...

Wilmot and Page just miss world title

Wilmot and Page just miss world title

14 September 2006

Australian sailors Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page just missed winning a third consecutive world championship in Rizhao...

Kookaburras fire into semis

Kookaburras fire into semis

14 September 2006

The Kookaburras have ended their round matches on top of Pool A after a convincing 3-0 win over Pakistan, qualifying for the...

Kookaburras thrash New Zealand 7-1

Kookaburras thrash New Zealand 7-1

13 September 2006

Jamie Dwyer scored two goals to lead Australia to a 7-1 win over New Zealand overnight and book a berth in the ...

Plenty of upsets at hockey World Cup

Plenty of upsets at hockey World Cup

12 September 2006

Traditional hockey nations Pakistan and India slumped to surprising defeats on Monday at the men's hockey World Cup...

Bennett and Snowsill lead Aussie podiums

Bennett and Snowsill lead Aussie podiums

11 September 2006

Athens Olympics fourth placegetter Greg Bennett led a 1-2-3 Australian sweep of the Los Angeles Triathlon on the weekend...

Kookaburras defeat Japan and move to second

Kookaburras defeat Japan and move to second

11 September 2006

The Kookaburras have moved to second spot in pool A after winning their second match of the World Cup, against Japan 3-1,...

Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

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.

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Bill Roycroft carried the Flag in the Opening Ceremony in Mexico City 1968 and his son Wayne carried the Flag in Los Angeles 1984.