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Beijing unlikely to meet air quality targets

Beijing unlikely to meet air quality targets

31 May 2006

Smoggy Beijing is unlikely to meet its target for "blue sky" days with acceptable air quality this year, the government said...

Jamieson runs another P.B, Steffenson off the pace

Jamieson runs another P.B, Steffenson off the pace

29 May 2006

Dual Olympian and Commonwealth Games silver medallist Sarah Jamieson was the outstanding Australian athlete at the...

Goss wins points jersey and claims second on final stage

Goss wins points jersey and claims second on final stage

29 May 2006

Matthew Goss has claimed the points classification and led home the bunch to claim second in the sixth and final stage of the Vuelta Navarra in Spain...

Steffensen returns and Jamieson hopes to remain world leader

Steffensen returns and Jamieson hopes to remain world leader

26 May 2006

Commonwealth Games champion, John Steffensen, will compete this Sunday (Monday AEST) in the 32nd Annual Prefontaine Classic in the United States - his first race since...

Thorpe withdraws from European tour to regain full fitness

Thorpe withdraws from European tour to regain full fitness

25 May 2006

Five-time Olympic champion Ian Thorpe has withdrawn from the Australian squad that will jet off to Europe on Monday...

Debutante Crow set to take on the Worlds

Debutante Crow set to take on the Worlds

24 May 2006

Kim Crow hadn’t set foot inside a rowing boat 12 months ago. This month the 20-year-old from the Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) will represent Australia...

King of Middle Distance, El Guerrouj retires

King of Middle Distance, El Guerrouj retires

24 May 2006

Morocco's Olympic 5000m and 1500m champion Hicham El Guerrouj has retired from athletics...

Open Water Team prepare for their own 'Amazing Race' to Beijing

Open Water Team prepare for their own 'Amazing Race' to Beijing

23 May 2006

Australia’s open water swimming team are taking their next strokes towards Olympic history this week...

Three Golds for Australia at World Sailing Games

Three Golds for Australia at World Sailing Games

22 May 2006

Eight Australian crews featured in the medal races at the 2006 ISAF World Sailing Games in Austria with five winning medals...

Aussie rowers depart for international season

Aussie rowers depart for international season

21 May 2006

One of Australia’s biggest teams in years departed Australia on Saturday for the commencement of the 2006 international rowing season in Europe...

Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

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.

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.