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Kookaburras make it five in a row at FIH Pro League

Kookaburras make it five in a row at FIH Pro League

18 March 2019

On Saturday, the Kookaburras pushed aside any ill-effects of their flight delay, claiming a victory 3-2 against Argentina at Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre. They then followed up on Sunday against New Zealand, claiming their fifth consecutive win of the newly formed FIH Pro League, 5-1.

Hockeyroos out for Trans-Tasman redemption at FIH Pro League

Hockeyroos out for Trans-Tasman redemption at FIH Pro League

15 March 2019

The Hockeyroos and Kookaburras have world class double-headers at Sydney Olympic Park this weekend, with both the men and women taking on Argentina on Saturday and arch-rivals New Zealand on Sunday in the FIH Pro League.

Rugby Australia welcomes expanded Women's Sevens World Series

Rugby Australia welcomes expanded Women's Sevens World Series

14 March 2019

The Women’s Sevens World Series will expand to eight rounds with six rounds combined with their male counterparts in an overhauled fixture list for the 2019-2020 season heading into the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Weekend Wrap: Australia ranked #1 in mixed triathlon & Burnett reigns supreme at Nationals

Weekend Wrap: Australia ranked #1 in mixed triathlon & Burnett reigns supreme at Nationals

12 March 2019

It was a golden weekend for Australia, with Olympic sports across multiple disciplines claiming victory as they head towards Tokyo 2020.

Laird and Palmer defy the odds to claim Volleyfest gold

Laird and Palmer defy the odds to claim Volleyfest gold

11 March 2019

London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympians Becchara Palmer and Nicole Laird have defied all odds, with the pair who only started playing together 12 weeks ago claiming FIVB World Tour gold on home soil in Manly on Sunday afternoon.

AOC Awards Highest Honour to Governor-General

AOC Awards Highest Honour to Governor-General

9 March 2019

The AOC awarded its highest honour, the Order of Merit, to outgoing Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd), at a ceremony in Sydney overnight.

Celebrating game-changing female Olympians on International Women's Day

Celebrating game-changing female Olympians on International Women's Day

7 March 2019

The Australian Olympic Team boasts a multitude of incredible female Olympians spanning from the early 1900’s. In honour of International Women’s Day, we take a look back at some of these incredible women in Australian sport.

Australia's biggest beach volleyball tournament since Sydney 2000 ramps up

Australia's biggest beach volleyball tournament since Sydney 2000 ramps up

7 March 2019

The biggest beach volleyball tournament staged in Australia since the Sydney Olympics ramps up on Thursday, with the 3-star FIVB tournament main draw kicking off at iconic Manly beach.

Sakakibara dominates BMX in Perth

Sakakibara dominates BMX in Perth

5 March 2019

World number eight Kai Sakakibara dominated elite UCI finals on the second day of stage 2 at the BMX Australia BAD BOY National Series at Westside BMX Club.

Kyrgios claims victory in Acapulco

Kyrgios claims victory in Acapulco

4 March 2019

Nick Kyrgios has crowned a glorious week in Acapulco with the fifth ATP title of his career, claiming victory over world No.3 Alexander Zverev in a straight-sets final, 6-3,.

Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

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At London 2012 Australia won 7 gold medals, 16 silver and 12 bronze, a total of 35 medals.

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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.