November was a time for awards, retirements, tributes and excitement for the future, with some impressive results coming from debuting, returning and veteran Olympic sports.
The month of May was action packed for your Australian Olympians, with world-first achievements, medals galore and a curious case of a kidnapped canoe!
April 2018 saw over 6,600 athletes and officials from 71 teams flock to Australian shores for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Steph Gilmore has made history at the Maui Pro, taking out her seventh world championship title and putting her on par with fellow Aussie surfing legend, Layne Beachley.
Team Australia has finished on a high after team captain Sally Fitzgibbons claimed the gold medal in the women’s division today at the ISA World Surfing Games at Long Beach, Tahara.
Ian Chesterman, Chef de Mission of the Australian Tokyo 2020 Team, today welcomed the release of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games competition schedule.
After more than six hours of competition, Australian surfing icon Stephanie Gilmore took back the Leaders Jersey from previous champion, Lakey Peterson at the J-Bay World Surf League Championships in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa.
Stephanie Gilmore has won the Oi Rio Women’s Pro, Stop No. 4 on the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), after a massive day of competition in four-to-five foot (1.2 - 1.5 metre) surf at Itaúna Beach in Saquarema.
It was a landmark day for Australian surfing, with Stephanie Gilmore claiming the women's No.1 ranking after beating Hawaiian Tatiana Weston-Webb, while surfing legend Mick Fanning finishes second in his final competition at Bells Beach.