From Beach Volleyball gold in Poland to Archery and Rugby teams securing quota spots for Tokyo 2020, Aussie athletes have been micing it with the best in the world this weekend.
Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho del Solar have won their fifth World Tour gold medal at the four-star Warsaw event in Poland over the weekend.
Aussie athletes have been taking on the world and each other across a long weekend packed with international events and national championships.
Forty-two athletes have today been announced on the Australia Team for the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games, running 7-20 July, 2019.
It was a stellar weekend in Australian sport, with surfing Queen Steph Gilmore taking out her 30th event, the men's and women's 3x3 basketball teams finding gold in Asia and paddle pals Aly Bull and Alyce Burnett taking out gold and silver - and this was just the start of Australia's weekend podium domination.
Dynamic duo Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar have taken out Australia's third consecutive Asian Beach Volleyball title in China over the weekend, while fellow Aussies Phoebe Bell and Jessyka Ngauamo claimed bronze.
There was no gorging on chocolate and hot cross buns for a number of elite Aussies over the Easter/ANZAC break, with multiple athletes posting new personal best times and claiming international victories on both land and water.
At Manly beach, three-time Olympic beach volleyballer Kerri Pottharst was one of several Olympians who received their Olympic post-nominals (OLY). Pottharst was recognised not only for her outstanding service to sport, but for her commitment to the health and fitness of future generations.
It was a golden weekend for Australia, with Olympic sports across multiple disciplines claiming victory as they head towards Tokyo 2020.
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.