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Olympic and world champions ready for Sydney

Olympic and world champions ready for Sydney

15 February 2012

No less than three reigning Olympic and seven Commonwealth champions will join five world and two world indoor gold medallists at the Sydney Track Classic at Homebush this Saturday as the Qantas Australian Athletics Tour continues to thrill crowds across the country.

London build up continues

London build up continues

9 December 2011

The build up to the 2012 London Olympic Games steps up this weekend as Athletics Australia prepares to host its first three nomination trials in Melbourne (VIC).

Mottram has London in his sights

Mottram has London in his sights

25 November 2011

Craig Mottram tuned up for a tilt at a third Zatopek 10,000m title with an easy victory in the Victorian 5000m championships on Thursday night.

Pearson clocks world-lead and National Record

Pearson clocks world-lead and National Record

11 July 2011

Sally Pearson won the 100m hurdles at the Diamond League in Birmingham in a time of 12.48, which is both the fastest time in the world this year and a new national record.

Mottram to decide between 1500 and 5000

Mottram to decide between 1500 and 5000

1 March 2011

Craig Mottram is eager to take his place in the white-hot 5000m field at the Melbourne Track Classic. But having spent so much of the last three years watching from the sidelines due to a longstanding Achilles problem, he is just as keen not to unduly rush anything.

Mottram to run the 5000m in Melbourne

Mottram to run the 5000m in Melbourne

1 March 2011

Craig Mottram will make a much-anticipated return to his favoured 5000m event on Thursday night against one of the strongest fields ever assembled in Australia. After a long injury-enforced layoff, the national record holder will be at the start-line at Olympic Park alongside the likes of 2007 world champ Bernard Lagat

Buster finds his winning stride

Buster finds his winning stride

19 September 2010

Craig Mottram sent national selectors a clear reminder of what Australia will be missing at next month's Commonwealth Games by storming to victory at the Great North City Games.The former world championships bronze medallist powered away from the field in a two-mile race on the banks of the River Tyne in Newcastle in the Australia v England competition.

Buster finds his winning stride

Buster finds his winning stride

19 September 2010

Craig Mottram sent national selectors a clear reminder of what Australia will be missing at next month's Commonwealth Games by storming to victory at the Great North City Games.The former world championships bronze medallist powered away from the field in a two-mile race on the banks of the River Tyne in Newcastle in the Australia v England competition.

Mottram aiming to break eight-minute barrier

Mottram aiming to break eight-minute barrier

3 August 2007

Australia's Craig Mottram is aiming to break the eight-minute barrier when he contests the two-mile race at the IAAF Super Grand Prix meet in London on Friday night.The race at Crystal Palace will be Mottram's last before the world championships, starting in Osaka on August 25.

Star-studded ceremony

Star-studded ceremony

8 July 2007

Australian Opal, Jennifer Screen, tied the knot with her sweetheart and fellow basketball player, Neil Mottram, on June 30 in a star-studded ceremony in Adelaide. The event was organised from Italy via the internet due to the pair’s professional playing commitments. Beijing Bound had a chat with Jennifer to hear about her exciting wedding news as well as her experiences living and playing in Italy.