Sydney’s Brandon Loupos capped a superb 2018 season by winning bronze in the BMX Freestyle Park final at the 2018 UCI Urban World Championships in Chengdu, China, on Sunday.
Dual Olympic medallist and greatest individual slalom paddler of all time, Jessica Fox received a rock-star welcome when she arrived at Ropes Crossing Primary School to be part of a Launch Day for the school’s sport houses.
The Australian Women’s Sevens team has won the Oceania Rugby Sevens Championship, defeating New Zealand 14-10 in a thrilling Final at ANZ Stadium in Suva on Saturday.
Sunday 11 November marks 100 years since many courageous Australians made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom of their country, including three Australian Olympians.
Three members from the Stockholm 1912 Olympic Team made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the war. For those soldiers who survived, the wait to come home was such a long ordeal that an Inter-Allied Games was created and participated in by six Australian Olympians.
The 2018 Oceania Rugby Sevens tournament kicks off at Suva’s ANZ Stadium in Fiji on Friday, with some of the best teams in the world competing for the Oceania title.
The AIS have launched a public vote to determine the ABC Sport Personality of the Year and Best Sporting Moment of the past 12 months, with several Olympic stars earning their way into the mix.
Over the weekend, Australia added multiple medals and an international title to its 2018 collection with tennis, skateboarding, softball and basketball in the mix while canoe/kayak and rowing honoured their best and brightest.
Representative kayaker Steve Bird has made the decision to retire from elite sport with immediate effect, ending a fine career that saw him compete for Australia at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Games.
Dual 2018 World Champions Jessica Fox and Curtis McGrath OAM have taken home the top gongs at the Paddle Australia Annual Awards held in Sydney on Saturday (3 November 2018).
One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018
Best of Buenos Aires 2018
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Australia has hosted the Olympic Games twice – Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.
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Gold and silver medals must be made of 92.5 percent pure silver; the gold medal must be gilded with at least six grams of gold.