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Tokyo 2020 tickets to go on sale shortly

Tokyo 2020 tickets to go on sale shortly

26 March 2019

TOKYO 2020: Australians keen to buy tickets to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are being encouraged to register their interest on the official ticketing website established by CoSport, the Authorised Ticket Reseller for Tokyo 2020 in the Australian market...

Jess Fox becomes most awarded athlete at World Paddle Awards

Jess Fox becomes most awarded athlete at World Paddle Awards

26 March 2019

Australia’s canoe slalom star and the world’s greatest individual canoe slalom paddler of all time, Jessica Fox, has been awarded the 2018 World Paddle Awards – Sportswoman of the Year for the second consecutive year.

Browning runs fastest 100m by an Australian in 12 years at QLD Track Classic

Browning runs fastest 100m by an Australian in 12 years at QLD Track Classic

25 March 2019

At the Queensland Track Classic this weekend, 21-year-old Rohan Browning became the first Australian in 12 years to not only clock a 100m time of 10.08 or less, but also become the first Aussie in 12 years to qualify for the individual 100m at the World Championships.

Willett equals world record and claims two golds at ISSF World Cup

Willett equals world record and claims two golds at ISSF World Cup

21 March 2019

It has been an outstanding weekend for James Willet at the ISSF World Cup in Acapulco, Mexico where he produced exceptional results in both men’s and mixed trap, equalling a world record and claiming two gold medals.

Jandakot delivers world champs qualifiers and several PB's

Jandakot delivers world champs qualifiers and several PB's

19 March 2019

Athletes responded to the perfect conditions at the Jandakot Airport Track Classic with world championships qualifiers, an Australian record and numerous personal bests.

Chalmers and Campbell find golden hattrick at 2019 NSW State Champs

Chalmers and Campbell find golden hattrick at 2019 NSW State Champs

19 March 2019

It was raining gold for Australia’s Olympic swimmers at the 2019 NSW State Championships, with 12 Olympians finding a place on the podium over the three-day event and Australia looking poised for Tokyo 2020 success.

Pottharst recognised for outstanding commitment to sport, with Olympic post-nominals

Pottharst recognised for outstanding commitment to sport, with Olympic post-nominals

19 March 2019

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.

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.

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Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

Did you know?

Germany’s Christa Luding-Rothenburger is the only athlete to ever win medals in both Winter and Summer Games in the same year. Among other medals, she won skating silver in the 500m (Calgary 1988) and cycling silver in the match sprint (Seoul 1988).

Did you know?

Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.