World number eight Kai Sakakibara dominated elite UCI finals on the second day of stage 2 at the BMX Australia BAD BOY National Series at Westside BMX Club.
Nick Kyrgios has crowned a glorious week in Acapulco with the fifth ATP title of his career, claiming victory over world No.3 Alexander Zverev in a straight-sets final, 6-3,.
Aussie teams have won both the men’s and women’s Australian Beach Volleyball Championships at Manly Beach this weekend, with Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar and Chris McHugh and Zachery Schubert claiming gold.
Australia has finished the 2019 UCI Track World Championships in Poland in second place overall with ten medals, tying the Netherlands for the most gold medals with six.
It was a brace from Sam Kerr that helped the Westfield Matildas to a convincing 4-1 victory over Korea Republic in Sunday night’s Cup of Nations encounter.
After a tumultuous start to the year, the Matildas opened 2019 with a bang, claiming victory over the Football Ferns at the Cup of Nations on Thursday night.
Australia’s Leigh Howard (VIC), Kelland O’Brien (VIC), Samuel Welsford (WA) and Alex Porter (SA) obliterated their own world record on the way to winning the gold in team pursuit at the 2019 UCI Track World Championships in Pruszkow, Poland on Thursday.
Stephanie Morton (SA) and Kaarle McCulloch (NSW) surged to their first world title as a team sprint pairing in a stunning display of speed at the Pruszkow Velodrome on Wednesday.
Olympians Emma Jackson and Ryan Fisher are both traveling down to the Apple Isle this weekend to launch their bids for a second Olympic campaign, while also hoping to add their names to the honour roll of the Devonport Triathlon.
The Australian Cycling Team has completed its penultimate training session in Pruszkow, Poland ahead of the 2019 UCI Track World Championships which will be held from 27 February to 3 March 2019.
Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018
Best of Buenos Aires 2018
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At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.
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