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Olympians dominate Aussies 2019 open male and female ski race

Olympians dominate Aussies 2019 open male and female ski race

8 April 2019

Olympians Riley Fitzsimmons and Alyssa Bull showed why they are some of the best paddlers in the world, claiming gold in the 2019 Australian Surf Life Saving Male and Female Ski Race Championships.

Cyclists on fire at 2019 Track National Championships

Cyclists on fire at 2019 Track National Championships

8 April 2019

Stirring victories to Caitlin Ward (VIC) and Thomas Clarke (SA) in the keirins, plus Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW) and Josh Harrison (SA) in the points races capped off an action-packed four days of racing at the 2019 Cycling Australia Track National Championships in Brisbane.

History made at 2019 Australian Track and Field Championships

History made at 2019 Australian Track and Field Championships

8 April 2019

History was made on day seven of the Australian Track and Field Championships which concluded at Homebush on Sunday. Naa Anang and Celeste Mucci achieved rare doubles, while Lauren Wells with her 12th title and Alwyn Jones with his 10th also stamped their names into the history books.

Matildas go down 5-3 to world number one USA

Matildas go down 5-3 to world number one USA

5 April 2019

The Matildas and the US Women’s National Team (USWNT) put on an eight-goal thriller for spectators in Denver Colorado on Friday, but ultimately the world number one side came out on top.

Throssell dominating in the pool, the books and in business

Throssell dominating in the pool, the books and in business

3 April 2019

At the age of just 23, Brianna Throssell can already boast seven Youth Olympic and two Commonwealth Games medals for Australia, but if that wasn't enough, she is also an entrepreneur pursing a university degree.

Fully Loaded softball brings the action to local clubs

Fully Loaded softball brings the action to local clubs

1 April 2019

After a successful Summer Slam Fully Loaded softball tournament, Softball Australia has introduced this exciting new format to local clubs and associations.

NSW Eights make history at Sydney International Rowing Regatta

NSW Eights make history at Sydney International Rowing Regatta

1 April 2019

Sunday provided a monumental finish to an incredible week of racing at the 2019 Aon Sydney International Rowing Regatta, with NSW winning all four Interstate Races, including the King’s and Queen’s Cups. Genevieve Horton wins Nell Slatter for NSW for first time in 20 years; NSW wins Rowing Australia Cup

Gold and silver for Aussies at FINA Intercontinental Cup

Gold and silver for Aussies at FINA Intercontinental Cup

1 April 2019

The Aussie Sharks claimed golden victory over Japan in the final round of the FINA World League Intercontinental Cup on the weekend, while the Stingers came agonisingly close, winning silver after a penalty shootout against world no.1, USA.

Barty wins Miami Open for biggest career title

Barty wins Miami Open for biggest career title

1 April 2019

Ash Barty has completed a memorable fortnight at the Miami Open by beating Karolina Pliskova to claim the biggest title of her career.

Matt Denny's hilarious #OlympicTakeover

Matt Denny's hilarious #OlympicTakeover

29 March 2019

This week the Aussie larrikin took over the Australian Olympic Team Instagram story, to show a day in his life in Brisbane. What unfolded was a hilarious, entertaining, but insightful look into the life of one of the nation’s best throwers….

Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

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Australia has hosted the Olympic Games twice – Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.

Did you know?

Synchronised swimming and rhythmic gymnastics are the only sports on today’s Olympic program to be contested only by women.