November was a time for awards, retirements, tributes and excitement for the future, with some impressive results coming from debuting, returning and veteran Olympic sports.
The Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) treated the world to a taste of the future of elite sport, when 4000 teenagers from 206 countries competed on the biggest stage of their young careers.
September was full of success for Aussie athletes, with world-first achievements and one of our own being named the "Greatest of all time."
Team Australia's first chance at Olympic qualification will come at the 2019 Premier12, after the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) confirmed Australia's place in the tournament on Wednesday night.
Whether or not a young Edwina Tops-Alexander had world glory in her sights when she first started riding as an 8-year-old, she’s certainly risen to the occasion in the world of show jumping.
Half way through 2018 and your Aussie athletes continued kicking goals, with June full of medals, honours, world firsts, a deadly fun run and the end of an era for a winter Olympian.
The Australian Cycling Team has won two gold and two silver medals at the fourth round of the UCI Track World Cup in London at the weekend, with the four-rider team finishing third on the medal tally.
Smuggling letters to potential Hungarian defectors while evading the watchful eyes of Russian agents in Melbourne, tracked by Australia’s spy watchdog ASIO for suspect activities in the 1950s, rejecting calls to retire to home duties because she was married, past 30 and had a baby.
Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018
Best of Buenos Aires 2018
Did you know?
Synchronised swimming and rhythmic gymnastics are the only sports on today’s Olympic program to be contested only by women.
Did you know?
Andrew Hoy (Equestrian) has attended 7 Summer Games (1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2012).