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Australia’s fastest woman helping Unleash students’ potential

Australia’s fastest woman helping Unleash students’ potential

30 April 2019

Naa Anang has had a big year - becoming the first woman to ever win both the 100m and long jump crowns at the 2019 National Titles, jumping a personal best (PB) of 6.81 metres all while studying for her physiotherapy degree.

No rest for Aussie athletes, dominating over Easter/ANZAC break

No rest for Aussie athletes, dominating over Easter/ANZAC break

29 April 2019

There was no gorging on chocolate and hot cross buns for a number of elite Aussies over the Easter/ANZAC break, with multiple athletes posting new personal best times and claiming international victories on both land and water.

High flying weekend as Australia reach Fed Cup final

High flying weekend as Australia reach Fed Cup final

23 April 2019

The red-hot Ash Barty and Sam Stosur teamed up to defeat Belarus in the deciding doubles match of the Fed Cup semifinal to send Australia to the final for the first time since 1993.

Tahli Moore - The curveball that changed my life

Tahli Moore - The curveball that changed my life

23 April 2019

Softballer Tahli Moore was on the cusp of reaching the prime of her career, before she was dealt both a career and life-threatening blow, leaving the game she loved, completely off-limits.

National Swimming Champs wrap up as legends go back in time

National Swimming Champs wrap up as legends go back in time

17 April 2019

The 2019 National Swimming Championships ended with a bang when Australian Olympians spanning several decades came together for the Legends Relay, finalising a record-breaking competition with some exciting nostalgia

Sasha Zhoya - Athletics' next greatest showman

Sasha Zhoya - Athletics' next greatest showman

17 April 2019

Wonder-kid Sasha Zhoya burst onto the scene in blistering fashion recently, when the 16-year-old dominated in three disciplines at the 2019 National Track and Field Championships, but his athletic prowess is just the tip of the iceberg for the genetically gifted showman.

Fox continues unbeaten C1 run at Pyrenees Cup

Fox continues unbeaten C1 run at Pyrenees Cup

16 April 2019

Australia’s Canoe Slalom Olympians set an early mark ahead of the 2019 World Cup and Olympic qualification season with dual Olympic medallist and reigning C1 World Champion and 2018 World Cup winner Jessica Fox continuing her record-breaking unbeaten run in the women’ C1, while Rio Olympian Lucien Delfour finished second in the men’s K1 at the Pyrenees Cup in Spain over the weekend.

Cayla George's #OlympicTakeover with the Aussie Opals

Cayla George's #OlympicTakeover with the Aussie Opals

16 April 2019

George took over the @AUSOlympicTeam Instagram account on Sunday to give our followers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look in to the Opals training camp on the Gold Coast.

Weekend uncovers more medals and fourth fastest Australian woman in the 800m

Weekend uncovers more medals and fourth fastest Australian woman in the 800m

15 April 2019

The weekend saw some impressive results for your Australian Olympians, with an athletics National Champion becoming the first woman in over ten years to go sub-2 minutes in the 800m and Aussie divers finding more medals in the pool.

National and Commonwealth records broken at Australian Swimming Championships

National and Commonwealth records broken at Australian Swimming Championships

11 April 2019

Both National and Commonwealth records continued to be broken at the 2019 Australian Swimming Championships, with the competition due to wrap up on Friday 12 April.

Highlights of Buenos Aires 2018

Best of Buenos Aires 2018

Did you know?

Bill Roycroft carried the Flag in the Opening Ceremony in Mexico City 1968 and his son Wayne carried the Flag in Los Angeles 1984.

Did you know?

Bill Roycroft carried the Flag in the Opening Ceremony in Mexico City 1968 and his son Wayne carried the Flag in Los Angeles 1984.