It was a strong weekend for Aussie sport, with Olympians and Olympic hopefuls claiming nine medals on the water, 12 on land and a quota spot for Tokyo 2020.
In the shadow of Uluru, hundreds of people from across Australia gather together for the Deadly Fun Run Championships, lit by a dazzling purple and orange sunrise. The run brings together Indigenous communities and supporters of all backgrounds, ages and running experiences.
WEEKEND WRAP: From the sand to the shooting range, the grass of Wimbledon to Japanese bays, Aussies have been putting in some epic performances. Catch up with all the weekend action, including World Championship breakthroughs and World Series titles.
The name Cathy Freeman is synonymous with inspiration, triumph and glory. Born into a community where ambition was chronically short, Freeman’s aspirations to be the ‘best in the world’ broke the mould and inspired a nation.
The Kookaburras and Jess Fox returned to the world number one positions over the weekend, while two athletes secure Tokyo 2020 qualifiers in Athletics.
From Beach Volleyball gold in Poland to Archery and Rugby teams securing quota spots for Tokyo 2020, Aussie athletes have been micing it with the best in the world this weekend.
Aussie athletes have been taking on the world and each other across a long weekend packed with international events and national championships.
Forty-two athletes have today been announced on the Australia Team for the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games, running 7-20 July, 2019.
Australia's athletes continued their strong run of success, finding the podium at several events over the weekend and pushing for more this week.