Games News
 Queensland Olympics will help nation: AOC
Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates says Queensland hosting the 2032 Olympics will help the nation recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
 $50 million boost for Games hopes
Australia's Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games preparations will receive a government funding boost in excess of $50 million.
 McSweyn, Hall win Tan track races
Leading Australian runners Stewart McSweyn and Linden Hall have blown out the competitive cobwebs with race wins at The Tan track.
 Next Chalmers may emerge in 2021: coach
Departing Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren says the next Kyle Chalmers may emerge at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics thanks to its 12-month postponement.
 Norwegians win 2000m team race
A stacked Norwegian team has won the Maurie Plant Memorial Race on their home track in Oslo.
 Drysdale to chase Olympic rowing hat-trick
Ageless Kiwi rowing great Mahe Drysdale has committed to chasing a third straight Olympic single sculls gold at the Tokyo Games.
 No Stawell Gift in 2020
The Stawell Gift professional footrace will not be contested in 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
 Coronavirus vaccine doubtful for Olympics
The chief medical officer of Australia's Olympic team says there is no guarantee that a coronavirus vaccine will be found before next year's Games.
 Qld govt presses pause on 2032 Olympic bid
The Queensland government has hit the pause button on the bid for the 2032 Olympics while it deals with the COVID-19 crisis.
 Runners ordered away from AFL training
Morgan Mitchell and Nana Owusu-Afriyie have been told to stop running at the Holden Centre.
 Climber Mackenzie hanging out for Tokyo
Teenage climber Oceana Mackenzie has been getting creative with her training as she plans for the Olympic qualifying event for next year's Games in Tokyo.
 New sports boost Aussie Olympic numbers
Australia will have a bigger team than many more heavily populated nations as they target an eighth straight top-10 finish at 2021's rescheduled Olympic Games.
 AOC CEO looking at great sporting decade
The decade from 2022 to 2032 could potentially be the greatest in Australian sporting history says AOC chief executive Matt Carroll.
 WA athletes resume Tokyo Olympics training
Western Australia's government has granted an exemption to the state's institute of sport, allowing athletes to resume training for the Tokyo Olympics.
 Stratton sorts out health issues
Long jumper Brooke Stratton is looking for the positives in an Olympics-free year.
 Lloyd buoyant as Olympic wait extends
Tess Lloyd hasn't let the Olympics' 12-month delay get to her as she awaits a Games debut alongside veteran sailing partner Jaime Ryan.
 Climber Scarth-Johnson aims high for Tokyo
Teenager Angie Scarth-Johnson is eyeing an Olympic berth in Tokyo but has had to get creative with climbing gyms closed.
 Superman Larkin set for new heights: coach
Leading coach Dean Boxall reckons Mitch Larkin looms as Australian swimming's Superman at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
 Coates again eyes IOC vice-presidency
John Coates hopes to return to an IOC vice-presidency role at a time crucial to Queensland's bid to host the 2032 Olympic Games.
 Tokyo Games not reliant on vaccine: Coates
Senior International Olympic Committee member John Coates says staging the Tokyo Games next year isn't contingent on the discovery of a coronavirus vaccine.