Games News
 Bullying furore cost AOC about $1.6m
The workplace bullying controversy at the Australian Olympic Committee cost the organisation about $1.6 million last year.
 Despard delivers to win Stawell Gift
Jacob Despard has stormed to victory in the Stawell Gift while Elizabeth Forsyth won the women's sprint race.
 Rizzo takes on coach in Stawell Gift semis
Defending champion Matthew Rizzo faces an intriguing match-up in a Stawell Gift semi-final on Monday when he takes on his coach.
 Despard races to Stawell Gift favouritism
Tasmanian Jacob Despard has run his way to Stawell Gift favouritism by clocking the fastest heat time ahead of reigning champion Matt Rizzo.
 Rizzo confident about Stawell Gift repeat
Victorian Matt Rizzo is in with a big chance of claiming back-to-back Stawell Gift victories.
 Sprinter Makwala's single Games focus
Botswana sprinter Isaac Makwala won't risk the tight turnaround between the 200m and 400m at the Commonwealth Games, choosing to only race the latter.
 Frayne not dreaming of Gold Coast just yet
Dual Olympian Henry Frayne believes he is in good shape for a medal at the Commonwealth Games - if he can stay fit.
 Denny's record hammer throw sends message
Matthew Denny has tuned up beautifully for the Commonwealth Games with the longest hammer throw by an Australian in more than a decade.
 Pearson withdraws from pre-Games meet
Sally Pearson will not race in Brisbane on Thursday night but is still expected to compete in next week's final pre-Commonwealth Games meet.
 Jamaican stars sprint onto Coast for Games
Jamaica's track and field stars have jetted into the Gold Coast ahead of next month's Commonwealth Games.
 Para snowboarder not spooked to go again
Joany Badenhorst is contemplating taking on a third Winter Paralympics despite suffering serious injuries at the 11th hour in PyeongChang and Sochi.
 Jamaican star Blake arrives for GC2018
The big names have started touching down ahead of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast with Jamaican sprint star Yohan Blake arriving on Sunday morning.
 Wells still hopeful for GC schedule change
Lauren Wells has requested the Gold Coast 2018 athletics schedule be altered so she isn't forced to choose between the 400m hurdles and long jump.
 Day clocks 100m PB, Mitchell injury worry
In a worrying sign three weeks out from the Commonwealth Games, gold medal favourite Kathryn Mitchell withdrew from the javelin with foot pain.
 Paralympic debutants on different paths
Australian alpine skiers Mark Soyer and Sam Tait have had contrasting journeys to their Paralympic debuts.
 Landy unfazed by being second to Bannister
Australian John Landy said he was unfazed when Brit Roger Bannister became the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes.
 Marschall ready to take Commonwealth gold
Kurtis Marschall narrowly missed out on a medal at the world indoor athletics pole vault but is ready to take gold at the Commowealth Games.
 Roger Bannister dies aged 88, say family
British Prime Minister Theresa May is among those paying tribute to athletics great Roger Bannister, who has died aged 88.
 Sally Pearson plays down semi-final exit
Sally Pearson's failure to qualify for the 60m hurdles capped off a disappointing day for Australia at the world indoor athletics championships.
 Pearson stunned in world indoor semi-final
Sally Pearson has crashed out of the 60-metres hurdles at the semi-final stage at the world indoor athletics championships.