Games News
 Young guns set Aust indoor track records
Joseph Deng and Stewart McSweyn have broken Australian indoor track records in Birmingham.
 Athletes take charge of ASADA's message
Boring anti-doping lectures have been canned as athletes prepare to assume responsibility for spreading the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority's message.
 Hayward wins Australian 20km walk title
Teenager Katie Hayward has won the Australian 20km walk title.
 Marschall expecting big things indoors
Australian pole vaulter Kurtis Marschall is looking forward to three big indoor meets in Europe.
 Rare home hurdles defeat for Wells
Financial adviser Sarah Carli has caused a huge boilover at the Canberra Track Classic by beating Lauren Wells in the 400m hurdles.
 Hale wins 100m in Canberra
Tasmanian flyer Jack Hale has claimed an impressive victory in the men's 100m at the Canberra Track Classic.
 Marschall back off pole vault full run-up
Pole vault star Kurtis Marschall will compete off his full run-up for the first time in five months at the Canberra Track Classic.
 IAAF could disqualify cities over poor air
As athletics fights to eradicate the scourge of doping, the IAAF has embarked on a mission to shed light on the dangers posed by poor air quality in our cities.
 Aussie tennis Olympians receive honours
Australian tennis players who have reached the Olympics have been honoured with OLY post-nominal titles at a special ceremony at the Brisbane International.
 McCulloch hails pre-Tokyo cycling progress
After a disastrous Rio Olympics, Australian track cycling is building significant momentum two years out from Tokyo.
 Tokyo Olympics set for brutal road races
While weather and terrain will make it tough in the Olympic road races, Cycling Australia's Simon Jones says key descents near the finish look safer than Rio.
 McSweyn, Diver win Aust 10,000m titles
Tasmanian Stewart McSweyn has successfully defended his national 10,000m title.
 Athletics Australia appoint Brit Olympian
Four-time British Olympian Christian Malcolm has joined Athletics Australia in a high performance role as the team looks to improve its medal haul in Tokyo.
 Bedpost adds to Tallent's injury woes
Champion race walker Jarred Tallent has postponed his comeback to competition after stubbing a toe on a bedpost.
 IAAF postpones qualifying change
The ruling body of world athletics has postponed a change to the qualifying system for major championships.
 Rayner Noosa Bolt win maintains run streak
Training partners Jack Rayner and Melissa Duncan have beaten home the field on a hot Noosa afternoon in the 5km Bolt.
 Qld bid Australia's only Olympic hope: AOC
Melbourne and Sydney have been ruled out as viable hosting options for the 2032 Olympics, with south-east Queensland declared Australia's only hope.
 Olympic CEO seeks $60m more Govt funding
Australian Olympic Committee chief executive Matt Carroll has warned a national sports plan will fail if funding from the government does not improve.
 Trengove fourth in Toronto marathon
Australian Jess Trengove has smashed her personal best to finish fourth in the Toronto marathon.
 Sally Pearson closes in on full training
Sally Pearson is over the achilles problem that forced her out of the Commonwealth Games and is almost ready to begin a full training program.