Games News
 Dual Olympic gold medallist Rolton dies
The first Australian woman to win an Olympic medal in equestrian, Gillian Rolton, has died after a long battle with cancer.
 Import not feeling pressure for Olympics
New Australia citizen Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya has played down the significance of her allegiance switch from Russia for the Winter Olympics.
 Aust pick first indigenous winter Olympian
Figure skater Harley Windsor will become Australia's first indigenous winter Olympian when he competes in Pyeongchang in February.
 Aussies predicted for best Winter Olympics
A performance-based model has predicted a record four medals for Australia at next year's Winter Olympics, placing it 15th on the medal tally.
 AOC lose Telstra battle, vow to win ad war
The Australian Olympic Committee will have to pay Telstra's legal fees after the dismissal of an appeal against the telco's Rio de Janeiro marketing campaign.
 World indoor titles in Pearson's 2018 plan
Sally Pearson is confident she can combine competing at next year's world indoor championships with her preparations for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
 Gourley and Badenhorst lead Para team
Alpine skier Mitch Gourley and snowboarder Joany Badenhorst have been announced as Australian co-captains for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Paralympic Games.
 Question mark over Bright at Winter Games
Having had little competition over the last three years, it seems increasingly unlikely that snowboarder Torah Bright will compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
 Expectations high for Winter Olympians
The uniforms may have been low key but result expectations are all time for Australia's Winter Olympians.
 Sullohern wins Melbourne marathon
Australian Celia Sullohern has won the women's Melbourne marathon.
 Weightman, Shelley make top 10 in Chicago
Australians Lisa Weightman and Michael Shelley have recorded top-10 finishes in the Chicago Marathon.
 Fearnley second in Chicago Marathon
Kurt Fearnley has finished second in the Chicago Marathon's wheelchair category, coming home behind Switzerland's Marcel Hug in a repeat of last year's result.
 Aussie figure skaters impress in Europe
Deanna Lockett has won bronze at a World Cup short track speed skating event while three fellow Australians qualified Olympic Games spots in figure skating.
 Pearson tips new athletics stars to emerge
World champion hurdler Sally Pearson is predicting the rebirth of Australian athletics and will look at coaching people other than herself after she retires.
 Events leading to Tancred's AOC departure
A timeline of key events that have led to Mike Tancred leaving his role as long-time Australian Olympic Committee media director.
 Media man Mike Tancred to leave AOC
Mike Tancred is leaving his role as long-time Australian Olympic Committee media director, despite being cleared of bullying.
 Sprinter Nelson eyes faster times in 2018
Australian 200m specialist Ella Nelson is confident of rediscovering her best form after poor health spoilt her 2017 campaign.
 Aussies may surprise at Winter Paralympics
Six months out from the Winter Paralympics in South Korea, Australia are hopeful of sending a 15-strong team.
 Decathlete's sneak peak at Games Village
Olympic decathlete Cedric Dubler has given the Commonwealth Games village the thumbs up for the quadrennial event to be held next next year on the Gold Coast.
 North Korea threat no worry for Olympian
Australian skier David Morris isn't concerned by the threat of North Korea to February's Winter Olympics.