Australian Women’s Water Polo Team, the Aussie Stingers, are kicking off their Tokyo 2020 Olympic campaign with their first camp at the AIS in Canberra since Rio 2016. The Stingers have a new coach, Sakis Kechagias, who recently arrived from Greece. From the new-look squad of 19 at the AIS, a team of 13 will be selected for the FINA World League Intercontinental Tournament at the University of... View details ⇨
APPOINTMENT | Sandy Brondello of the Phoenix Mercury has been announced as the head coach of the Australian Opals with the signing marking the start of the four-year road to the Tokyo Olympics: [ Bit.ly Link ] #GoOpals
Kurt Fearnley after fourth place in the Boston Marathon wheelchair race: "I hate missing a podium, but am happy with my push. I managed to pull about 30 seconds back on the leaders in the middle section of the race."
The Basketball Australia Rollers embark on their first major international campaign of 2017 tomorrow, playing Great Britain at the Parantee Paralympic Championships in Belgium. Rio Paralympic flagbearer and new assistant coach / player Brad Ness gives us a few insights from their AIS camp before the team left for Europe.
The Australian Sports Commission's #AUSPLAY data shows 11.6m Aussie adults play sport or are physically active three or more times a week. However most drop club sport once they turn 18. More details here: [ Ausport.gov.au Link ]