Australia's Minjee Lee won a first major in stunning fashion, coming from seven shots behind the 54-hole leader to force a playoff and duly claiming the Evian Championship with a birdie on the first sudden-death hole.
The Netherlands women's hockey team will be looking for Olympic redemption when they compete here at Tokyo 2020 as they aim to maintain their record of winning every major tournament since their shock loss in the final at Rio 2016.
Powerhouses Australia and New Zealand have withdrawn from this year's Rugby League World Cup in England, citing "player welfare and safety concerns" because of COVID-19.
Australia’s deputy Chef de Mission Ken Wallace is confident athletes will thrive at Tokyo 2020 without having medal targets "pushed down our throats".
Shaun Norris and Tristan Knowles will make their fifth Paralympic appearances as part of the Australian men’s wheelchair basketball side as they bid to win the nation’s first gold medal in the sport for 13 years at Tokyo 2020.
Australia's Tokyo 2020 showjumper Jamie Kermond will miss the Olympic Games here after testing positive for cocaine.
Anton Zappelli has called on his teammates to "set our own history" as the Australia shooting squad heads into their first Paralympics without legend Libby Kosmala in almost 50 years.
Sara Blicavs has been drafted in to replace Liz Cambage following her withdrawal from Australia’s women’s basketball squad for the Olympic Games here in Tokyo.
Australia’s triathlon team have been backed to establish themselves as a "powerhouse" in the sport when they participate at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics here.
Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) is seeking to appoint a community engagement manager in the lead-up to Birmingham 2022.
Australia’s women’s wheelchair basketball team will be setting their sights on a return to the Paralympic podium after confirming their 12-player squad for next month’s Games here in Tokyo.
Selectors for Australia’s taekwondo team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have rejected the appeal of former world champion Carmen Marton against her non-inclusion.
Every member of the Australian athletics team for Tokyo 2020 was quarantined for several hours after a member of staff recorded an inconclusive COVID-19 test result.
Australian basketball player Liz Cambage has announced her withdrawal from the Olympics here over mental health concerns after revealing she was suffering from panic attacks, was not eating and was experiencing sleepless nights.
Australia is set to send its largest team to an overseas Olympics after naming an additional 16 athletes for the postponed Games here.