Australia edged past Japan to reach the final of the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge in Tokyo.
Four-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist Stephanie Morton of Australia clinched the women's sprint title on the final day of the Oceania Track Cycling Championships in New Zealand.
England will meet a frighteningly good New Zealand in the first semi-final of the Rugby World Cup in Japan next Saturday (October 26).
Australia overcame New Zealand in their opening match of the inaugural Downer Rugby League World Cup 9s event in Western Sydney.
Three-time world champion Amy Cure of Australia claimed the women's points race title at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill, New Zealand.
Japan wowed the home crowd as they saw off a spirited British effort to set up a World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge semi-final against Australia in Tokyo.
Paralympic champions Australia recorded a second successive victory in their bid to win the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge in Tokyo.
Swimmer Kareena Lee has been announced as the fourth member of Australia's team selected for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Japan's wheelchair rugby team have been inspired by their nation's Rugby World Cup endeavours, as they gear up for the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge, starting in Tokyo tomorrow.
Hong Kong’s Long Tin Chan and the Australian men's 4x100 metres freestyle relay team broke world records on their way to gold medals in the pool at the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Global Games in Brisbane.
Australia progressed to the Japan Rugby World Cup quarter-finals in turgid fashion, overcoming minnows Georgia in Pool D at Shizuoka Stadium 27-8.
Top seed Peter Gilchrist of Singapore remains on course for success at the World Billiards Championship, having booked his place in the quarter-finals in Melbourne.
Australia, Germany, Kuwait and South Africa have all expressed interest in hosting the 2023 International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Championships Finals, it has been announced.
Top seed Peter Gilchrist of Singapore made it three wins out of three at the World Billiards Championship, beating home player Ian Gilbee in Melbourne.
England's David Causier made a perfect start to his campaign as action began today at the World Billiards Championship in Melbourne.