Australian Paralympian Rae Anderson is one of two athletes chosen to receive the first scholarships awarded by disability charity CoastAbility.
Sports Integrity Australia (SIA), a new unit that aims to protect the reputation of the country's sport, is launching tomorrow.
Australia has today submitted a bid to host the 2027 Netball World Cup, which if successful would be the country's fourth hosting of the tournament.
Australia heads a small group of countries due to re-start parkrun events post coronavirus lockdown following the scheduled return to action in New Zealand this coming Saturday (July 4).
Gianni Infantino awarded the Women’s World Cup to Australia and New Zealand earlier this week on a live video stream, having met with the remaining members of the FIFA Council virtually.
New Zealand and Australia are in talks over arranging a lucrative cross-code hybrid rugby international later this year.
UEFA defends vote for Colombia as AFC President congratulates Australia-New Zealand for winning 2023 Women's World Cup bid
UEFA has defended its decision to vote for Colombia in the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup bid race, as Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa congratulated Australia and New Zealand for winning the hosting rights.
Australia and New Zealand have been awarded the hosting rights for the FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup.
FIFA is set to decide whether Australia and New Zealand or Colombia will host the 2023 Women's World Cup at a Council meeting tomorrow.
Cricket Australia has announced a further 40 job losses and a cut to its annual budget of AUD40 million (£22 million/$27 million/€24 million) as the organisation continues to suffer as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The first five recipients of the new Snow Australia Medal have been announced, with all representing the nation at the Oslo 1952 Winter Olympic Games.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is encouraging Australians to set personal goals to achieve by Olympic Day on June 23.
The New South Wales Government has confirmed it has dropped plans for the refurbishment of ANZ Stadium, with AUD800 million (£432 million/$533 million/€480 million) now set to be redirected towards a new fund for job-creating infrastructure projects.
Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) chief executive Matt Carroll has claimed Queensland's bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games is still ahead of its rivals, despite the candidature being put on hold in response to the coronavirus crisis.
How Australian heroine Ford overcame dopers, her own Government and "traitor" slur to win famous Olympic gold
When Michelle Ford stood on the starting block of lane three for the Olympic 800 metres freestyle final on July 26 1980, she had East Germans to her left and right, in lanes one, four and five. A quick look at the results from the first five days of competition - and at the past two Olympic Games - showed what the Australian teenager was up against.