The Olympic Channel has announced that it has launched in Australia on 7plus, the streaming platform of the official Australian Olympic broadcaster Seven West Media.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist Shayna Jack has confirmed her 'A' and 'B' samples tested positive for banned anabolic agent Ligandrol as Swimming Australia defended its handling of a case which has sent shockwaves through the World Aquatics Championships.
A new study will be conducted in Queensland to examine a bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games as politicians in the region firmed up their interest in supporting a potential candidacy.
New Zealand stunned defending champions and arch-rivals Australia with a 52-51 victory to win the Netball World Cup for the first time in 16 years in Liverpool.
New Zealand produced a superb display to defeat England 47-45 at the Netball World Cup and set up a final with 11-times champions Australia in English city Liverpool.
Australian duo Matthew Carter and Maddison Keeney claimed gold at the World Aquatics Championships here in Gwangju despite being put together just a couple of hours before the mixed 3m synchro springboard final had been due to begin.
Paralympic medallists and an athlete who represented Tanzania at the 2012 Olympic Games in London are among the 39 competitors named on Australia's swimming team for their home International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Global Games in Brisbane.
A last-gasp Maria Folau miss handed Australia a 50-49 victory in the Group F decider against New Zealand at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool today.
Seb Menzies and Blake McGlashan of New Zealand, the American duo of Madeline Hawkins and Yumi Yoshiyasu and Australia's Will Cooley and Rebecca Hancock wrapped up the gold medal in their respective events at the Youth Sailing World Championships in Poland today.
Australia and New Zealand’s participation in the Pacific Games is expected to grow further in future editions, Pacific Games Council (PGC) chief executive Andrew Minogue has revealed.
Eleven-times world champions Australia and New Zealand, the world’s number four side, booked their places in the Netball World Cup semi-finals in English city Liverpool tonight.
Australia and New Zealand's integration into the Pacific Games has continued with both nations becoming associate members of the Pacific Games Council (PGC).
Locals have labelled the 16th edition of the Pacific Games as "The Miracle Games".
Holders Australia began their Netball World Cup campaign in scintillating fashion with a convincing 88-24 win over Northern Ireland at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool.
England produced a dominant performance with bat and ball as they thrashed arch-rivals Australia by eight wickets to set up a meeting with New Zealand in the final of the International Cricket Council Men's World Cup.