Weightlifting events again headlined the sporting action on the second day of the Arafura Games in Darwin in Australia.
Sporting action began today in Darwin, Australia at the first Arafura Games to be held since 2011.
Australia progressed to the semi-final of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships for the first time following victories against defending champions Switzerland and Japan in Stavanger.
Australia's men's and women's teams claim Anzac Day triumphs over hosts New Zealand in FIH Pro League
Australia won men’s and women’s matches as their teams faced New Zealand on Anzac Day in the latest round of International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League action in Auckland.
Ashleigh Barty and Samantha Stosur beat Victoria Azarenka and Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus in the deciding doubles rubber to send Australia through to their first Fed Cup final for 26 years.
Caroline Garcia beat Mihaela Buzărnescu in straight sets to level France's Fed Cup semi-final with Romania at 1-1 after the opening day of singles rubbers.
France's Alize Cornet has admitted her team needs a "miracle" if they are to beat Romania and reach the final of the Fed Cup.
Australian Paralympians to establish "house" just half-a-mile away from Tokyo 2020 Athletes’ Village
Australia’s Paralympians at the Tokyo 2020 Games will have a base to meet their friends and family just 800 metres from the Athletes’ Village - thanks to a partnership between Paralympics Australia, Sydney’s Sutherland Shire Council and its Japanese sister city Chuo.
Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) have expressed their profound disappointment at the "lack of meaningful investment" to benefit participation and high performance in Olympic sports in the country’s Federal budget.
The United States beat hosts Australia to retain the women's International Swimming Federation Water Polo Intercontinental Cup in Perth.
Hosts Australia were joined by Canada, Japan and Kazakhstan in qualifying for the men’s World League super final as action continued today at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo Intercontinental Cup at HBF Stadium in Perth.
China's men miss out on top spot despite thrilling win at FINA Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup
China claimed a thrilling 16-15 win over Kazakhstan today but still missed out on first place in Group B of the men’s event at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup in Perth.
Australia's men beat Japan in shoot-out to continue perfect start to FINA Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup
Australia’s men’s team forced a penalty shoot-out to beat Japan 17-15 on the second day of action at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup in Perth.
Hosts Australia edge Canada to make winning start to men's event at FINA Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup
Australia's men’s team begun their quest for home glory at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup by sneaking a 9-8 win over Canada in Perth.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup is set to begin in Perth tomorrow with eight nations competing in each of the men's and women's competitions.