Brazilian investigators have expanded their probe into possible corruption around the staging of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August to include all venues and services financed with...
Greg Baum Veteran Australian sports administrator Kevan Gosper is open to the idea of an international ICAC-style body to keep watch over corruption in all sports.
Chris Barrett Steve Hooker is placing his faith in a sports psychologist to help him evade a return of the yips in the final rundown to the Olympic pole vault competition.
Samantha Lane Picture this: a British sports minister, dressed in a kookaburra-print shirt, dribbling a hockey ball through Australia House in central London.
Olympic Notebook John Huxley PRINCE Philip once famously remarked of his daughter Anne, now Princess Anne, ''if it doesn't fart or eat hay she just isn't interested''.
Samantha Lane AUSTRALIA'S Olympic chief, John Coates, has put the presidents and chief executives of the country's sports federations on notice, revealing he suspected some were not giving their all to the London...
Chris Barrett, London Modest and even dim predictions abound about Australia's medal tally at the London Olympics.
Medal prospects Melissa Wu and Brittany Broben must finish top two in the Games diving trials in Melbourne starting on Thursday.
Melissa Woods Australia won't have a men's eight at the Olympics for the first time since 1948 after failing to qualify for Rio at the final rowing regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Emma Kemp Rio-bound triathlete Ryan Fisher can barely comprehend that the sport taking him to his first Olympics was the same one that, 18 months ago, brought so much despair he nearly packed it in for an AFL...
Michael Gleeson As the Olympics loom, several Australians have posted personal bests and improved times in their events.
Chris Barrett The excesses of Diamond's lifestyle have been no secret to those on the shooting scene.
Australian Olympic team boss Kitty Chiller has warned dual gold medallist Michael Diamond could be ruled out of the Rio Games if convicted on firearms and drink-driving charges.
Widespread doping problems, allegations of bribery to top athletics officials and a drop in both spectators and sponsorships are among key issues currently plaguing the sport.
Chris Barrett If the task in Rio sounds like a huge weight on the shoulders of the lightweight from Laurieton, near Port Macquarie, then she isn't treating it like one.
Roy Masters Five years ago, Australia was the No 1 rowing nation in the world but by the end of the London Olympics, we were ninth.
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios has declared his motivation to win a medal for Australia is stronger than his pursuit of individual glory.
Michael Chammas Nick Kyrgios has pledged his commitment to the Australian Olympic team despite a perceived campaign against him from chef de mission Kitty Chiller, who continues to threaten the 21-year-old with the...
Daniel Lane London Olympic bronze medallist Kaarle McCulloch has literally jumped in the deep end to develop an extra edge in her three-way shootout to qualify for the Australian cycling team for the Rio Games.
Jon Tuxworth Robert de Castella has warned a balance must be found where Olympians can represent their country with respect without turning them into "clones" as debate rages whether Nick...