Australia showed Germany how it's done with a 3-1 win in the women's hockey on Day 4 at the games.
The Australian men's Hockey Team has a long and proud tradition at the Olympic Games and they are one of the favourites for a gold medal in London.
Samantha Lane Like the Australian rules legend in her lineage, Georgia Nanscawen was born with sporting gifts.
Tom Decent The Australian Olympic Committee has predicted Australia will buck the trend of a declining medal haul since Sydney 2000 and win 13 gold medals at the Rio Olympic Games, almost doubling its haul from...
Jon Tuxworth Kellie White feared her Olympic hopes may have been crushed for good after virtually two years out with back-to-back serious knee injuries.
Daniel Lane While New Zealand has been praised for an Olympic programme focussed on funding a handful of medal-winning sports, Australia's Chef de Mission Kittty Chiller has stood by the 'holistic' approach to...
Samantha Lane The Australian Olympic Committee hopes athletes bound for the Rio Games will receive a $700,000 boost at the marking of the year-to-go countdown.
Daniel Lane Hockeyroos captain Madonna Blyth didn't need to hear Kitty Chiller, Australia's Chef de Mission for next year's Rio Olympics, declare it wasn't fair for the nation's swimmers to be...
Elliot Williams Olympic gold medallist Nathan Eglington insists there is no such thing as an Olympics curse on the Kookaburras.
Jon Tuxworth Canberra Hockeyroos Anna Flanagan and Edwina Bone insist the 'Roovolution' won't be complete unless they win gold in Rio.
With ambitious aims of a top-five finish and mindful of Brazil's high crime rate, the AOC is warning Australia's Olympic hopefuls they'll be in Rio de Janeiro for business not pleasure next year.
Australian sport fans keen to head to Rio next year and watch the Olympic Games can now start requesting their tickets.
Gordon Rayner in London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will attend almost 30 events between them during the London 2012 Olympics, and there are no prizes for guessing who bagged a ticket to the beach...
Chris Barrett Intriguing debate over who will carry Australian flag takes a twist.
Georgina Robinson Few Australian athletes liked the green, white and grey Olympic opening ceremony uniforms in Athens eight years ago. But no one dared voice that opinion in public.
Tim Barrow The Hockeyroos will be the dominant force in international hockey in Rio De Janeiro in four years' time, but are capable of shocking the world and winning gold in London, senior player Casey Eastham...
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Scott Spits Fears that the Olympics could once again be used as a stage for powerful political protest could materialise as early as Monday, when Britain and Argentina meet in a men's hockey group game.
Samantha Lane Picture this: a British sports minister, dressed in a kookaburra-print shirt, dribbling a hockey ball through Australia House in central London.