Tom Kazias Duke Didier is leaving no stone unturned in his bid to qualify for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
Australia has 3 competitors left in the field after Carli Renzi's loss on Day 4 of the games to no. 4 seed Automne Pavia from France. Photos by Pat Scala
Chris Barrett Australia's judo head coach endorses a ruling that has outlawed Saudi judoka Wojdan Shaherkani from wearing the hijab head scarf during the Olympic competition in London.
A female Saudi fighter will take part in the Olympic judo competition after being allowed to wear an Islamic headscarf, or hijab, of a specific design.
For Australian judo competitor Jake Andrewartha it was 14 years of toil amounting to 24 seconds of competition in his men's +100kg elimination bout against Britain's Christopher Sherrington.
For Australian judo competitor Jake Andrewartha it was 14 years of toil amounting to 24 seconds of competition in his men's +100kg elimination round when he lost to Britain's Christopher Sherrington.
A man was in police custody on Monday after being arrested for throwing a bottle onto the track just as the men's Olympic 100m final was about to start, London police said.
Trent Pollard The Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra has provided Australia's Olympic boxers and wrestlers more than $16,500 to help their final preparations leading up to the Rio Olympic Games.
Chris Barrett In excess of $370 million will have been distributed to sports and direct funding to athletes during the four-year cycle to Rio by the time the flame is lit in the Maracanã Stadium.
VICTOR MATHER A small team of international refugee athletes will participate in the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this year, Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee, confirmed.
Worried you’ll miss something at the London Games but too busy to study the schedule?
Chris Barrett ON ANY ordinary occasion scrapping with a cop would result in cuffs, a paddy wagon, a cell and probably worse.
Phil Lutton Join us for live coverage of Day 1 of competition at the London Olympics, featuring swimmer Stephanie Rice as she defends her Beijing 400m individual medley gold medal.
Jacquelin Magnay London 2012 organisers promised an investigation after thousands of empty seats were visible yesterday at some of the most popular Olympic venues.
Phil Lutton Live coverage of all the action of Day 2 of the London Olympics.
Chris Barrett Melbourne’s Carli Renzi ran into an opponent with a right arm like a propeller at the ExCel arena, falling 15-0 in her round-of-16 contest in the women’s 57kg category.
Glenda Kwek He's won two gold medals in two days at the London Olympics - outgunning US swimming star Ryan Lochte - and is set to take on James "The Missile" Magnussen on Thursday morning.
Ian Chadband US Judoka tells how she confronted the horrors of sexual abuse to get her life back
Chris Barrett A 25-year-old from Guam is the heaviest competitor in the history of the modern Olympics, tipping the scales at 218kg.
Peter Hanlon THE harshness and human triumph that pervade sport's greatest stage swept the judo mat on Friday, as 14 years of toil amounted to 24 seconds of competition for Australia's Jake Andrewartha.