Caroline Wilson The exclusion of reserve rower Emma McCarthy from the competition’s headquarters outside London has emerged as another bone of contention for the Australian women’s eight on the eve of its Olympic...
In front of a roaring crowd at Eton Dorney, Kate Hornsey and Sarah Tait surged home to grab silver and the first rowing medal for Australia at the 2012 Games.
Kim Crow and Brooke Pratley placed second in the double sculls. They finished strongly to be just over a boat length behind British winners Anna Watkins and Katherine Grainger.
Caroline Wilson It was in a quiet corner of English heaven that Josh Booth's private hell went public.
Rupert Guinness Kim Crow could not think about the biggest individual race of her life - the Olympic single scull final - after crewing with Brooke Pratley to win a silver medal in the double scull.
Rupert Guinness, Dorney Lake Australian rower Kim Crow can't get enough of the physical and mental pain that top-rung athletes have to endure.
Kyle Mackey-Laws It's fast becoming one of Australia's feel-good stories from the London Olympics.
Samantha Lane Two Olympic venues are waterlogged and are hastily being resurfaced as Games organisers review their contingency plans due to downpours that threaten to spoil the two-week London event.
Chris Barrett LONDON: Modest and even dim predictions abound about Australia's medal tally at the London Olympics, but a significantly brighter picture has been painted by the sports-writing bible Sports...
Chris Barrett, London Modest and even dim predictions abound about Australia's medal tally at the London Olympics.
Chris Barrett One of Australia's greatest Olympians, Ric Charlesworth, is leading the call for a woman to carry the flag into the opening ceremony.
Michael Gleeson Australia's athletics team the highest quality to be sent overseas for an Olympics.
Worried you’ll miss something at the London Games but too busy to study the schedule?
Tim Barrow Almost half of Australia's athletes are expected to miss the London Olympic opening ceremony to focus on their preparations.
Samantha Lane Picture this: a British sports minister, dressed in a kookaburra-print shirt, dribbling a hockey ball through Australia House in central London.
John Huxley If you spot a bearded, balding, vaguely familiar-looking bloke marching behind the Vietnamese national flag at the Olympics opening ceremony, don't call a security guard.
Michael Gleeson IT was always a futile task to ask everyone to keep schtum in an era of mobile phones, cameras and with a cast and crew of thousands.
Caroline Wilson The leak behind the massive betting plunge on Australian flag bearer Lauren Jackson was not her roommate Liz Cambage, who kept her suspicions to herself after the two Australian basketballers...
Caroline Wilson The leak behind the massive betting plunge on Australian flag bearer Lauren Jackson was not her roommate Liz Cambage, who kept her suspicions to herself after the two Australian basketballers ...
Steer clear of the ice creams and video games. Be civil to your rivals and keep Twitter use to a minimum, writes former Olympian Steve Redgrave in this guide for athletes.