John Huxley Australia's pairing of Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen have secured an unassailable lead in the 49er skiff class.
John Huxley Australia’s pairing of Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen have secured an unassailable lead in the 49er skiff class.
Tim Barrow GREAT Britain were sailing towards yet another gold medal until the weather conditions and a perfect race from Sweden conspired to deny them at the London Olympics.
Australia is on course to dominate Weymouth Harbour. Tom Slingsby, 27, a four-time world champion, bagged our first medal in the sailing and our second gold of the Olympics, making amends for his...
Robert Dillon Nathan Outteridge knows a thing or two about Olympic anti-climax.
Samantha Lane THE performance of sailor Malcolm Page has been highlighted as Australia's most outstanding of the London Games and he has won closing ceremony flag-bearing duties for his efforts.
Rupert Guinness Australian sailing's coach says it was "unacceptable" for Channel Nine to switch away from its live Olympic broadcast of the men's 470 class medal race just minutes before it was won by Australians...
Rupert Guinness Australian sailors Mal Page and Mat Belcher added the final cache to their long standing as world beaters in the 470 class by winning the Olympic gold medal at Weymouth.
John Huxley Australian pairing Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen capsized their 49er skiff in the second race on Tuesday, but managed to right it in time to secure fourth place.
Robert ''Bob'' Ellicott remembers the moment when Australia's Olympic dream factory became real. It was November 1978 in Canberra.
David Sygall IF SPORT and gambling are strange bedfellows, Olympic sport and gambling are even stranger. Throw social media into the mix and things start to get really weird.
IT'S Day 4 at the London Olympic Games. That concludes our live coverage. Join us again from 5.30pm (AEST) tomorrow for day 5.
Our live coverage of Day 6 of the London Olympics has now concluded. We'll be back tomorrow at 5.30pm (AEST), bringing you all the action live as it happens.
Daniel Sankey It's agony for James Magnussen tonight — he's missed gold in the men's 100m freestyle by 0.01 seconds.
Phil Lutton That's all from our live coverage of day three of the London Olympics. Here's a recap of what happened in the pool, plus all of the other action that unfolded while you slept.
Daniel Sankey It's Day 8 at the London Olympics, when we say good-bye to the swimming so we can Bolt to the athletics.
Daniel Sankey Welcome to our live coverage of Day 7 at the London Olympics. It's the day when the swimming, cycling and athletics all collide — and Australia has a host of medal chances in each of the three events.
John Huxley CELEBRATED ''wind whisperer'' Tom Slingsby will lead the charge on Monday as Australia's sailors take to the choppy waters off the coastal resort town of Weymouth determined to make up the shortfall...
Britain's Ben Ainslie became the most decorated Olympic Games sailor in history on Sunday when he captured a fourth consecutive gold medal before announcing his intention to quit.
Scott Spits Spectators will want to catch the women's pole vault final and men's 400m final in athletics.