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.
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...
Off The Field
Samantha Lane Australia's Olympians are lining up for psychological support and relaxation advice as pressure mounts around a London campaign widely assessed as underwhelming in the early days - and the worst...
Michael Cowley It ended without a medal, but with a beaming smile. A silver in Sydney, a bronze in Athens and gold in Beijing. There are no medals for fifth, but that didn't matter for Leisel Jones.
Richard Hinds Emily Seebohm wipes away the tears with the back of her hand and gulps for air, trying to compose herself sufficiently to express the depths of her disappointment.
David Humphries SO LONDON is Australia's poorest start to an Olympics since Atlanta 16 years ago. The woe is audible; a pestilence is about to blight this sunburnt land. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oh, Oh, Oh!
Samantha Lane Olympic bosses admit to feeling 'a little down and disappointed' at Australia's lacklustre medal tally, but insist that more funding isn't the answer.
Chris Barrett Gold medals have been about as easy to find as pots at the end of a rainbow at the London Olympics but there continues to be hope of a morale boost offered by Australia's sailors after a great day on...
Daniel Lane, Samantha Lane Australian Olympic boss John Coates has criticised the federal government for being too slow out of the blocks in handing over cash to fund the nation's medal hopes for London.
Crystal Ja Australia's top sports training institute says its contribution to Olympic and Paralympic success is holding steady despite a slide in the number of athletes it will send to this year's London Games.
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.