Robert Dillon Australian men's water polo coach John Fox says his team is well-equipped to cope with the likely retirement of three long-serving champions after posting its best result at an Olympics in 20 years.
Robert Dillon Water polo turncoat Pietro Figlioli helped Italy sink his former Australian teammates 8-5 in their opening match of the London Olympics.
Despite the efforts of the formidable 185cm, 100kg Italian captain and forward Elisa Casanova, the Australian team led from start to finish.
Photographer Brendan Esposito captures some of the action from the Australian women's water polo team training in London.
Daniel Sankey Today, we say goodbye to London and begin to turn our attention to Rio. But before we do that, we've got a marathon to run. Follow our live coverage of Day 16 of the London Olympics.
Phil Lutton The flame of the 30th Olympiad has been extinguished. Phil Lutton recounts the Australian Games in London.
Tim Barrow Two weeks ago, goalkeeper Alicia McCormack relived her personal hell.
Chris Dutton ANDREW CHARTER is a man conflicted. He’s buzzing with excitement and enthusiasm as the Kookaburras chase Olympic Games glory, but on the inside, he’s an absolute mess.
Chris Dutton ANDREW CHARTER is a man conflicted. He's buzzing with excitement and enthusiasm as the Kookaburras chase Olympic Games glory, but on the inside, he's an absolute mess.
British soldiers have been drafted in to fill empty seats at the London 2012 Olympics after prime blocks of seating at the Aquatics Centre and gymnastics arena went unused on the first day of...
Adam Cooper and Craig Butt Which is worse - Olympic defeat to Britain or New Zealand?
Phil Lutton Live coverage of all the action of Day 2 of the London Olympics.
Robert Dillon WATER POLO FOUR years ago, he played alongside them in Beijing. But on Sunday, water polo turncoat Pietro Figlioli helped Italy sink his former Australian teammates 8-5 in their opening match in...
Glenda Kwek Family and friends cheered and clapped and a children's choir sang I Still Call Australia Home as the athletes - some wearing their medals around their necks - walked down a set of stairs from a...
Robert Dillon The Australian Stingers have warned Great Britain they can expect more of the same medicine after opening their London Olympics campaign with a hard-fought 10-8 victory against Italy on Sunday.
Robert Dillon THE Stingers have warned Great Britain they can expect more of the same medicine after opening their campaign with a hard-fought victory against Italy on Sunday.
Robert Dillon Before the match, all the talk was about the physical punishment the Australian Stingers allegedly enjoy dishing out in the water polo pool.
Robert Dillon Steve Waugh may never have competed at the Olympics but few would appear better qualified for the mentoring role - athlete-liaison officer, to be precise - he occupies with the Australian team in...
Chris Barrett Kazakhstan came to London wanting to be taken seriously. They probably knew they would not get through this Games without a mention of mankini, goat herding or any other reminders of Sacha Baron...
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!