Get your history nerd on, with a rundown of Australia’s first swimming superstars - Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie.
Get your history nerd on, with a rundown of Australia’s first swimming superstars: Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie.
It is hard to imagine a more humble backdrop than that which greeted Julie Dolan when she led out Australia for the nation’s first-ever women’s international...
Paralympian Angie Ballard is aiming to emulate coach Louise Sauvage and win the 400m/800m double in Rio.
She has been named the 2015 Female Mountain Bike Cyclist of the Year, can send her bike over vans and logs and has been a world champion of a sport that is the...
Budding journo Anna Flanagan has her post-hockey career on lock - but her eyes are firmly on Rio.
20 years after Nova Peris won gold with the Hockeyroos in Atlanta, Australians will be cheering for a different Peris on the pitch in Rio.
In a parallel universe where all sports are celebrated equally, Jessica Fox would be a bona-fide superstar. Silver medallist at the London Olympics in kayaking,...