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From the Archives, 1956: Women’s great day at Olympics

From the Archives, 1956: Women’s great day at Olympics

On day 10 of the Melbourne Olympics, Australian women dominated the track and pool.

  • by Staff reporter

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Decathlon great tells Moloney to pick one championships next year

Decathlon great tells Moloney to pick one championships next year

Ashton Eaton has advised Australia’s Ash Moloney not to attempt to back up for two decathlons in barely two weeks next year when the Commonwealth Games follow days after the world championships.

  • by Michael Gleeson
Pistorius up for parole, but must meet victim’s parents

Pistorius up for parole, but must meet victim’s parents

The double-amputee Olympian was convicted of murder in 2015 and sentenced to 13 years and five months in prison. He became eligible for parole after serving half his sentence.

  • by Gerald Imray
‘I’ve never won like that before’: De Rozario powers home in New York City Marathon

‘I’ve never won like that before’: De Rozario powers home in New York City Marathon

The Australian followed up her gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics with a dominant race in the wheelchair division in New York.

  • by Ken Belson
Athletics mining for its own Gina to bring gold

Athletics mining for its own Gina to bring gold

Australian Athletics is searching for its own Gina Rinehart, or Gina Rineharts, the philanthropists who will underpin the sport financially.

  • by Michael Gleeson
Raelene Boyle railing for retrospective gold like swimmers

Raelene Boyle railing for retrospective gold like swimmers

Australian sprint queen Raelene Boyle has called on the IOC to retrospectively award medals to athletes who were cheated by East Germany’s sports doping system in the 1970s and ’80.

  • by Michael Gleeson