Kaylee McKeown has emerged as a major gold medal chance at Tokyo following another blistering swim at the Sydney Open.
- by Tom Decent
The country has been struggling to slow infections ahead of the Games.
- by Mari YamaGuchi
Rachael Lynch has earned back her place in the Hockeyroos squad but defender Georgina Morgan has missed out on regaining a place as the new Hockeyroos coach narrows her squad for Tokyo.
- by Roy Ward
Many new and strange events will appear at the Tokyo Olympics, but there can be only one winner.
- by Greg Baum
Should the Olympics go ahead? Will the Olympics go ahead? Normally the questions would be raised in that order. Not so with these Games.
- by Malcolm Knox
In promising signs for Tokyo, Emma McKeon clocked a personal best in the 100m freestyle and 19-year-old Kaylee McKeown broke her own Australian record.
- by Tom Decent
The Australian recording sensation explains why, with the world at his feet, he hit pause to live the spartan life of a swimmer and chase Olympic glory.
- by Phil Lutton
Of 528 towns registered to welcome international competitors, about 40 have decided not to accept athletes for training camps and cultural exchanges before the Games.
- by Reuters
Australia’s best aquatic athletes unveiled the Speedo race suit for Tokyo as good news was delivered on the vaccine rollout ahead of the Games.
- by Tom Decent and Phil Lutton
Top-flight clubs are circling Stoke City’s Harry Souttar, the Aberdeen-born defender with an Aussie mum and a huge fan in Socceroos coach Graham Arnold.
- by Vince Rugari
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic shouted at the umpire before regaining his cool at the Italian Open.