Two years ago he was the world record holder, two weeks ago his nan passed away, two days ago he missed the cut for Tokyo – now Matt Wilson is on the team.
For Lauren Reynolds, her Australian record third Olympic Games will be the most special because of the journey she’s been on to get there.
The voice of cycling, Phil Liggett, will join Seven’s Olympic commentary team and predicts the competition on the road will be “fiercer than ever”.
A broken Olympic gymnastics dream has turned into a Games diving reality for WA’s Nikita Hains.
International Olympic Committee vice president John Coates is in Japan as the IOC's overseer of the Tokyo Games.
Rising swim star Kaylee McKeown turned tragedy into triumph drawing on inspiration from her father – who passed away from brain cancer only months earlier – when she smashed the 100m backstroke world record at the Australian Olympic trials but her coach says she has another secret weapon: no pain threshold
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Western Force back-rower Tim Anstee’s Olympic dream is still alive after being recalled into the Australian Sevens train-on squad for Tokyo
Emily Seebohm was reduced to tears as she recounted how she was bodyshamed into believing she was no longer a world class swimmer.
A Commonwealth medallist has made damning allegations against Australia’s elite swim program, claiming male swimmers were told to wear their female counterparts’ costumes and women were ‘oinked at’.
Fremantle rower Annabelle McIntyre has doubled her chances of claiming gold after becoming the first Australian to compete in two events at an Olympic Games in nine years.
Emma McKeon made the perfect start in her bid to become Australia’s greatest Olympian by sealing her place at next month’s Tokyo Games - almost breaking the world record.
Sitting in her rear-ended car on the Perth freeway in late 2017, Tamsin Cook started to realise that her sore neck was superficial compared to the deeper mental anguish which had slowly crept in.
Queensland sprint star Riley Day has revealed the burning motivation driving her push for glory at the Tokyo Olympics.
Australia's Olympic taekwondo veteran Carmen Marton has won a Court of Arbitration for Sport appeal against non-selection for Tokyo, but still may miss out.
It’s still a long shot heading into the Olympic trials that begin in Adelaide tomorrow (Saturday), but Tamsin Cook’s return from a car accident and two years away from the pointy end of the sport may well be the headline act.
The executive board of the International Olympic Committee has formally recommended Brisbane as host for the 2032 summer Olympics, with a vote due on July 21.
Dual Olympic silver medallist Maddie Groves has sensationally quit this weekend’s Australian swim trials stating “let this be a lesson to all misogynistic perverts in sport and their boot lickers”.
The Tokyo Olympics are likely to be watched by local fans despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to media reports.
Australia's baseballers have pulled out of their final qualification tournament for the Tokyo Olympics, citing insurmountable logistics around COVID-19.
Bree Trim says Australian softballers have adopted a team-first mentality in Japan as they prepare for the 23-strong squad to be trimmed to 15 for the Olympics.
The Tokyo Olympics organising committee says postponing or cancelling the Games was not discussed at Tuesday's meeting.
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The International Olympic Committee has named an expanded refugee team of 29 athletes to compete at the Tokyo Olympics, saying they will provide inspiration.
Athletics chief Sebastian Coe says Olympic sports must do more to inform the Japanese public about their COVID-19 safety work for the Tokyo Games.
A Japanese mayor says the Australian softball team in camp for the Olympics has put his city on the map.
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