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As of day 15 of the London Olypics, Australia sit tenth on the medal table, with seven gold, 16 silver and 12 bronze medals. This is HENRY DE CURE’S wrap up of one of the final days of the 2012 Olympic Games.
On Day 14 of the Olympics, Australia continued its push to regain respect in the medal tally, writes EMMA TANSELL.
Volleyball, canoe sprint, diving and more! ROB MACINTYRE has the wrap up Australia’s tenth day at the London 2012 Olympic games.
Day seven of the London 2012 Olympic games was both a starting point and an ending point for the Australian squad. As the track and field events beginning to gain speed, so to was Australia’s chance to win in the pool slowing down. CAITLIN KEENAN has all of Australia’s events covered.
The slalom and cycling events proved to be the medal-makers for Australia, as our potential in the pools was again not quite reached. Though not exactly a golden day, Day Six still proved a day full of achievement and many Olympic memories.
EMMA TANSELL gives a comprehensive wrap-up of proceedings…
For both his nation and his deadline, TOM SYRMAS braved the cold and early hours of the fifth day of Olympic happenings and wrote this recap as it was happening. It was a productive, but not golden, day for the Aussies in London, with Australian athletes taking out silver in the swimming and the rowing.
Australians in team sports produced highlight performances on Day Three of the Olympics. ADRIENNE DAVIES was watching.
Missed the second day of Olympics fun because you had to go to work or university today? No matter! MITCHELL TILLER braved an all-nighter and has put together a highlights package of day two for you.
For local swimmer Taylor Ritenberg, competing at the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships was more than just a career highlight – it was a chance to come home, writes DIONE HODGSON.
Many of the best sprinters, climbers and all-rounders have decided to participate in the 2012 Tour Down Under, using the event to prepare for the London Olympics, writes IAN MAZURE-JOHNSTONE.