Kurt Lovett called up to Kookaburras squad for 2020

The 27-player Kookaburras squad has been announced for next year’s bumper international calendar, headlined by the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and defence of the FIH Pro League title.

8 ways additional energy sneaks into your diet

If your sport has specific body comp targets that you need to reach but you find you are struggling to manage or maintain them, you might look to what you are eating and the portion sizes to see what is contributing extra kilojoules and still be left scratching you head as to why you aren’t at your target.

Cyclists Allan & Reid named in Aussie squad for World Championships

Cycling Australia have announced the riders selected to the Australian Team to contest the 2020 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships to be held in Milton, Canada, from January 30 to February 2.

NSW Pride are Hockey One champions for 2019

NSW Pride are the inaugural Sultana Bran Hockey One Men’s Champions after defeating Brisbane Blaze 8-3.

Olympic champions take top honours at NSWIS Awards

Current world and Olympic champions were among the biggest winners at the 2019 NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) Awards on Thursday evening at Royal Randwick Racecourse.

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Brittany O’Brien is an Olympic diver who competed for Australia in Rio Olympics 2016, as well as the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in 2018.

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  • Age 21
  • Career Highlights Rio 2016 Team
  • Proudest Moment Being nominated on the Rio 2016 Team, because it made me realise I did in fact have what it takes to be a top athlete. It's made me more confident in my abilities and I'm so excited to show the world what I can do.
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