Statement from Athletics Australia Chief Executive Officer, Phil Jones

Athletics Australia Chief Executive Officer, Phil Jones, has spoken affirmatively about the decision of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to provisionally suspend...
Fabrice Lapierre

Lapierre will jump in the final after a furthest opening Jump

Fabrice Lapierre has made it through to the final in the men's Long Jump after a furthest jump of 8.03m (+0.2 m/s) in his...

Denny becomes youngest ever Australian hammer throw champion

The talented junior Matthew Denny (Qld) has become the youngest ever Australian hammer throw champion after he threw 69.15m to win gold at the...
Jeff Riseley

Jeff Riseley comes from behind to Qualify for the Semi’s

James Nipperess was the first Australian to take to the world stage at the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing. With tough conditions of temperatures...

2015 World Youth Captains Announced

Athletics Australia has today announced the four athletes who will be captaining the 2015 World Youth Championships, which kick off in Colombia on the...

Athletics faces long battle to regain trust says Coe

Athletics chief Sebastian Coe admitted Thursday that his drug scandal-tainted sport faced a grueling battle to regain trust as it embarks on the road...
Kim Mickle

Athletics Australia Announce World Championship Flame Team

Athletics Australia Selectors have confirmed that the Chinese capital of Beijing (CHN) will welcome an Australian Flame team of at least 42 athletes for...

Restoring Donk’s Smile and a Show of Incredible Character

On June 4th 2015, David Tong was involved in a terrible bike accident, causing substantial damage to his face and mouth. Fortunately, the helmet...

De Rozario storms home to snatch GOLD

Madison de Rozario is world champion for the first time, after storming past the race leader in the closing stages to win GOLD in...
Nina Kennedy at the 2015 Jandakot City Track Classic

18-year-old Kennedy out to prove that age is just a number at Beijing 2015

Nina Kennedy (WA) will be the youngest athlete to don the green and gold at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing (CHN), but don’t...