Dawn at the 50th AnniversaryDawn Fraser attends the 50th Anniversary of the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games in October, 2014. At these Games Fraser won her third consecutive 100m freestyle gold medal. Fraser reflects on her achievements before predicting how great the Tokyo 2020 Olymp
Photo Finish of Men's 200m Mexico 1968Scan of the original photo finish print of the Men's 200m at the Mexico 1968 Games. Tommy Smith (gold, USA), Peter Norman (silver, AUS), John Carlos (bronze, USA). This print had the signature of all medallists on the back.
Dawn Fraser Rome 1960 Dawn Fraser Rome 1960, test. Copyright IOC
Dawn Fraser heads back to TokyoSwimming legend Dawn Fraser returns to Tokyo for the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Olympic Games. At these Games Fraser won her third consecutive gold medal in the 100m Freestyle.
Signatures on back of 200m Men photo finish, Mexico 1968Men's 200m photo finish signed on the back by all three medallists - Tommy Smith (gold, USA), Peter Norman (silver, AUS), John Carlos (bronze, USA)
Black Salute Medal Presentation Mexico 1968(L to R) Australian Peter Norman and Americans Tommy Smith and John Carlos, during the controversial 'black salute' medal presentation for the 200 metres at the Mexico 1968 Olympic Games.
Jessica Fox creates history with K1 World TitleLondon Olympic silver medallist Jessica Fox created history at the 2014 World Champs in the USA by winning the C1 and then K1 World Titles. Watch her final stages and reaction from the K1 gold.
Seven Network's successful bid for the Olympics 2016 - 2020Seven Network's successful bid presentation to the IOC for the Olympics 2016 - 2020, hosted by Bruce McAvaney.
Peter Norman Silver SalutePeter Norman finished in between the black American sprinters Tommy Smith and John Carlos in the final of the 200 metres at Mexico City in 1968. Not only did he set the Australian Record (20.0, still stands in 2014), he earned himself a niche forever
2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games - Day 11Australia team celebrate winning in Hockey5s Men's Gold Medal Match on day eleven of the Nanjing 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games at Nanjing YOG Sports Park Hockey Field on August 27, 2014 in Nanjing, China.
Aussies in action | YOGThe Games are open and Australian athletes are competing all over Nanjing, China. Here are a selection of action pics.
Aussie Medallists | YOGRelive the moment and the emotion of Australian Youth Olympians who won a medal at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
Team Farewell | YOGAustralian athletes, officials and VIPs gathered in Sydney for the Champ Camp. Rugby Sevens player Tiana Penatani was named Flag Bearer and Olympic legend Laurie Lawrence stole the show.
Cambage on connecting with PenitaniOlympic bronze medallist Liz Cambage on Champ Connect, the AOC mentor program, and her discussions with Tiana Penitani. Cambage also talks about the benefits of the Youth Olympics as an important stepping stone for young athletes.
Rio Countdown #2yearstogoGALLERY to give a flavour for Rio colour and construction progress at the #2yearstogo mark fresh from a successful Football World Cup. We also have pictures from media activities held in Sydney.
GALLERY: Days 5 - 6 Glasgow 2014With just over two years until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games we capture some of the Aussie highlights in Olympic events from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. #GoAUS #RoadtoRio
GALLERY: Day 4 Glasgow 2014With just over two years until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games we capture some of the Aussie highlights in Olympic events from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. #GoAUS #RoadtoRio
GALLERY: Days 1-3 Glasgow 2014 Olympic event highlightsWith just over two years until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games we capture some of the Aussie highlights in Olympic events from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. #GoAUS #RoadtoRio
Australia's Olympic Icon - Dawn Fraser - Tokyo 1964 OlympicsDawn Fraser wins the women's 100m freestyle swimming at the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games, writing her name in Olympic history in the process. Fraser won a third consecutive 100m freestyle gold!
AUS Team Media ActivitiesPhotos from the the selection announcements for the 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team in Swimming, Athletics and Rugby. This album also includes images from 100 Days to Nanjing.
Men's 8 crew from Munich 1972Men's 8 crew for the Munich 1972 Olympic Games. Bow Malcolm C Shaw, 2 Gary M Pearce, 3 Kerry P Jelbart, 4 Robert D Paver, 5 Richard A Curtin, 6 Bryan F Curtin, 7 Michael D Morgan, str John E Clarke & cox Alan R Grover.
From Athens With Pride pages from Sydney 2000The unforgettable lighting of the Sydney 2000 cauldron features in the Sydney 2000 chapter of From Athens With Pride. The book was written by Harry Gordon and launched in Sydney on 9 May 2014.
From Athens With Pride pagesBetty Cuthbert flying at the Melbourne 1956 Games is a feature of Chapter 15 of the book From Athens With Pride, written by Harry Gordon and launched in Sydney on 9 May 2014.
From Athens With Pride chapter 6 Internal spread from Chapter 6 of the book From Athens With Pride, written by Harry Gordon and launched in Sydney on 9 May 2014. Fanny versus Rose was the chapter from Stockholm 1912.
From Athens With Pride page spreadThe internal spread of Chapter 1, Flack the Trailblazer from the book From Athens With Pride, written by Harry Gordon and launched on Friday 9 May 2014.
Sochi Welcome Home CelebrationAustralian Olympians and Paralympians were celebrated at a Welcome Home Reception in Sydney with special guest Prime Minister Tony Abbott at the Museum of Contemporary Art on 9 May 2014.
Kenneth To speaks to mediaPhil Brent interviews Kenneth To at the media event to celebrate 100 days until the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games, on 8 May 2014 at Sydney Harbour foreshore.
100 days until Nanjing 2014 Media Event Phil Brent hosts a media call for 100 days to go until Nanjing 2014 with (L to R) Ami Matsuo, Kenneth To, Jess Fox and Susie O'Neill, on 8 May 2014 at Sydney Harbour foreshore.
100 days until Nanjing 2014Kenneth To, Susie O'Neill, BK, Jess Fox and Ami Matsuo at Sydney Harbour Foreshore celebrating 100 days until the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, on 8 May 2014. Matsuo will represent Australia at Nanjing 2014 in swimming. To and Fox represented in 20
Ami Matsuo and BKSwimmer Ami Matsuo and the Boxing Kangaroo Mascot at Sydney Harbour Foreshore celebrating 100 days until the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing on 8 May 2014. Matsuo will represent Australia at Nanjing 2014.
Chiller updates Rio progress, 30 April 2014Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission was in Rio de Janeiro on a planning visit over Easter. On 30 April 2014 she updated media on concerns and positives she saw, at the conclusion of the Campaign Rio Forum.
Chiller announces 10 sport Team Leaders for Rio 2016Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller wraps up the 2nd Campaign Rio Forum and announces the first sport Team Leaders from 10 sports on 30 April 2014.
Sir Peter Cosgrove speaks to Campaign Rio Sir Peter Gosgrove, Governor-General of Australia, speaks to a room of coaches and administrators at the Campaign Rio forum at Sydney Olympic Park on 29 April 2014. He spoke of the importance of leadership, teamwork, ethos and how important sport is
Rio 2016 preparations 'worse than Athens': CoatesIOC Vice President John Coates says Rio 2016 preparations are further behind than for the Athens 2004 Games, on 29 April 2014 at Sydney Olympic Park.
Get ready for NanjingGet ready young athletes of the world. Final preparations are taking place for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games taking place in Nanjing, China, this August.
Best pictures from Sochi 2014A selection of the best pictures from the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Day 16 and Closing Ceremony GalleryDay 16 of the Sochi Olympics saw the Australian men's 4-man Bobsleigh team in action, as well as the gold medal Ice Hockey match between Canada and Sweden.
Alpine skiers reflect on first OlympicsALPINE SKIING: After competing in two events each in Sochi, Ross Peraudo and Dominic Demschar spoke to olympics.com.au about their experience.
Greta Small Olympics ReviewAs the Sochi Olympics race towards the Closing Ceremony olympics.com.au will be speaking with Aussie athletes about their favourite experiences. Greta Small had the busiest program of any Australian, competing in all five of the women's Alpine Skiing
Chesterman pleased with team performanceChef de Mission Ian Chesterman talks to the media for the last time at Sochi, as the Winter Olympic Games draw to a close.
Meet the ParentsFREESTYLE - SKI CROSS: The athletes in the Australian Olympic team in Sochi have some amazingly supportive parents. Here we meet Sara Kneller, mother of Scott and Nick Kennedy, father of Sami Kennedy-Sim.
Greta's great Games come to an end18-year-old Greta Small had the busiest Olympics of any Australian athlete. She competed in al five of the women's Alpine Skiing events.
Generous Anton says bye to the beardAnton Grimus has shaved off his famous 'Ned Kelly' beard to help out mate and fellow athlete Scott Kneller.
Day 15 GalleryIn action on Day 15 are Aimee Watson in the Cross Country women's 30km Mass Start Free, Dominic Demschar, Ross Peraudo in the Alpine Skiing men's Slalom, plus Heath Spence, Duncan Harvey, Lucas Mata, Gareth Nichols in the men's 4-Man Bobsleigh.
Lockett records Australia's 15th top-10 Sochi performanceSHORT TRACK: After finishing in ninth place in the women's 1000 metres event, giving Australia it's 15h top-10 performance of the games, Deanna Lockett spoke to olympics.com.au about her her performance.
Mighty Morris to wave the flag at Closing CeremonyMen's Aerial's silver medallist David Morris has been chosen as the flag bearer for the Australian team at the Sochi Olympics Closing Ceremony.
Brooklee happy with top-20 performanceFIGURE SKATING: The morning after finishing 20th in the women's figure skating, olympics.com.au caught up with Brooklee Han to review her event and plans for the remainder of the season.
Lucy Glanville Olympics ReviewAs the Sochi Olympics race towards the Closing Ceremony olympics.com.au will be speaking with Aussie athletes about their favourite experiences. In this video, the always bubbly Lucy Glanville shares her thoughts about her debut Games.
Day 14 GalleryIn action on Day 14 are Katya Crema, Sami Kennedy-Sim and Jenny Owens in the women's Ski Cross, Emily Bamford, Lavinia Chrystal and Greta Small in the women's Alpine Skiing Slalom, plus Deanna Lockett in the women's 1000m Short Track Speed Skating.
Alex Almoukov Olympics ReviewAs the Sochi Olympics race towards the Closing Ceremony olympics.com.au will be speaking with Aussie athletes about their favourite experiences.Biathlete Alex Almoukov competed at his first Games in Russia.
Future undecided for Jana and AstridJana Pittman and Astrid Radjenovic are still undecided about their futures after coming 14th in the Women's 2-man Bobsleigh.
Lucy learns from first OlympicsBiathlete Lucy Glanville says the experience she has gained in Sochi will be invaluable as she sets her sights on Pyeongchang 2018.
Exhausted Cross Country team reflect on first gamesPhil Bellingham and Callum Watson believe the best is still ahead of them after finishing their debut Olympics with a 12th place in the semi final of the Team Sprint.
Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games PreviewYOG: The 2016 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) will take place in Lillehammer, Norway, site of the 1994 Olympic Winter Games. We caught up with Magne Vikoren, Head of Marketing and Communication, for 2016 YOG Organising Committee for the inside word on how
Post event fun with Ice Dance CoupleFIGURE SKATING: With their event now behind them, Danielle O'Brien and Greg Merriman are enjoying the Olympic Games experience.