Six sailors selected for Rio 2016London 2012 gold medallist Mathew Belcher, Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen have been selected to represent Australia at the Rio 2016 Games. While fellow sailors Will Ryan, Lisa Darmanin and Jason Waterhouse are set to make their Olympic debut.
Road to Rio: Rowing - Women's Quad ScullKerry Hore, Jennifer Cleary, Jessica Hall and Madeleine Edmunds chat about rowing together, qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and what experiencing an Olympic Games will be like.
Olympic stars inspire students in CanberraA host of Australia's Rio 2016 athletes headed to Giralang Primary School in Canberra to answer questions and help out with PDHPE class.
Hobart welcomes home the 2016 TeamHundreds of Tasmanians turned out to welcome home the 2016 Australian Olympic Team.
Welcome Home Celebration MelbourneThe 2016 Olympic Team says a huge thanks to Victorians for supporting the Team on the Rio journey.
Sydney kicks off Welcome Home celebrationsSydney played host to the first leg of the Welcome Home celebrations today, hosting a number of Rio Olympians at the Opera House.
#OneTeamTake a look back at the Rio 2016 campaign through the lens of the team hashtag #OneTeam
Australian Medallists of the Rio GamesReaction from our medal winners of the Rio Games.
Kim Brennan beaming as flag bearer.Kim Brennan has been chosen as the flag bearer for the closing ceremony. Kim won gold in the women's rowing single scull 2000m.
Aussie medallists visit Christ the RedeemerSome of our Rio medallists ventured to Rio's most iconic site - Christ the Redeemer - to see what all the fuss was about and witness the Olympic city from a new perspective.
Week One wrap upAll the reaction from our medal wins in week one of the Rio Games.
Olympic gold for rowing's golden girlRower Kim Brennan became our first Olympic champion in the sport in eight years with a comprehensive win in the women's single scull. Hear from Kim and her parents after a remarkable campaign that had a fairytale finish.
Men's four wins second rowing medalOur rowing men's four won our second medal of the Rio Games with a silver medal against arch rivals Great Britain. Hear from all four crew members: Alexander Hill, Josh Booth, Josh Dunkley-Smith and Will Lockwood.
Fan messages to our athletes (take #1)Our Olympic athletes receive messages of support from family, friends and supporters who admire them and their efforts at the Games. Rowers Rhys Grant and Sally Kehoe, and beach volleyballer Nicole Laird open up about their favourite ones.
Silver for rowing quad scullOur men's quad scull took home our first Olympic rowing medal in Rio with a hard fought silver against reigning champions Germany. Hear from all four crew members: Karsten Forsterling, Cameron Girdlestone, James McRae and Alexander Belonogoff.
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Antipodean battle in men's pair finalThe New Zealand men's rowing pair haven't lost a race in seven years but it hasn't deterred our combination of Alex Lloyd and Spencer Turrin from aiming for the jugular in the Olympic final.
Rowing Men's Four show their classThe Australian rowing men's four showed their class in today's heat with a comprehensive win. Crew members Will Lockwood and Josh Dunkley-Smith discuss their competition, how they handled the weather delays, and the women's quad being knocked out.
Rowers off course due to bad weatherThe second day of the Olympic rowing competition was cancelled due to adverse weather conditions, forcing athletes to wait on the sidelines for racing to resume on day 3. Hear from rowing team leader Ray Ebert and Head Coach Chris O'Brien.
Nutritional secret weapon at Copa HQNutrition is a vital component of any elite athlete's program and the team at our Copa headquarters are well aware of its importance to the success of the Australian Olympic Team.
Big first day for Australian rowersDay one of competition proved to be a busy one for Australia's rowers with seven boats racing. Hear from Team Leader Ray Ebert, and heat-winning quad scull members James McRae and Cameron Girdlestone.
Copa athletes celebrate Games openingOur rowers, sailors, beach volleyball players and cyclists are based at the Copa headquarters and made their own fun for the Rio Opening Ceremony.
Australian Olympic Team Copa Zone HQDanielle Woodward, Deputy Chef de Mission explains the benefits of the home away from home in Rio. Australian Olympic Rowers Kerry Hore and Alexander Belonogof describe the highlights of their Copacabana lodgings.
Brennan talks teamwork and lessons learntKim Brennan talks teamwork and lessons learnt ahead of her first Women's single sculls event next week.
Belonogoff quietly confident for the Men's Quad ahead of the games