Rugby 7s girls race towards RioThe Aussie women's Rugby 7s squad are preparing for their debut at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games after qualifying earlier this year
Rachel Crothers Olympic Day 2015Rachel Crothers of the Australian Women's Rugby Sevens squad visited Brindabella Christian College in Canberra to celebrate Olympic day 2015.
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.
Week One wrap upAll the reaction from our medal wins in week one of the Rio Games.
Aussies out of Rugby sevens medal raceA disappointing loss to South Africa has forced Australian Men’s Rugby Sevens team out of medal contention, but Head Coach Andy Friend says they will still put on a show for spectators.
The morning after making historyThe Australian Women's Rugby Sevens team made history last night after winning the first ever Olympic Gold in the sport. It was a hard fought match against New Zealand but Charlotte Caslick and Alicia Quirk agree teamwork was key to the win.
Men's Rugby Sevens squad ready to fireMen's Rugby sevens will be ready to fire against France
in their inaugural Olympics match.
Successful first day for Women’s Rugby SevensAmy Turner says defence is key to a winning strategy for the Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens team leading into day two competition against USA.
Men's Rugby Sevens here to win a gold medalThe Australian Men's Rubgy Sevens team are ready to win a gold medal. Captain Ed Jenkins believes they're going in with their strongest squad to date and Coach Andy Friend and teammate Lewis Holland agree.
Athletes loved Opening Ceremony experienceAnna Meares describes the feeling of waving the Australian flag into Maracanã Stadium to mark the start of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Shane Rose, Ash Southern and Ed Jenkins also share their experience walking in the ceremony.
To march or not to march?Not every Australian Athlete will be marching at the opening ceremony. Hear from Ed Jenkins and Erin Phillips about the pros and cons of marching.
Women's Rugby Sevens Ready to RumbleWomen's Rugby Sevens stars Chloe Dalton and Ellia Green give their first reaction to Rio having just arrived in the Olympic city.
Sevens, hockey players and archers land in RioBoth rugby sevens teams, the men's hockey team and archers have landed in Rio and despite a lack of sleep were raring to get to their camp and Village.
Boarding passes and off to Rio for women's sevens sideThe Aussie women's rugby sevens team has been presented with their Qantas boarding passes for Rio.
Men's sevens side ready for RioEd Jenkins, Henry Hutchison and Cam Clark are pumped to be off to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Kitty tries rugby sevensChef de Mission Kitty Chiller headed to Narrabeen to try out rugby sevens with the Australian men's team.
Tough Rio draw won't stop push for sevens goldAustralian captain Ed Jenkins believes they have a tough draw but still believes the team can win gold in Rio.
Behind the scenes as Aussie Sevens win World Series | Shannon's BlogShannon Parry takes you on tour with the Australian women's rugby sevens team as they claimed a historic World Series title in France.
Weekly Wrap - 30 May 2016Gymnastics and diving Rio trials, plus the Aussie sevens women claim the World Series Title.
Aussie women focused on World Series crownAussie sevens stars Charlotte Caslick, Chloe Dalton, Sharni Williams and Ellia Green discuss what it would mean to win the World Series title as Rio draws closer.
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