Wednesday May 1
Jenna Strauch lives the dream as city move pays dividends
There's countless hours of intense training, constant criss-crossing of the country to attend major meets, missing out on precious time with family and friends - all for the sake of sport.
Bohl and Taylor named swim coaches
Swimming Australia has appointed Michael Bohl and Rohan Taylor as respective coaches of the national women's and men's team to take the squads to this year's world championships in Barcelona.
Ayris dives into TV spotlight
The reigning Miss Universe Australia has joined the cast of Celebrity Splash, a new Seven series that will see 14 Australian stars take on professional diving at dizzying heights in front of a weekly poolside audience to be filmed at Sydney's Olympic Park swimming facility - think a diving spin-off of Dancing with the Stars.
Ruta Meilutyte still revels in earnest toil after the London gold rush
The Plymouth-based Lithuanian Olympic gold medallist is happy that so little in her life has changed after the London Games Ruta Meilutyte says she took great pleasure in returning to action in the short course world championships in Istanbul in December.
Fraser named greatest despite push for skater
DAWN FRASER was crowned Australia's greatest female athlete in a ceremony at Parliament House on Wednesday night, but had the voting public got its way then the gong could have gone to a skater from the Canberra Roller Derby League nicknamed ShortStop.