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Gold in Glasgow for High Jump Queen Olyslagers

Olympic silver medallist Nicola Olyslagers is officially on top of the world, becoming the fifth Australian woman to win global gold at the World Athletics Indoor Championships when taking out the Women’s High Jump in Glasgow this morning.

Campbell and Strintzos to lead Australian Cross Country Team in Serbia

The first Australian athletes for the 2024 World Athletics Cross Country Championships have been named, with Haftu Strintzos and Paige Campbell set to lead the charge in Serbia after storming to victory at Canberra’s Stromlo Forest to confirm their selection alongside distance veterans Liam Adams and Melissa Duncan.

Go-time in Glasgow | World Athletics Indoor Championships Preview

The Australian athletics team will have more than just medals on their mind at the 2024 World Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow this weekend, with six of Australia’s top tier talent sizing themselves up against their international counterparts on the eve of the Olympic Games.

Athletics double header hits Canberra this weekend

World class athletics will hit the nation’s capital this weekend, with the Chemist Warehouse Summer Series rolling on with the Canberra Track Classic and Australian Cross Country Selection trials taking place over two days.

Vale Stephen Jackson

Athletics Australia is saddened to report the passing yesterday (26 February) of Stephen Jackson - a respected member of its Panel of International Technical Officials as a Road Race Course Measurer.

Records, Relays and Rising Stars | Weekend Recap

A blockbuster weekend of Australian athletics action witnessed two national junior records tumble thanks to a rising crop of sprinters and Amy Bunnage, while Lauren Ryan shattered 15-minutes for 5000m and Lisa Weightman chalked up marathon number 25 on the podium in Osaka.  

Para Paradise as Paris Hopefuls Flock to Canberra Track Classic

The nation’s Paris Paralympic hopefuls are poised to ignite the 2024 Chemist Warehouse Canberra Track Classic, as Paralympic champion James Turner leads a host of world-class talent at the familiar stomping ground of the Australian Institute of Sport.

Medal hunt to begin in Glasgow at World Athletics Indoor Championships

As the Olympic spirit begins to stir across the globe, seven of Australia’s leading athletes including four global medallists and four national record holders will come together to don the green and gold at the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow from March 1-3.

Athletics a Pillar of Success for Cameron Mackenzie

From running the 4x400m at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games to producing 1.2 million bottles of Four Pillars Gin per year, Cameron Mackenzie’s thirst for constant improvement and innovation has made its way back to supporting Australian athletics once again.

UniRoos brave Oman's desert heat

Amid soaring temperatures in Oman’s capital city, Australia’s burgeoning middle distance talent have had their first taste of international representation at the 2024 FISU World University Cross Country Championships.