The wicked, intentional and malevolent state-orchestrated conduct, engaged in by Russia and its operatives, is limitless.
- by Darren Kane
The British government said there was a 95 per cent chance the cyberattacks were carried out by Russia, as US indicts six Russian military officers for wide-spread hacking.
- by Bevan Shields
I watched as they built the Olympic Stadium. I drove my car around the athletics track when it was still dirt. A couple of years later, I would win gold twice on that same soil - my home turf.
- by Louise Sauvage
From Siobhan Paton in the pool to Louise Sauvage on the track, the Sydney Games were a turning point for Australian athletes – and the para sport movement.
- by Jordan Baker
A prominent athletics scientist believes advanced technology is undermining the integrity of the sport.
- by Robert Dineen
Tokyo Olympics organisers are expecting to welcome international spectators at next year's Games despite the COVID-19 pandemic, International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach says.
Pew Research Centre polling revealed unfavourable views of China across 14 advanced economies with the highest dissatisfaction rating — 81 per cent — recorded in Australia.
- by Latika Bourke
Handball had a participation base of around 500 players when Sydney were announced host of the 2000 Olympics - prompting a push from Channel Seven for ex-AFL and NRL stars to switch sports.
- by Vince Rugari
There wasn't a fairytale medal for Andrew Gaze as the curtain came down on Sydney, but it was a golden moment when Juan Antonio Samaranch uttered the words we all wanted to hear.
- by Phil Lutton