Jump Media at the Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu

Wednesday 17th January, 2018

We enjoyed a quick trip to Vanuatu last December on a project for #PacificSportsPartnerships, the Australian Government project that delivers sports programs throughout the Pacific as part of the Australian Aid program.


Carreno Busta, Bencic brave ‘crazy Melbourne summer’ for Kooyong titles

Monday 15th January, 2018

Pablo Carreno Busta fought back from a set down to defeat Australian Matt Ebden and become the second Spaniard to win the 2018 Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic in hot and rainy conditions.


Aiava starts strong, Nadal’s knee okay on opening day at Kooyong 

Tuesday 9th January, 2018

Rafael Nadal made his debut at the 2018 Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic on Tuesday and left the court in good spirits without appearing to aggravate a recent knee injury during his defeat to Richard Gasquet.


Rafael Nadal set for Kooyong debut

Sunday 7th January, 2018

World No 1 Rafael Nadal will get a vital Australian Open tune-up when he joins a stellar cast of five of the top ten players in the world at the Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic next week.


Djokovic to end six-month injury hiatus at Kooyong Classic

Wednesday 3rd January, 2018

Twelve-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic will return to the court for his first competitive match in 181 days at the 2018 Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic, as he looks to put a long-time elbow injury behind him.


Top-10 men Cilic and Thiem join two-time champ Goffin in classy Kooyong men’s draw

Thursday 9th November, 2017

Four men ranked in the ATP world rankings top 10 will finalise their Australian Open preparations at the 2018 Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic.


Tassie’s North West shines as Adelaide announced as 2019 host

Wednesday 1st November, 2017

Tasmania’s North West has put on a show during eight days of memorable Australian Masters Games action, according to Games general manager Scott Wade.

Wade praised all involved, especially the many local volunteers, and thanked the 5,000 plus participants who helped make the 16th Australian Masters Games a success.


From 30 to 93 – Australia’s weekend warriors assemble in Tasmania for Australian Masters Games

Thursday 19th October, 2017

Over 5,000 of Australia’s fittest and most enthusiastic weekend warriors assemble in Tasmania’s North West this weekend for the 16th edition of the Australian Masters Games.


Raelene Boyle sprints to Legend status and ‘The Hornet’ – Jeff Horn takes out ‘The Don’ at Australian sport’s night of nights

Thursday 12th October, 2017

Raelene Boyle AM MBE has become the 39th Legend of Australian sport and boxer Jeff Horn took home ‘The Don’ award for the athlete who most inspired the nation at the 33rd Sport Australia Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Gala, presented by Etihad Airways, in Melbourne.

Eight Australian sporting greats were inducted as members into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame and five young athletes received Scholarship and Mentoring Program awards to assist in achieving their sporting dreams as the who’s who of Australian sport assembled for the annual gala.


Historic partnership to put athletics ahead of the race

Thursday 14th September, 2017

Athletics is a major step closer to achieving its goal of becoming the largest participation sport in Australia, with a new drive to boost involvement at all levels.

Fresh from her win at the world championships in London, Sally Pearson announced in Sydney today a landmark partnership between Coles, Athletics Australia and Little Athletics Australia.

The three year multi-million dollar deal will support grassroots athletics across Australia.

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