of the Australian Athletics team, 18-year-old Ellie Beer ticked a huge dream off her bucket list, leaving her inspired to chase down her goals in the new year.
The Women’s Olympic Road Race at Tokyo 2020 was an unpredictable race, with a shock gold medal winner. The Australian team recap the race from their view.
Ellie Beer is not your average teenager, balancing university, work and a strict training schedule; she’s always dreamed of a shot at Olympic glory, and this year she was got that opportunity.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Closing Ceremony signified the end of 12 days of hard work with the focus now on Paris 2024.
The final day of the Paralympics saw Australia competing in the Marathon events but there were fourth other sports to finish off with medals on offer.
Ellie Cole will carry the Australian flag into Japan National Stadium for the Paralympics Closing Ceremony after winning two medals at this year’s games.
Madi de Rozario finished her Tokyo 2020 journey on a high, winning gold by one second and setting a Paralympic record in the T54 marathon.
Day 11 yielded two more gold medals for the Australian Paralympic team,. but there were plenty of stars who didn’t win gold. We recap all the action.
Janine Watson made history as the first Australian to win a taekwondo medal at the Paralympics, in the sport’s first time in the Paralympic programme.
Curtis McGrath has won his second gold medal of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics after a come-from-behind finish in the Men’s Va’a Single 200m VL3 Final.
Dylan Alcott has won his second Paralympic Gold Medal in the Quad Wheelchair Tennis Singles, defending his 2016 title defeating Sam Schroder in straight sets.
Australia gained more medals on Day 10 of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics as some events finished up for another year while a new record was set for the number of medalling nations at the Games.
Curtis McGrath has defended his Rio 2016 gold medal in the canoe sprint at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics after setting a new Paralympic best time earlier in the semi-final.
Many great moments characterised another wonderful day of the Tokyo Paralympics, with records falling remarkably often.
Vanessa Low bettered her own T61 World Record three times on her way to winning Gold in the Women’s T63 Long Jump.
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