Tough day on the water for Murray Stewart. 17 August 2016

After a string of setbacks in the lead up, Murray Stewart reflects on a tough day on the water, as he finished fourth in the men's K1 1000m final.

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Sailing Gold and Silver - Day 11 review 17 August 2016 (AEDT)

Australia picked up two more medals on day 11 with a gold and a silver in sailing but suffered heartbreak in the women’s basketball.

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Kayakers issue a warning 17 August 2016 (AEDT)

Our kayakers have issued a warning to the European heavyweights of kayaking.

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Stewart just misses podium in pulsating final 16 August 2016 (AEDT)

Australian K1 1000m paddler Murray Stewart has finished fourth in the final at Lagoa

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Day 10 Review 16 August 2016 (AEDT)

Day 10 saw a number of great individual performances for our Aussie athletes with personal best times on the athletics track and a fantastic 15th place finish in the women's 10km water swim for 17-year-old Olympic debutant Chelsea Lea Gubecka.

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First Aussies through to sprint finals 15 August 2016 (AEDT)

Australia’s sprint canoe and kayak section began its Olympic campaign today with three crews in action on the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas.

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Day 10 preview – Team sport knockout rounds 15 August 2016 (AEDT)

As we move into week two of the Games, Australia has the challenge of quarter-final knockout games in two team sports, the women’s hockey and water polo. The Canoe Sprint competition gets under way and there are medals on the line in Sailing.

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Paddlers ready for Rio challenge 15 August 2016 (AEDT)

Australia’s sprint canoe and kayak team will begin its Olympic campaign this week with racing beginning on Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas.

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Fan messages to our athletes (take #2) 14 August 2016

Our Olympic athletes receive fan messages from people who admire them and their efforts at the Games. Sprint canoeists Alyce Burnett and Lachlan Tame, and beach volleyballer Maria Fe Artacho del Solar open up about their favourite ones.

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Sprint Canoeists ready to rumble 13 August 2016

Our sprint canoeists have landed in Rio and are gearing up for their first day of competition at the Games. Hear from Naomi Flood (K1 500m), Jacob Clear (K4 1000m) and Ken Wallace (K4 1000m, K2 1000m).

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Murray Stewart up for K1 challenge 11 August 2016

Olympic gold medalist Murray Stewart is going into new territory as he competes solely in the K1 category at these Games. He returned from serious illness earlier this year and is aiming to challenge some more fancied rivals.

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Olympic gold medallist up for a new challenge 11 August 2016 (AEDT)

CANOE-SPRINT: Olympic gold medallist Murray Stewart is ready to take on any type of conditions that the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas throws at him in the K1 1000 metres.

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Rio romance and sibling rivalry | April's Blog 9 August 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

For the first eighteen years of my life it was just my sister and I against the world. And then along came Jordan…

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The Confessions of a Groupie | April's Blog 4 August 2016 (AEDT) | Alyce Burnett

As a survivor of Chronic-Middle-Child-Syndrome, I can confidently say that the world revolves around my sister Alyce.

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Aussies show off their Copa base 4 August 2016 (AEDT)

Australian media were invited into Australia’s Copa Zone Headquarters today and given an insight into how the team is preparing ahead of the start of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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Living the Ipanema dream 2 August 2016 (AEDT)

Ipanema is everything you imagine it to be.

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Plan ahead for key Aussie events at Rio Games 1 August 2016 (AEDT)

Australian athletes have been training for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for years. This week the dream becomes reality, the countdown ends and the competition begins.

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A day in the life of Bull and Burnett 29 July 2016

Alyce Burnett and Alyssa Bull take us through a typical day of their training before Rio.

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Where are your Aussie athletes as final preparations continue 27 July 2016 (AEDT)

With less than 10 days until the Opening Ceremony in Rio the Australian athletes have started arriving from all around the world. Some are competing, at training camps or just touching down.

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