Check out @AUSParalympics’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/AUSParalympics/status/443166283220004864
Check out @Rio2016_en’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/Rio2016_en/status/441710384828141569
“The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of practicing sport, without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play.” –The Olympic Charter
Check out @Olympics’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/Olympics/status/430445637352423424
Check out @Sochi2014’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/Sochi2014/status/429533652343455744
Here is a 14 minute presentation detailing the venue for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Check out @Sochi2014’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/Sochi2014/status/428392069283840000
Check out @ITFWCTTour’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/ITFWCTTour/status/391294561256873984
Sport Matters invites you to join the inaugural ‘Sydney Spring Sail’ on Sunday 22 September 2013.
The Sydney Spring Sail coincides with Sport Matters birthday and we would love for you to join us for a spectacular two-hour cruise on Sydney Harbour on board the Southern Swan, an authentic 1920’s Tall Ship.
Departing from Campbell’s Cove in The Rocks we shall set sail for a glorious experience! The Sydney Spring Sail will cruise past all the iconic landmarks including Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Fort Denison, Garden Island, Luna Park and Admiralty House.
The proceeds of this event will support Sport Matters work using sport to empower individuals and unite communities in Australia, the Pacific, Asia and Africa.
When: Sunday 22 September
Time: 11am – 1pm
Cost: $120 per adult
Tickets include a two-hour sailing experience on an authentic Tall Ship, a delicious and substantial finger food meal and drinks.
Be at Campbell’s Cove wharf at the Rocks by 10.45am to make sure you don’t ‘miss the boat’!
Places are limited so BOOK NOW with Sydney Harbour Tall Ships http://www.sydneytallships.com.au/charity-sail.html.
At the end of a two-year campaign, the name in the envelope was ‘Tokyo’.
It was decided after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) members voted during their 125th session in Buenos Aires Saturday.
More at gamesbids.com
Full coverage at Olympics.com – Host City Announcement
Spirit of Sydney’s very own Barbara Smith has been nominated for the Fuel 4 Business Awards. Barbara, AKA The Roving Trainer, has been helping people understand and use technology for seven years. Congratulations on your nomination Barb and good luck.
For collectors that are interested Kingdom Sports Group has released the retail program
for the Special Olympics Asia Pacific Games 2013.
Being held in Newcastle at the end of November this year, the Special
Olympic Asia Pacific Games is one of the largest sports events to be held
this year for people living with a disability. The SOAPG2013 is a showcase
event where athletes can enjoy, take part in sport and create new
The limited edition collector pin program is now available from
The 2013 Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League Finals will be held at the Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre, Darlington Rd, Darlington from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th September.
NSW has two teams, the Stacks Goudkamp Bears and the Sydney Uni Flames that will be competing for the National title! Entry Cost is a Gold Coin donation at the door.
Friday 6 September
6.00pm – Victoria (1) v Stacks Goudkamp Bears (2)
8.00pm – Be Active Western Stars (3) v Sydney Uni Flames (4)
Saturday 7 September
7.00pm – Loser Game 1 v Winner Game 2
Sunday 8 September
10.00am – Bronze Playoff, Loser Game 3 v Loser Game 2
12.00pm – Grand Final, Winner Game 1 v Winner Game 3
For more information visit www.wnwbl.basketball.net.au
Australia’s Dani Samuels has made the final of the Women’s Discus at the 14th IAAF World Athletics Championships in Moscow, Russia.
Dani threw 62.73m, 62.51m, and 62.85m to qualify 7th for final which will take place at 0235 on Monday morning EST.
Dani was the youngest person to claim World Champion in this event when she won at the 2009 IAAF World Championship.