It’s a race that is widely regarded as one of the greatest moments not just in athletics but in sporting history overall.
Twenty years ago today, the Sydney Olympic Games enraptured the world with what is widely regarded as one of the most thrilling nights in athletics history.
Cathy Freeman’s victory at the 2000 Sydney Olympics remains one of the all-time great moments in athletics history. Getty photographer Adam Pretty tells the story behind this aesthetically stunning shot of the Australian sprinter emerging from the blocks on her way to 400m gold.
Cathy Freeman, one of Australia’s most admired Olympic champions, was named this year's Oceania continental winner at the 2015 IOC Women in Sport Awards ceremony at The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Tuesday (10).
The Olympic 400m gold medallist Cathy Freeman will announce today that she is withdrawing from the Telstra Australian athletics championships, which start in Brisbane on Thursday.
Australian Cathy Freeman, who raised awareness of the Aboriginal people during the Sydney Olympics, was selected Thursday by ESPN to receive the Arthur Ashe Courage and Humanitarian Award.
Olympic 400m gold medallist Cathy Freeman will establish a foundation aimed at attracting corporate sponsorship to help Australia's Aboriginal population.
60 athletes have been selected to represent Australia in Seville, Spain from August 20-29 on the occasion of the 7th IAAF World Championships in Athletics.
With the Northern Hemisphere still in the grips of winter (mild though it has been in most of Europe this year), and most of us thinking about the remainder of this year's cross country and indoor athletics season, Melbourne is already under starter's orders for the inaugural meeting of this year's IAAF Grand Prix circuit.