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World Cup: Australia

Australia's forgotten World Cup win

This weekend, the 1987 World Cup squad will reunite for the first time in 30 years to be finally presented with their winning World Cup medals.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Lassila upstaged by Scott at World Cup

Lydia Lassila has returned to the World Cup aerial skiing circuit in the United States but was upstaged by fellow Australian Danielle Scott who finished second.
SBS

Videos for World Cup: Australia

News video: Kushnir of Belarus and USA's Caldwell win aerials in Lake Placid

Kushnir of Belarus and USA's Caldwell win aerials in Lake Placid 02:14

Anton Kushnir and Ashley Caldwell are winners in men's and women's aerial ski World Cup held in Lake Placid. Kushnir leads the series on points with Australia's Danielle Scott leading..
Source: Sports Video Online -

News video: Kushnir of Belarus and USA's Caldwell win aerials in Lake Placid

Kushnir of Belarus and USA's Caldwell win aerials in Lake Placid 02:13

Anton Kushnir and Ashley Caldwell are winners in men's and women's aerial ski World Cup held in Lake Placid. Kushnir leads the series on points with Australia's Danielle Scott leading the women's..
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Wins for Cox and Reiherd in World Cup moguls

Wins for Cox and Reiherd in World Cup moguls 01:44

Britteny Cox of Australia and Dmitriy Reiherd of Kazakhstan win the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup moguls events in Lake Placid
Source: Sports Video Online -

 

Much at stake for both sides despite low-key aura

Australia will look towards ironing out chinks before the Champions Trophy while Pakistan have an eye on direct qualification for the World Cup
CricBuzz

World Cup expansion shows global growth of football – FFA

Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive David Gallop believes the planned expansion of the FIFA World Cup reflects the growth of football, especially in Asia. On Tuesday, FIFA voted..
SoccerNews.com

Expanded World Cup less special, says former Socceroos skipper Paul Wade

FIFA's decision to expand the 2026 World Cup to 48 teams will devalue qualification for soccer's showpiece event, according to former Australian captain Paul Wade.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

FIFA World Cup expansion: Why Australia should consider going back to Oceania

FIFA's landmark decision to expand the World Cup to 48 teams finally gives Oceania - the game's orphan child - direct entry. That one spot has taken 51 years.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra players headline Australian indoor hockey World Cup squads

Hockey Australia has named 11 ACT players across the men's and women's squads for the indoor hockey World Cup.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

England select Australia World Cup winner Locke

england select australia world cup winner locke
England Netball have named Australia World Cup winner Chelsea Locke in their squad for three friendly internationals.
BBC Sport


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