President of the RAN Ski Club COMMBC, RADM Peter Laver accepts a Tour de Cure Thank You certificate from Tour de Cure rider CMDR Mike Hogan, RANR.
The Royal Australian Navy’s Thredbo Ski Lodge has recently hosted 34 Tour de Cure cancer charity cyclists in the Snowy Mountains and Jindabyne.
Commander Ian Young on completion of day three of his charity bike ride, helping to raise funds into finding a cure for Vanishing White Matter Disease.
Commander Ian Young is a Navy Orthopaedic Surgeon with the Maritime Operational Health Unit in Sydney, but he still finds the time to keep fit and channel his training to a higher purpose.
The HMAS Cairns Crusaders cycling team.
Cairns Crusaders cycling team has put their fitness to the test attending the annual Cairns to Cooktown Cardiac Challenge, a fundraising event that aims to increase awareness about cardiac disease in Far North Queensland as well as financially support the cardiac ward in Cairns Base Hospital.
Lieutenant Commander Amy Bulters on her way to coming second in the cross country short course mountain bike event at the Australian Defence Cycling Club championships in 2015, held at Mount Stromlo, Canberra.
Defence cyclists from across Australia will converge on Canberra between 21-27 October for the National Cycling Carnival.
The Australian Team at the opening ceremony.
Australian Defence Force personnel were warriors for a week when they recently competed at an international sporting event in America’s windy city.
Members of HMAS Cairns at the finish line after riding 780 km through heavy rain over the infamous Kuranda range and crossing the harsh Gulf Savannah.
After riding 780 kilometres through heavy rain over the infamous Kuranda Range and crossing the harsh Gulf Savannah, seven riders from HMAS
Cairns made it to the outback town of Karumba.
Petty Officer Ian McCracken of Fleet Logistics Support Element - Submarines practices his swimming technique during the 2017 Invictus Games training squad camp in Canberra on 13 March.
Two sailors will be among the 43 athletes to represent Australia when the team competes in the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto in late September.
HMAS Sirius crew members take part in a fitness class that also combined baton training in the ultimate Battle Physical Training session.
A focus on fitness is paying dividends for HMAS Sirius with eight crew members chosen to represent the Royal Australian Navy in various sports, including lawn bowls and weightlifting.
Lieutenant Commander Kent Browning on his way to winning the Super D mountain bike event at the Australian Defence Cycling Club championships.
Navy's cyclists put in a fantastic effort to narrowly miss out on second in the winners’ and placegetters’ list at the 2015 Australian Defence Cycling Club championships held at Mount Stromlo, Canberra, from 5-10 October.