Topic: Sport

Adaptive sport generates more than medals

Published on by CPL Bill Solomou (author), Warrior Games (photographer)

The Australian Team at the opening ceremony. (photo: Warrior Games)

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.

Women’s league side hangs on for victory

This article has photo gallery Published on by CPL Max Bree (author), ABIS Chantell Brown (photographer)

Women's Australian Defence Force team and Management staff during the Rugby League Festival Of World Cups Sydney. (photo: ABIS Chantell Brown)

Women's Australian Defence Force team and Management staff during the Rugby League Festival Of World Cups Sydney.

Despite the New Zealanders’ drive, the Australian women somehow hung on to win 16-12.

Cerberus still in finals hunt

This article has photo gallery Published on by CPL Max Bree (author), LSIS Nina Fogliani (photographer)

Members of Cerberus/Crib Point team and Hastings Blues competing for the ball during their match played at Hastings Oval, Hastings Victoria. (photo: LSIS Nina Fogliani)

Members of Cerberus/Crib Point team and Hastings Blues competing for the ball during their match played at Hastings Oval, Hastings Victoria.

HMAS Cerberus’s Women’s Aussie rules side, known as Cerberus-Crib Point, remains in contention for the women’s Victorian South Eastern Development Competition finals, despite being bumped down the ladder after a devastating loss to Tyabb in late July.

Navy women gain aptitude at altitude

Published on by LCDR Natasha Connew (author), Unknown (photographer)

20 women attended the annual Navy Alpine Snowsports Ladies Development Camp  at Perisher, over the 21-23 July weekend, highlighting Navy’s interest in fostering women in the sport. (photo: Unknown)

20 women attended the annual Navy Alpine Snowsports Ladies Development Camp at Perisher, over the 21-23 July weekend, highlighting Navy’s interest in fostering women in the sport.

A group of Navy women have given up warmth and comfort, for freezing temperatures and bruises, attending an intensive training camp, hardening their skills to represent Navy at the annual Navy Alpine Snowsports championships.

Cairns cycle for success

Published on by Department of Defence (author)

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. (photo: Unknown)

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.