South Australian Athletes will be competing in Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Cycling, Gymnastics, Triathlon and Swimming on day 3 of the Commonwealth Games.
A scintillating performance by the Australian men's and women' pursuit cycling teams stole the show on the opening night of Commonwealth Games competition at the Anna Meares Velodrome
South Australians will battle it out for more medals on Day 2 of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games!
At 11 years of age Kurtis Marschall fell in love with pole vaulting while watching his idol Steve Hooker win Gold for Australia at the Beijing Olympics.
A strong contingent of 60 South Australian athletes have been selected to compete for Australia at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Junior paddlers loaded up and ready to row
Golden Grove foot club unveils facilities refit
Millicent’s magnificent men and women score off-field win
Riverland gymnasts get the floor that gives
KI netballers rapt with female-friendly changerooms
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