South Australia's most talented surfers are currently competing in the Scoot WQS Event in Burleigh.
Six South Aussies Dion Atkinson, Teale Vanner, Max Longhurst and Brett Edwards are contesting for the mens title.
For the Women's event, 2014 Australian Junior Title Winner Tayla Hanak and Surfing SA Female Surfer of the Year Ellie Francis are leading the way for
Today they completed Round One and got through the first nine heats of Round Two in the Men's.
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Adelaide's Rohan Dennis has won the 2015 Tour Down Under.
Racing in front of a 115,000 crowd, the South Australian BMC team rider can now boast of a UCI World Tour victory after claiming the Santos Ochre Leader’s jersey by a two-second margin over Team Sky's Richie Porte.
Dennis finished 20 seconds clear of team-mate and compatriot Cadel Evans, who after a 20 year professional cycling career ended his final World Tour event in overall third place.
“It's an incredible fe
Australian Steele Von Hoff grabbed the victory at the end of a marred finish of Stage 4 in Mount Barker.
Von Hoff crossed the line at the end of the 144.5 kilometre stage from the beachside suburb of Glenelg in a time of 3:24:28 holding off South African Daryl Impey (Orica-GreenEDGE) with Dutch rider Wouter Wippert (Drapac Professional) third.
The 27 year old Victorian gave the UniSA-Australia national team its second stage win of the week. The first was that of Jack Bobrid
The Tour Down Under world cycling draw cards have spoken.
Marcel Kittel, Henrich Haussler, Cadel Evans and Riche Porte are all raring to go for the 2015 South Australian race.
Marcel Kittel who has been in Adelaide for a week, has targeted the criterium and first and last stages as his best chances.
"It's not always predictable, Heinrich is obviously in very good shape, I hope I am too," Kittel said.
"Heinrich has had some very nice wins during his career, he is back now
Adelaide Thunderbirds have started 2015 in great form going through an invitational tournament undefeated, played today at Netball SA Stadium.
They won a hard fought final against an Invitational 7, 36-28.
New recruits Nicola Gray and Amy Steel looked in good form and Thunderbirds supporters should be excited.
Former Queenslander, Gray, looked strong playing her Wing Attack position, hitting the circle hard and she shows some really good finesse on her passes into Carla B
Congratulations to Renae Hallinan and Our Sporting Life SA Ambassador Leigh Waddington!!!
Off the back of a stellar 2014 season, Renae Hallinan has been re-appointed as Captain of the Adelaide Thunderbirds for 2015 alongside new Vice-captain, Leigh Waddington.
Taking over the captaincy from Natalie von Bertouch last year, the respected Australian Diamond star developed her leadership skills in a tough year for the Adelaide Thunderbirds, putting her in great stead to build
South Australian Beach Volleyball star Bo Soderberg has won his fifth SA Open today at Glenelg.
Soderberg partnered with Malachi Murch and together proved to be the dominant Men's pair throughout the competition.
Runners up Zachary Schubert and Hamish Moore proved tough opposition in the final, which created a fantastic spectacle on a perfect weather day.
After a slow start, Soderberg was excited to receive the trophy for the fifth time in the longest running Australian
Women's top seeds Becchara Palmer and Stef Weiler partnered for their first SA Open title at Glenelg today.
2012 London Olympian Palmer, produced a class performance to bring home her fourth SA Open.
"Playing with Stef was great," Palmer said.
"She completely held her own on court this weekend and shows maturity beyond her years, especially in tight moments in the final.
This was Victorian Stef Weiler's first SA Open win and she was excited to win the gold medal.
By Andrew Frackowski
A former Elizabeth and South Australian Redbacks cricketer Andrew Crook has been on both sides of the game then made the switch to netball.
He didn’t make the move to play netball, Crook made the transition to be General Manager of the “Netball Super-League” in England before being General Manager of the ANZ Championship, which he has continued on in for the past three years.
Crook grew up around another round ball code, watching his Dad, the late Ma
Beach Volleyball hits Glenelg tomorrow and Sunday as Australian stars compete for the SA Open title.
The SA Open is the longest running Beach Volleyball competition in Australia
and is a leg of the National Tour.
The Women's draw features 2012 Olympian and number one seed Becchara Palmer
who is paired with 19 year old Victorian Stef Wieler for the first time and is excited about this weekend's event.
"We are looking forward to the challenge," the 2012 Olympian said.