Well on August 10 in Beijing, China it was Represented by a guy named Chris Guccione. (I think that's how you spell his name)
31 sports at the Beijing Olympics 31 sports at the Beijing Olympics
Australia (EST) are 2 hours ahead of Beijing
Australia ranked 6th at the 2008 Beijing Olympics
The eastern states of Australia (GMT +10) are 2 hours ahead of Beijing (GMT +8) because they are much further east than Beijing. Beijing is in the same time zone as Western Australia (GMT +8).
Australia won 14 Gold Medals at the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008.
Australia is represented by a team of 410 athletes and they are competing in 23 sports. see related link
28 sports are in the Olympics
yes Australia is in the 2008 Olympics
Well there are many sports shop in Australia. Sidney have a lot of sports, such like 'National Sports' Have connections in Australia.
All but one of the IOC's 205 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) are represented in Beijing.
There is more then 25 main sports in Australia.
Melbourne, Australia is two hours head of Beijing, China.
Baseball and softball will no longer be competed after the 2008 Games in Beijing.
there r 204 countries represented in the Beijing Olympics
Erison Hurtault, Chris Lloyd
Cricket and rugby are the most famous sports in Australia.
Air distance between Beijing, China and Sydney, Australia is 5,542 miles. That is 8,919 kilometers. It is 4,816 nautical miles.
Australia won 46 medals (14 gold, 15 silver, 17 bronze) at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
28 summer sports *new to the clan was softball*
The flight time from Queensland to Beijing is 20 hours. Queensland is located on the continent of Australia, while Beijing on the continent of Asia.
Australia's sports minister is John Howard(he was also Australia's prime minster ages ago)
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Australia sent 433 athletes to the 2008 Games in Beijing.