Paralympics Australia President Jock O’Callaghan believes Sydney 2000 "inspired a generation" and helped to "change perceptions" about people with an impairment.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and JCDecaux have partnered on a social media campaign encouraging people to share memories of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Finland's Jyrki Jarvi, the first Olympic gold medallist in the discipline, was today elected as the new President of the 49er Class Association.
The iconic 35-ton set of steel Olympic Rings that lit up the Sydney Harbour Bridge during the 2000 Games, which closed 20-years-ago today, have been put up for sale on auction site eBay.
Australian taekwondo stars have reminisced about the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in a number of commemorative episodes of the Australian Taekwondo Talk podcast.
Celebrated film-maker Bud Greenspan’s documentary about the 2000 Olympics in Sydney contains as its centrepiece an account of Monday, September 25, when more than 110,000 spectators - the largest crowd ever to watch track and field at the Games - packed into Stadium Australia to witness an extraordinary sequence of competitions.
The Australian Olympic Committee has recognised 810 teenagers as "Olympic Change-Makers".
Canoeing Olympians past and present gathered at the Penrith Whitewater Stadium today to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sydney 2000.
The only athlete with a speaking part at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Opening Ceremony has revealed how she was more concerned about her team-mates in the crowd than the television audience of billions.
Andrew Gaze, Australia's flag bearer at Sydney 2000, has insisted the world "needs the Olympics" in Tokyo next year.
Olympic champion Cathy Freeman sent a video message as Olympic personalities gathered to relight the cauldron in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Games.
John Fahey, the second President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and a key figure in Sydney's winning bid for the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, has died at the age of 75.
World Taekwondo is today celebrating Taekwondo Day and marking the 20th anniversary of the sport's Olympic debut at Sydney 2000.
Tokyo’s Olympic Flame is set to go on display next week at the Olympic Museum. Organisers hope it will raise morale after the unprecedented postponement of the Games until 2021 in the same way that the Torch Relay 20 years ago transformed the attitude towards the Games in Sydney.
The New South Wales Government has confirmed it has dropped plans for the refurbishment of ANZ Stadium, with AUD800 million (£432 million/$533 million/€480 million) now set to be redirected towards a new fund for job-creating infrastructure projects.