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Australia Sports Stats

Definitions

  • Chess > GrandMasters: Number of GrandMaster chess champions, by country. A GrandMaster is the highest level of recognition in chess.
  • Chess > International Masters: Number of International Masters in chess, by country. International Master is the second highest recognition in chess.
  • FIFA World Ranking > Men: World football rankings, point totals, March 2006.
  • FIFA World Ranking > Women: FIFA world women's ranking, total points.
  • World Cup Totals > Draws: Total number of matches drawn in World Cup history, 1930-2006. NOTE: Serbia & Montenegro includes historic Yugoslavia's totals. Germany includes West Germany totals.
  • World Cup Totals > Losses: Total number of losses in World Cup history, 1930-2006. NOTE: Serbia & Montenegro includes historic Yugoslavia's totals. Germany includes West Germany totals.
  • World Cup Totals > Points: Total points accrued from 1930 to 2006 in World Cup history. NOTE: Serbia & Montenegro includes historic Yugoslavia's totals. Germany includes West Germany totals.
  • World Cup Totals > Wins: Total matches won in World Cup history, 1930-2006. NOTE: Serbia & Montenegro includes historic Yugoslavia's totals. Germany includes West Germany totals.
STAT AMOUNT DATE RANK HISTORY
1978 Commonwealth Games > Medals 24 1978 2nd out of 12
1994 Winter Paralympics > Total 9 1994 12th out of 24
British Commonwealth Games > Medals 29 1974 1st out of 14
Chess > GrandMasters 2 2006 58th out of 134
Chess > International Masters 16 2006 38th out of 134
Commonwealth Games > Medals > Pos 3 1986 10th out of 11
FIFA World Ranking > Men 621 2006 43th out of 197
FIFA World Ranking > Women 1,866 2005 14th out of 116
Jamie Baulch > Achievements > Year 2000 2000
Summer Paralympics > Bronze 47 2000 2nd out of 58
Summer Paralympics > Total 149 2000 1st out of 66
World Cup Totals > Draws 2 2006 46th out of 72
World Cup Totals > Losses 4 2006 44th out of 72
World Cup Totals > Points 5 2006 49th out of 72
World Cup Totals > Wins 1 2006 52nd out of 72

SOURCES: Wikipedia: 1978 Commonwealth Games; Wikipedia: 1994 Winter Paralympics; Wikipedia: 1970 British Commonwealth Games; World Chess Federation, 2006; Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA); FIFA Official Website, December 2005; Wikipedia: Jamie Baulch; Wikipedia: 1960 Summer Paralympics; ESPN, FIFA Official Website, NationMaster

Citation

"Australia Sports Stats", NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/profiles/Australia/Sports

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