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}}</ref> Bege hold spiller deres hjemmekampe på [[Canberra Stadium]],<ref>{{cite news|archiveurl=|archivedate=9 October 2007|title=Canberra Stadium|url=|publisher=[[Australian Institute of Sport]] |accessdate=9 March 2016}}</ref> som er byens største stadion. Det blev brugt til gruppekampe i fodbold ved de [[Sommer-OL 2000|olympiske lege år 2000]] og til rugby union ved [[VM i rugby|VM]] i 2003.<ref>{{cite news|title=Sydney 2000:Football |url=|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation |year=1999 |accessdate=8 October 2007|archiveurl= <!-- Bot retrieved archive -->|archivedate=3 August 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Complete draw for 2003 Rugby World Cup|url=|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation |year=2003 |accessdate=8 October 2007}}</ref> TheByen cityhar alsoogså haset a successfulsuccesfuldt basketball team-hold, the [[Canberra Capitals]], which has won seven out of the last eleven [[Women's National Basketball League|national women's basketball]] titles.<ref>{{cite news|title=Caps take WNBL championship|url=|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation |date=17 February 2007 |accessdate=8 October 2007}}</ref> [[Canberra United FC]] represents the city in the [[W-League (Australia)|W-League]], the national [[women's association football]] league, and were champions in the [[2011–12 W-League|2011–12 season]].<ref>{{cite news|url=|title=Canberra downs Roar to clinch W-League title|publisher=[[Australian Broadcasting Corporation]]|date=31 January 2012|accessdate=3 February 2012}}</ref>
The [[Canberra Vikings]] represent the city in the [[National Rugby Championship]] and finished second in the [[2015 National Rugby Championship|2015 season]].
Prior to this the Melbourne-based [[Australian Football League|AFL]] team the [[Kangaroos Football Club|Kangaroos]] played some home games at Manuka Oval until July 2006.<ref>{{cite news|title=Kangaroos finding capital gains taxing |url=|first= Richard|last=Hinds|work=The Sydney Morning Herald |date=1 April 2005 |accessdate=8 October 2007}}</ref> Following the move of the Kangaroos' alternative home ground to [[Carrara]] in Queensland, [[Melbourne Football Club|Melbourne]] and the [[Western Bulldogs]] played some home games at Manuka Oval from 2007 against the [[Sydney Swans]].<ref>{{cite news|url=|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation|title=Dogs, Demons to play in Canberra|accessdate=9 October 2007|date=16 August 2006|archiveurl= <!-- Bot retrieved archive -->|archivedate=13 October 2007}}</ref> Canberra is also home to the [[Barassi International Australian Football Youth Tournament]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Who Rules, Aussie Rules! | url=|archiveurl=|archivedate=5 March 2007|publisher=[[Australian Football League|AFL]] |date=15 February 2007 |accessdate=8 October 2007}}</ref> The historic [[Prime Minister's XI]] cricket match is played at Manuka Oval annually.{{sfn|Growden|2008|pp=200-210}} Other significant annual sporting events include the [[Canberra Marathon]]<ref>{{cite news|title=Canberra Marathon|url=|publisher=[[Canberra Marathon]] |accessdate=8 October 2007|archiveurl=|archivedate=7 August 2011}}</ref> and the City of Canberra Half Ironman Triathlon.
TheDet australske sportsinstitut, [[Australian Institute of Sport]] (AIS), iser locatedbeliggende in thei Canberra suburb of-forstaden [[Bruce, Australian Capital Territory|Bruce]].{{sfn|Sparke|1988|p=304}} The AIS is a specialised educational and training institution providing coaching for elite junior and senior athletes in a number of sports. The AIS has been operating since 1981 and has achieved significant success in producing elite athletes, both local and international.{{sfn|Sparke|1988|p=304}} TheHovedparten majorityaf ofde Australia'saustralske teamdeltagere membersog andmedaljetagere medallists at theved [[Sommer-OL 2000 Summer Olympics]] ini Sydney werekom AISfra graduatesAIS.<ref>{{cite news|title=History and successes|url=|publisher=[[Australian Institute of Sport]] |accessdate=8 October 2007|archiveurl=|archivedate=18 January 2013}}</ref>
Canberra has numerous sporting ovals, golf courses, skate parks, and swimming pools that are open to the public. Tennis courts include those at the National Sports Club, [[Lyneham, Australian Capital Territory|Lyneham]], former home of the [[Canberra Women's Tennis Classic]]. A Canberra-wide series of bicycle paths are available to cyclists for recreational and sporting purposes. Canberra Nature Parks have a large range of walking paths, horse and mountain bike trails. Water sports like sailing, rowing, dragon boating and water skiing are held on Canberra's lakes.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Boating on Lake Burley Griffin|publisher=[[National Capital Authority]]|accessdate=9 October 2007| archiveurl =| archivedate = 23 September 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Lake Burley Griffin reopens|url=|work=ABC News|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation|accessdate=26 July 2010|date=16 November 2007}}</ref> The Rally of Canberra is an annual motor sport event and a facility for [[drag racing]] is being planned for construction.{{Update inline|reason=Does this still hold after so many years?|?=yes|date=February 2017}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Canberra Dragway Frequently Asked Questions |url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=10 April 2012|publisher=ACT Government |date=21 February 2006 |accessdate=8 October 2007|format=PDF}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Possum Bourne|url=|publisher=Australian Broadcasting Corporation |date=3 May 2003 |accessdate=8 October 2007|archiveurl=|archivedate=25 April 2013}}</ref> From 2000 to 2002, Canberra hosted the [[Canberra 400]] event for [[V8 Supercars]] on the temporary [[Canberra Street Circuit]], which was located inside the Parliamentary Triangle.