How a split-second decision saved the life of Chilean rally driving pro Juan Ramón Sepúlveda.
The beat-up: pro-fighters v the influencers
It is all for publicity, but boxing is now getting popular for all the wrong reasons.
Borroloola to Sydney: Shay Evans
In November 2018, Shay Evans was announced as a Sydney FC player for the upcoming 2018/19 W-League season. Few knew who she was, or her story, other than being a graduate of the John Moriarty Football program. The John Moriarty Football program was started by the first indigenous footballer to be selected to play for […]
The South African rugby team: heroes or villains of #RWC2019?
By Oliver Brett In early November South Africa defeated England by 32 – 12 with a bruising and dominant performance that saw them deservedly become world champions for the third time. They produced their most complete performance in their most important fixture, physically and emotionally peaking at the optimum point of their four year cycle. […]
The Balmoral Burn – so much more than a physical challenge!
By Rob Nyffenegger A phone interview with Paul Francis, Founder and Executive Chairman of Humpty Dumpty Foundation – the Balmoral Burn that appeared on the Radio Gaga show on the 24th of May. The Balmoral Burn is now in its 19th year and each year, multitudes of participants of all ages take on the 420m […]
20 Years Ago: The Opening of Sydney Olympic Stadium
It’s been 20 years since the opening of Sydney Olympic Stadium – currently known as ANZ Stadium. Before the 2000 Sydney Olympics, “Stadium Australia” as it was first officially known, hosted several sporting events which produced record crowds back in 1999.
NRL leading the way with harmony in sports
BY ADAM HAYWARD @Hayward_AdamK Australia celebrated Harmony Day on March 21st, celebrating our multiculturalism, inclusiveness, diversity, respect and the continuing message that ‘everyone belongs’ and the National Rugby League prides itself on being a leader when it comes to harmony in sports. The NRL works hard to promote equality of opportunity in all its forms, […]
Faster! Stace Van Wetering’s need for speed
WORDS AND VIDEO BY ROB NYFFENEGGER @robnyff The International Festival of Speed, an annual event held at Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek – celebrated its 14th Anniversary last weekend. Stace Van Wetering, 30, has been racing since 2013 and is competing in her first year as part of the RB Racing team. Stace really […]
Riders hit Eastern Creek for the 2019 International Festival of Speed
BY ROB NYFFENEGGER @robnyff For anyone passionate about motorcycles, motorcycle racing and just hanging around race tracks in general – the International Festival of Speed, held at Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek over March 14 – 17.
Women’s pro sports inspiring girls
Embed from Getty Images BY ADAM HAYWARD @hayward_adamk Women’s sports rise to prominence, inspiring girls to follow their dreams The meteoric rise in women’s sports has been one of the most exciting trends in the entire sporting industry in Australia as every prominent sporting code have now formed their own elite women’s competitions.