The NBA‘s latest shot at jazzing up the All-Star Game generated points but little excitement.
Time to Unmute Women’s Sport
Female athletes make up 40% of participants in sport, yet receive only 4% of all sports news coverage. These athletes deserve better.
The price of gold
Has the success of the Russian Olympic figure skating team come at the expense of young skaters’ health and wellbeing?
Life in the fast lane
Sprint guru Roger Fabri coaches many famous NRL players and he has had a very brilliant career
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 […]
Sports making a positive impact on the environment
BY ADAM HAYWARD @Hayward_AdamK Sport is such an important part of Australia’s culture, there is a huge opportunity to promote the environmental challenges that effect sport from grassroots to the elite level. The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is an organization which uses the power and influence of sport to raise awareness, support action to protect […]
When sport just isn’t your thing
Paul McCormack – not a sportsman – interviews self-confessed sports nut Adam Staples. Camera by Michael Matthews. Featured image: Track athletics, 1911. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C./Wikimedia Commons
10 Greatest Losers in Sports History
Loser: Michael Edwards, who came to be known affectionately as Eddie The Eagle. Photo: Montage Communications/flickr LACHLAN MCGREGOR lists the greatest sporting losses in history. 10. Dan Jansen, 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France: Speed Skating Dan Jansen from Milwaukee in the US failed to get a medal in the 1988 Winter Olympic Games […]