Sam Pang has been heard to describe netball as “basketball with all the good bits taken out”. Lacrosse is like hockey, but with a lot of good bits thrown in.
Join Rob Stewart as he relives Sunday at the Masters, conversations with his late father and a chance meeting nine years ago with Adam Scott.
Sport has a knack of producing moments that make you smile uncontrollably; that putt on 18 has rocketed to the top of my list.
Caitlin Nobes is looking forward to the US Masters this weekend – and her interest is in the performance of Tiger.
Given recent events in Brisbane where a huge storm caused injury to some participants, Iron Mike considers the mind of the long distance runner whose competitive instincts preside.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that track and field had taken an indefinite break after London but Melbourne hosts an IAAF event, the grandiosely-named Qantas Melbourne World Challenge, this Saturday.
Luke Reynolds advises all Knackers to put the Stawell Gift on their bucket list.
Kate O’Donnell has taken to the water like her dad, Dips, took to the track. She shares her story about the upcoming Special Olympics Victorian State Games.
Like a buzzing beer garden in twilight, All Ireland Football Championship quarterfinal day at Dublin’s Croke Park is fantastic. During our family tour of Ireland, France and Italy, we see a conclave of cathedrals but with O’Keefe ancestry in County Cork, this becomes a special pilgrimage. And while it’s Dublin and Roscommon clashing, a vivid [Read more]
WARNING: This story filled with beautiful images of sunsets, good red and fishing off the coast of WA will likely exacerbate any Monday morning back-to-work gloom you are feeling.
Craig Dodson would much rather have a few quiet ones with Phil Taylor than a Red Bull with James Magnussen.
Sean Curtain reveals another leaked email from the Vatican HR department.
A school rowing clash favours the boys ahead of the girls. Steve Fahey thinks there must be a better way.
Those that don’t like the Grand Prix in Melbourne should be tolerant of those who do, writes Jake “Cobba” Stevens.
When talking to parents about a decline in cricket participation, there is a common thread of what is good for the parent being a decision making factor. Parents are saying that the impact on their weekends is a significant factor.
The second game of the season might have been overshadowed by the ongoing debacle that is the Cronulla Sharks, but the rugby league world will welcome a few hours where the concern is about tries and tackles rather than peptides and plea bargains.
I’m not sure I like the Thursday night game, especially to kick off the season, but after a summer of mediocre cricket I’m not complaining
Peter Flynn deals with Sabres and Rangers in New York. It’s a brutal affair.
Pete Edwards believes the recent inquiry into the “failure” of the Australian swimming team actually endorsed bad sportsmanship.