FROM his surprise win at Bells Beach in 2001 to his phenomenal return to Jeffreys Bay following a shark attack, these are the moments that defined Mick Fanning’s...
SHE’S the 2018 Winter Olympian who combined the luck of Steven Bradbury with Eddie the Eagle’s glaring lack of ability.
SCOTTY James, the charming Aussie flag-bearer from central casting, has a ruthless streak — but rivals are wondering if he’s gone too far.
LUCIANO Leilua is tough and he’s competitive. And you can attribute both those traits — at least in part — to his older brother, Joey, who could be facing his...
MOVE over Melbourne, Ben Simmons belongs to the Steel City. He is as Novocastrian as the Johns brothers, Silverchair and a good wave at Merewether.
Kate Lutkins is someone you want in the trenches - be it with the Australian Defence Force or in the AFLW.
Tennis and Racquet Sports
NICK Kyrgios is regularly lashed for his on-court misdemeanours but the polarising Aussie is using his off-court philanthropy to drive his Australian Open...
Alex de Minaur has taken tennis by storm in 2018 but a tough draw in round one of the Australian Open will be a big test for the emerging talent
YEAR IN REVIEW: Smith, Slater and Cronk swept all before them in 2017.
MORE than four months after his last game of football, Thomas Kristensen makes his return when the Roar host Melbourne Victory.
MITCH Larkin is toying with the idea of adding the individual medley to his Commonwealth Games trials program in a bid to maintain the hunger that will fuel his...
JACK Bird opens up about his reasons for quitting the Sharks and the bitter feud between Brisbane and Cronulla over his shoulder injury.
Cameron Smith only Kangaroos forward picked as Australia earns five selections in this collection of the best talent at the Rugby League World Cup
THE 2017 World Cup is almost in the books and the tournament has provided fans with a series of memorable moments. Ahead of Saturday’s final, here’s ten of the very...
AS the World Cup begins to wind down we name our team of the tournament. There’s only one rule — no players from the Big Three are allowed.
ANTHONY Milford has spoken candidly about his growing responsibility as he confronts the most important season of his career.
Holly Ferling says female bowlers can break new ground.
The Roosters' pitch for Cooper Cronk was surprisingly simple, writes Nathan Ryan.
The former test cricketer's steely resolve has a new focus: children with rare diseases.
AFL fans have a growing fascination with ink so, a look at some of the best and worst player tattoos.