1. Putin's BFF is a US hockey star

    Is it weird that the best ice hockey player in the US capital is a close ally of Russia's President Vladimir Putin? Washington DC doesn't seem to mind.

  2. No more time for Matildas

    After suffering a 5-3 defeat against the United States in Denver, the Matildas were reminded just how much work there is left to do, but there is no more time left to do it.

  3. Sport at its best

    The spirit in which the AFLW final was played epitomises female participation in sport from the grassroots level up, which is why the occasion deserves celebration, writes Richard Hinds.

  4. It just wouldn't happen in AFLM

    In a night of sequins, lace, ink, skin and biceps, Erin Phillips's message to the doubters rings loud, even when she doesn't know if she actually will ever play again, writes Libbi Gorr.

  5. They're coming back — now what?

    The end of the ball-tampering bans of Steve Smith and David Warner was a bit anti-climactic — the real question is when, and if, they (and Cameron Bancroft) will draw a line under the scandal by telling the full story, writes Geoff Lemon.

  6. AFLW breaking records

    Before yesterday, the second biggest attendance for a women's game was for a match between employees from a department store and a pyjama factory in 1929. How far things have come — but there's so much further to go.

  7. Eddie McGuire comments backlash

    The pertinent question about Eddie McGuire's comments is not about the remarks themselves, but why he would make them during a sports broadcast.

  8. The wrap of AFL round two

    It's been another big weekend of footy and the surprises just keep coming, writes Andrew McGarry.

  9. The rise of Amechai Bawden

    22-year-old Amechai Bawden has left behind a challenging childhood to become an accomplished artist, documentary maker and, most recently, a runner representing Australia at the Special Olympics.

  10. 82 not out

    Meet 82-year-old rugby union player David 'Southey' Bell.

  11. Still room for Smith and Warner?

    Steve Smith and David Warner may suddenly find their path back into the national men's line-up isn't so straight forward, writes Richard Hinds.

  1. Basketball and the quest for dollars not sense

    Basketball has joined a host of other sports in embracing a shorter form of the game, which will be played at the next Olympics. However, governing bodies need to be careful not to forget their sport's roots in the pursuit of dollars, writes Ben Lisson.

  2. Smith and Warner's ball-tampering bans are over — but it's been a bit of an anti-climax

    The end of the ball-tampering bans of Steve Smith and David Warner was a bit anti-climactic — the real question is when, and if, they (and Cameron Bancroft) will draw a line under the scandal by telling the full story, writes Geoff Lemon.

  3. Glenn Maxwell powers Australia to victory with 33-ball 70

    Australia crushes Pakistan 5-0 in the ODI series with a 20-run victory in the final match in Dubai, as Glenn Maxwell explodes with a rapid 70 runs from just 33 balls.

  4. David Warner continues exceptional IPL form against Steve Smith's Rajasthan Royals

    Steve Smith is reduced to the role of bystander as David Warner hammers 69 runs off 37 balls when the two Australians met in the Indian Premier League on the day their international bans were lifted.


  1. Dustin Martin hit with two-match AFL ban and fine for striking

    Dustin Martin is offered a two-match ban and a $1,500 fine for striking charges, and may face further sanction for an obscene hand gesture he made while apparently targeting the GWS Giants' Shane Mumford by imitating drug?snorting.

  2. Dustin Martin under scrutiny for middle finger and drug snorting gestures

    The bad news for Richmond and Dustin Martin could start to mount, after the Tigers star was caught out an obscene hand gesture and apparently targeting Giants' Shane Mumford by imitating drug snorting.

  3. Fyfe concussed in Dockers' win over Saints as Hawks, Suns post AFL victories

    The Dockers' triumph over the Saints is soured by a concussion suffered by Nat Fyfe, while the Hawks and Suns celebrate their respective AFL wins over the Kangaroos and Bulldogs.

  4. It's deja vu as Sheed helps Eagles beat Pies in GF rematch

    It's April, not the last Saturday in September, but the result is the same — Dom Sheed kicks important goals and West Coast beats Collingwood. In other news, the Lions, Swans and Giants come away with the points.

  1. Norman guides Dragons to NRL golden-point win, Storm defeat Bulldogs

    Corey Norman lands a golden-point field goal in the Dragons' 13-12 victory over the Knights after the Storm stay undefeated with their win over the Bulldogs.

  2. Eels, Raiders, Sea Eagles earn contrasting wins

    Parramatta's win over Cronulla caps off a big Saturday of NRL, after Manly stuns Souths in golden point and the Raiders get the points on the road in Townsville.

  3. Panthers pip Tigers in NRL golden point, Warriors triumph over Titans

    Penrith's Nathan Cleary lands a long-range field goal to sink the Wests Tigers in extra time, while the Warriors do the business against the Titans across the Tasman.

  4. Ruthless Roosters outclass Broncos in NRL thrashing

    The Sydney Roosters flex their muscles with a convincing 36-4 win over the Brisbane Broncos at the SCG, as they continue their NRL premiership defence.

  1. 'An extraordinary man': Indigenous Australian rugby player Lloyd McDermott dies aged 79

    Australian rugby mourns the death of Lloyd McDermott, the first Indigenous Australian to become a barrister and one of the first to play for the Wallabies.

  2. Meet the 'legend' still playing rugby union at 82

    Octogenarian David 'Southey' Bell might not be the most intimidating figure on the rugby field, but that does not stop him from pulling on his boots every week.

  3. Brett Morris blames Brookvale Oval for knee injury, warns NRL players are at risk

    Brett Morris will be "worried" the next time he plays at Brookvale Oval after sustaining a knee injury over the weekend, saying other NRL players may be in danger if the venue is not improved.

  4. Waratahs stun Crusaders in titleholders' first outing since Christchurch attacks

    The NSW Waratahs snap the Crusaders' record 19-match Super Rugby winning streak with a stirring 20-12 upset of the reigning champions.

  1. The worst miss of all time? PSG forward deftly stops teammate's certain goal

    The ball was already heading into the net, but Paris St Germain striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting opted to pinch some glory off his teammate, contriving instead to botch a certain goal.

  2. Football needs its own ground — and it shouldn't take an injury

    The substandard condition of the SCG surface for Saturday night's A-League game shows yet again footballers are being forced to perform skills on a surface that has barely been suitable for the aerial pursuits of the AFL or NRL, writes Richard Hinds.

  3. SCG's 'patchwork quilt' surface blamed in Victory striker's injury

    Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat is the latest coach to let fly at the quality of the SCG surface after striker Terry Antonis appeared to slip and injure his knee on the uneven surface.

  4. 'Unbelievable' 73yo footballer breaks world record

    Septuagenarian football player Isaak Hayik has broken a Guinness World Record for being the oldest person to play in a professional football match.


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