2022 Games city stripped of hosting rights
Durban has been stripped of the hosting rights to the 2022 Commonwealth Games after the South African government failed to provide financial guarantees.
Softball: back in the game
Returning to the Olympic fold will only boost a sport that already has an active participation base.
Australia's most heated rivalries
Everyone loves a good rivalry. The fan fare, the passion, the love and the hatred is what makes sport for what it is. Luckily enough for sporting fans in Australia, living in a multi code dominated sporting sphere allows us to experience many derbies across the sporting calendar. Here are 10 of our favourite derbies in Aussie sport.
Indigenous All Stars need meaningful rivals
Each year rugby league’s All Stars match is challenged over its place in the now-hectic NRL pre-season. This has more to do with the “other” team than with the spectacularly popular Indigenous squad.
Gallery: Iconic sporting streaks
Demetrious Johnson is the number one pound-for-pound fighter on the planet, current UFC Flyweight Champion and just equaled MMA immortal Anderson SIlva's record of 10 successful consecutive title defences, an iconic streak that has many pundits labeling Johnson as the G.O.A.T. A streak that is severely underappreciated, has seen us here at Inside Sport look at some of the most iconic streaks in world sport.
Falls Creek's Flowtown trail
The Flowtown Trail is the headline act at Falls Creek this summer, and will no doubt be drawing riders in to the Ignition Festival this weekend. We were allowed in to put tyres to trail, and see why the Flowtown trail, and the whole loop with the Packhorse trail, is one of the best trail additions in Australia's alpine riding areas for years. Our full feature will be in our Alpine Issue out on December 15th. All images by Tim Bardsley-Smith
Coach vanishes on live TV
Michigan State Spartans coach Mark Dantonio appeared to vanish live on air during the Spartans 30-6 loss to Wisconsin at the weekend.
Boxer unloads on Russian 'cheat'
NSFW! Furious Irish boxer Michael Conlan unleashed his anger on live TV about Russia's doping program after he was beaten in the Olympic bantamweight quarter final by Vladimir Nikitin.