Horschel embraces Masters slip and slide
Walking around with stained white trousers and wet feet on Augusta's pristine course made Billy Horschel stand out for all the wrong reasons but at least he saw the funny side after he ended up on his backside at the 13th hole.
Matsuyama blitz seizes Masters lead
Hideki Matsuyama sits primed to become a national hero after an incredible post rain delay blitz set up a commanding third round lead at the Masters.
Matildas hammered on international return
Australia's Matildas suffered a "reality check" on their return to international football, being outclassed 5-2 by Olympic champions Germany in Wiesbaden.
City showing more steel in A-League
A more resilient Melbourne City are still on a learning curve as they strive to bury the perception that they lack mental toughness.
Is Twitter the new Aussie pub?
You certainly can't get scooners or COVID-19 from the communal bar nuts, but the social media platform's new research suggests many Aussies no longer care.
Italo Ferreira, Carissa Moore, Triumph on Finals Day in Newcastle
Tour heavyweights show the rampaging rookies how things are done.
Carissa Moore Makes History with Air-Reverse, Takes No.1 Position
Day four delights at the Newcastle Cup.
First rides on the 2022 Trek Session 8
The Trek Session has a long pedigree in Downhill racing and the new 2022 rig looks to the past to go forward.
The forgotten art of map reading
Cartography and map reading are a big part of adventures outdoors - but is using a map a forgotten skill?
I'm talking about you, Doc! - The biggest AFLW talking points
Only a week to go before the cream of the crop extend their seasons and the rest are left to lick their wounds and wonder 'What if?' Here are the main stories causing conversation in the AFLW.
Sydney, Victory ready for W-League Grand Final
Sydney's all-Australian W-League team are on the verge of completing the premiership-championship double but Melbourne Victory stand in their way.
'So far, it's really good' - Matildas enjoying life under new coach
Matildas stars Hayley Raso and Caitlin Foord agree their first experience working under new coach Tony Gustavsson has been an encouraging one.
'We are chomping at the bit' - Carey craves more history
Australian women’s cricketer Nicola Carey is perfect at balancing an appreciation of the past, while keeping her steady eye on the next challenge.
25 years on - The day the tiny island of Sri Lanka was on top of the world
When a trademark Arjuna Ranatunga late cut raced to the boundary to clinch the 1996 World Cup, it was a moment that transcended the tiny little island nation of Sri Lanka from cricketing minnows to world champions.
Caroline Wozniacki: 'Arthritis won't stop me'
At 30 years old, tennis power house Caroline Wozniacki is in a place she never would have imagined.
What would Barty's US Open rebuff mean for the Aussie star?
Barty told the AAP on Thursday that she will leave her decision till the last minute to play in the US Open because of her concerns with the coronavirus continuing to worsen in the US.
How to train on perceived exertion (RPE)
Can you get fitter and stronger without a bunch of devices telling you what to do? Here are tips from Anna Beck.
Taekwondo camp kicking off in Melbourne
Australian Taekwondo will kick off a national training camp in Melbourne today. It will run through to Saturday 6th March.