Nine urged to drop cricket coverage
Channel Nine is being urged to end its cricket coverage $30-40 million yearly losses.
Aussie spinner fined $20,000 for drunken antics
Australian spinner Steve O’Keefe has been fined $20,000 for making inappropriate comments while drunk at a cricket function.
Inside: Golf Australia May 2017
Sergio Garcia is now a major champion after 18 years of trying. We look at how he got his groove back at Augusta. We also consult a host of Australian teaching pros about what Tiger Woods needs to do to start winning again.
GA Express #238: The odd couples fitting into New Orleans
The PGA Tour ventures outside its comfort zone this week with the Zurich Classic – a new two-man team format where players have selected their team-mates for the event, resulting in some odd duos to say the least.
Young suffers sickening injury
Brisbane Roar will be sweating on goalkeeper Jamie Young's fitness after he suffered a nasty injury to his right forearm when he collided with the post in Wednesday's 3-0 loss to Muang Thong United.
Herrera Brings Balance as Enforcer
What has happened to Ander Herrera this season? He’s jolted the tracks which were running to Sub-Standard Number 10 Town, and re-stoked his engine full of tenacity heading for Roy Keane City. One suspects the whisperings in his ear from the now wizened old conjurer of tricks Jose Mourinho has something to do with it.
Sex romp halts ATP match
People have been overheard having sex during an ATP Challenger Tour match in Florida.
Jordy Smith Should Win Brazil
This piece is not about a world title. It’s about the possibility of Jordy killing it at Rio.
Reynolds to join Tigers
Bulldogs playmaker Josh Reynolds has told teammates today he will be joining the Tigers on a four-year $3.2 million deal.
Widdop out indefinitely
The high-flying Dragon have copped a major blow with star Gareth Widdop ruled out for at least six weeks with a knee injury.
McGuire backs Bucks despite dismal start
Collingwood supremo Eddie Maguire says there is “no better person” to be sitting in the coaching hot seat than Nathan Buckley despite the club winning just one from five of their opening matches.
Alonso takes in Indycar race ahead of Indy 500 debut
Fernando Alonso was an interested spectator at Sunday’s Barber Motorsports Park Indycar event as he prepares to try to qualify for next month’s Indianapolis 500.
Pic Gallery: Alabama Indycars
But for a tyre failure, Australian Will Power seemed on course for victory in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsport Park. Instead, it was his Penske team-mate Josef Newgarden who inherited the win, the American driver's first of the 2017 Indycar season.
Fiji introduce $7 note in honour of sevens gold medal
The Fiji government is issuing two million $7 banknotes to commemorate their gold medal victory in rugby sevens at last year’s Olympics.
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.
NFL killer's brain withheld by authorities
Medical examiners released convicted killer and former NFL star Aaron Hernandez’s body to a funeral home on Thursday, but not his brain.
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.