The Secret Mariner
Some years ago English football fans were delighted by a series of articles (and then books) penned by The Secret Footballer – a chap who claimed to have been a player and was lifting the lid on the murky, narcissistic and uber-indulgent world of professional football.
16 Aug 2019
NRLW eeking in WBBL footsteps
Following the gushing reception towards the WBBL's standalone fixture announcement, the NRLW has followed suit...a little at least.
The serious side of James Maloney
Behind the Penrith Panther playmaker’s larrikin reputation is a lethally competitive streak fuelling a desperate drive to win at all costs.
Patience of a Saint: McCarthy's journey from heart-stopping surgery to St Kilda glory
If you scratch beneath the surface, so many of the AFLW contenders this season have amazing backstories. But you'd be hard-pressed to find one more inspiring than Kate McCarthy's.
The most beautiful in the world...
Optus Stadium has been named the most beautiful sports facility in the world in the Prix Versailles 2019 international architecture awards.
US Amateur: Augenstein storms into quarterfinals
John Augenstein, 21, of Owensboro, Ky., posted victories over Akshay Bhatia and Ricky Castillo, the No.5 and No.9 players in the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), respectively, on Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals of the 119th US Amateur Championship at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club.
Barrinha: Another one of surfing’s happy accidents.
Kelly and the WCT gang scoring Brazil’s latest ‘IT’ wave.
Excerpt: Tracks #573 – The Hell Zone by Matt George
Mikala Jones, Cale Grigson and Billy Kemper score what is arguably Indo's heaviest wave.
Scorched earth: Formidable Scorchers lock-in WBBL squad
The Perth scorchers have locked in a WBBL squad for the ninth instalment of the competition that's brimming with W.A talent.
'Elite transgender cricketers': Cricket's aim to be 'a sport for all'
Cricket Australia has released a policy series focusing on supporting transgender and gender diverse people to play cricket at the highest level.
Duggan is her own boss
There aren't many Australian race car drivers that can say they are their own team owner or manager but Emily Duggan is one of them.
Pic special: Verstappen wins Austrian Grand Prix
Red Bull's Max Verstappen made the best of the searing southern European southern heat to win the Austrian Grand Prix, delivering engine supplier Honda with its first F1 win since 2006. Verstappen's victory was not without controversy, the Dutchman waiting some hours after the race for confirmation while stewards investigated his overtaking move on Charles Leclerc that saw the latter's Ferrari bundled off the circuit.
Twist in Barty's journey to retain world number one
Things are hotting up at the pinnacle of women's tennis, with Aussie world number two Ash Barty on the brink of regaining the world number one title.
It's Barty v Sharapova in huge Cincinatti showdown
It's the old guard of women's tennis (32 but...y'know) against the female game's most electrifying new up and comer. It could be a Grand Slam final...but instead it's the first round of the Cincinnati Masters.
Fighting Wallaroos no match for Black Ferns
After suffering a shellacking at home in the first fixture, the Wallaroos were still no match for the Black Ferns at Eden Park.
New blood in as Nestor lightly wields the axe
Wallaroos gaffer Daniel Nestor has named his squad for the upcoming clash in Eden Park and he's trying to remain as upbeat as possible about his side's chances...
Kevin Muscat unsure on next career move
For the first time, this season's A-League won't feature a marauding Kevin Muscat on the pitch or touch-line.
100 Greatest Women's Sport Photos Of All Time
The Women's Game is your home of women's sport - we live, breathe and love it every day. Australia's number one platform for capturing the greatest moments from every game, from every athlete, now brings you the 100 Greatest Women's Sporting Photos Of All Time.
Pic Special: Swifts v Vixens
The NSW Swifts remain on top of the Suncorp Super Netball ladder after round 12, with their win over the Melbourne Vixens, the Swifts claimed back the Sergeant-McKinnis Cup.