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How John Clarke organised the Sydney Olympics

How John Clarke organised the Sydney Olympics

Halfway through last year the ABC, at long last, released a box set of "The Games, Series One and Two". In the PR maelstrom, Inside Sport was offered an interview with one of the series’ writers and on-screen stars, John Clarke. 10 Apr 2017
Aussie grassroots baseballers swinging at Clubbies Awards

Aussie grassroots baseballers swinging at Clubbies Awards

These dedicated nominees have reached third and are heading for home – they just need the baseball community’s votes to help them get there. 7 Apr 2017
Equestrian’s army of Clubbies Awards finalists

Equestrian’s army of Clubbies Awards finalists

With just days remaining until voting for The 2017 Clubbies closes, it’s time for the equestrian community to band together to help your grassroots heroes out. 7 Apr 2017
Triathlon's strong showing among Clubbies finalists

Triathlon's strong showing among Clubbies finalists

With the gruelling swim and bike legs out of the way, we’re up to the all-important run home in Inside Sport’s annual grassroots sports awards. 6 Apr 2017
Talking to myself will get me to the Games...

Talking to myself will get me to the Games...

Olympic gold medallist Sally Pearson admits talking to herself has put her hurdling career back on track since becoming her own coach. 29 Mar 2017
Australia’s heiress of the aerial

Australia’s heiress of the aerial

Danielle Scott, the world no.2-ranked aerial skier, stands to inherit the nation’s sneaky-great tradition in the Winter Olympic sport. 24 Mar 2017
Victorian soccer player cops six-month ban

Victorian soccer player cops six-month ban

A Victorian state league footballer has been suspended for six months for inserting his finger up a fellow player’s rectum. 23 Mar 2017
Bullfighter gored 29cm in backside

Bullfighter gored 29cm in backside

A matador has paid a heavy price after being gored by a bull in his backside. 22 Mar 2017
Basketball: March of time

Basketball: March of time

More than a dozen Australians across ten teams will line up in college basketball’s NCAA Tournament. And they all hope to emulate a pioneering run a quarter-century ago. 17 Mar 2017
2022 Games city stripped of hosting rights

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. 14 Mar 2017
Softball: back in the game

Softball: back in the game

Returning to the Olympic fold will only boost a sport that already has an active participation base. 8 Mar 2017
Sporting masters head to Tasmania

Sporting masters head to Tasmania

The 16th Australian Masters Games takes place later this year, as the biennial event again brings out life-long sportspeople in more than 50 events. 8 Mar 2017
Give it a tri

Give it a tri

Triathlon presents a unique sporting challenge, but there’s plenty of support to get new racers to the starting line. 8 Mar 2017
Fans vandalise own bus by mistake

Fans vandalise own bus by mistake

Premier League side Crystal Palace had their bus vandalised by their own fans, by mistake. 28 Feb 2017
Ed Sheeran breaks one of football's oldest rules

Ed Sheeran breaks one of football's oldest rules

International superstar musician Ed Sheeran has been caught sitting in an opposition’s supporters section. 27 Feb 2017
Mayweather: 'Let's make it happen'

Mayweather: 'Let's make it happen'

Floyd Mayweather is willing Conor McGregor to step in the ring with him as the proposed mega fight continues to gain momentum. 27 Feb 2017
Clubbies voting now open

Clubbies voting now open

For The Clubbies 2017, we want you to tell us who or what are the finest examples of Australian club sport of the past year. 24 Feb 2017
Hackett: "It's going to be a long road ahead"

Hackett: "It's going to be a long road ahead"

Grant Hackett has spoken of his tumultuous week after being arrested at his parents’ home following a mental breakdown. 22 Feb 2017
Trump mourns golfers killed in Aussie plane crash

Trump mourns golfers killed in Aussie plane crash

US President Donald Trump has passed on his condolences to the four American golfers killed in Tuesday’s Essendon plane crash. 22 Feb 2017
Cult hero resigns over Pie-gate

Cult hero resigns over Pie-gate

Sutton’s roly-poly goalkeeper Wayne Shaw resigned from the club on Tuesday after the FA and the UK Gambling Commission launched investigations after he revealed he knew a bookmaker offered odds of 8-1 on him to eat a pie. 22 Feb 2017
Sun Safety for Golfers – Improve your long game

Sun Safety for Golfers – Improve your long game

Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world making it imperative to take the proper precautions while in the sun. 20 Feb 2017