Our cover subject for our brand-new edition is once-troubled Collingwood star Jordan De Goey. As James Willoughby writes, De Goey hasn’t just knuckled down to become one of the form players in the AFL … Inspired by some unlikely allies, he’s managed to turn his entire life around, and is even helping others with theirs.


Meanwhile in the 13-player game, Latrell Mitchell is the most destructive player in the NRL. As you’ll learn from this feature’s author Matt Cleary, the superstar Sydney Rooster is in it for the thrill of the fight.


Don’t miss Robert Drane’s comprehensive 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Preview, only in the June 2019 edition of Inside Sport. As Australia sets out to defend its world champions status, there’s a feeling the men in green and gold have fought back – and won – from their current less-than-ideal position before.


While you’re here, why not take a pictorial walk down memory lane to remind one and all why New South Wales and Queensland love each other so much? The Hate of Origin is once again almost upon us.


British polar explorer and adventurer Adrian Hayes nearly lost everything trying to conquer K2. He failed the first time around, but still went back for more. Read all about his journey in an amazing extract from his new book, One Man’s Climb.


There’s all this and a stack more in the fantastic June 2019 edition of Inside Sport magazine. ON SALE NOW!