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TWG Podcast

TWG Podcast

We took a short break over the festive season but we're back with another football focused pod. 10 Jan 2019
HUGGAN: Now for something completely different

HUGGAN: Now for something completely different

It always raises a wee smile when, during the prolonged and typically over-the-top build-ups to a Ryder Cup or a Presidents Cup – take your pick – the matches are hailed as gladiatorial contests between the “best players in the world.” They’re not. Of course they’re not. Neither of them. 4 Jan 2019
The Pics of 2018

The Pics of 2018

From the Grand Final to the World Cup with Big Blues, Matildas, Usain Bolt and training sessions in between, here are the favourite pics that editor Kevin Airs took in 2018. 1 Jan 2019
TWG Podcast - Cheryl Salisbury

TWG Podcast - Cheryl Salisbury

Back to our roots in this football special pod. 20 Dec 2018
RWC19: The Natural Allure of Kyushu

RWC19: The Natural Allure of Kyushu

As revealed in the last two articles on Inside Sport, Kyushu has plenty to enjoy between the rugby matches its hosting during the 2019 Rugby World Cup. 18 Dec 2018
Belgium wins the World Cup at Metro

Belgium wins the World Cup at Metro

Two things became abundantly clear on Sunday afternoon at the Melbourne World Cup of Golf. 25 Nov 2018
Will there ever be another Timmy? Of course, says Cahill

Will there ever be another Timmy? Of course, says Cahill

With Australia’s all time leading goal scorer playing his 108th and final game for the Socceroos the question now is will there be another Tim Cahill? 25 Nov 2018
Wild weather wreaks havoc at World Cup

Wild weather wreaks havoc at World Cup

Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith swear Australia's hopes of World Cup glory aren't over having braved the worst conditions the pair have faced in a domestic tournament. 23 Nov 2018
Joseph Naffah living World Cup dream

Joseph Naffah living World Cup dream

Ranked outside the world's top 2000, it's a surprise in more ways than one that Venezuela's Joseph Naffah is challenging for the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne. 22 Nov 2018
Aussies chasing Malaysians at Metro

Aussies chasing Malaysians at Metro

Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith have clubhouse leaders Malaysia within reach after a hot front nine on day one of the World Cup of Golf. 22 Nov 2018
Cahill: What I will miss the most...

Cahill: What I will miss the most...

After playing his final game for Australia, record breaking Socceroo goal scorer Tim Cahill says it’s the camaraderie with the fans he will miss the most. 21 Nov 2018
Kiradech and Prom seek Cup glory

Kiradech and Prom seek Cup glory

Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Prom Meesawat will bring their friendship up another notch as they live up to their childhood promise of bringing more glory for Thailand at the ISPS HANDA Melbourne World Cup of Golf which starts on Thursday. 21 Nov 2018
Confident Kuchar primed for World Cup

Confident Kuchar primed for World Cup

Spending the day hitting a tennis ball rather than a golf ball has Team USA talisman Matt Kuchar primed to return to winning form in this week's World Cup of Golf in Melbourne. 21 Nov 2018
Cahill: I chose Australia and the rest is history

Cahill: I chose Australia and the rest is history

Australia’s all-time leading goal scorer Tim Cahill will earn his 108th and final cap against Lebanon tonight. In his own words, the former Everton star looks back on his Socceroos career which included five memorable World Cup goals. 20 Nov 2018
Australia sets sights on sixth World Cup

Australia sets sights on sixth World Cup

Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith are determined to deliver Australia its sixth World Cup when the event kicks off at Metropolitan Golf Club on Thursday. 20 Nov 2018
'Get out and farewell a legend'

'Get out and farewell a legend'

Socceroos head coach Graham Arnold has implored fans to turn out in numbers at ANZ stadium when Tim Cahill plays his farewell game for Australia. 9 Nov 2018
Inside Golf Australia November 2018

Inside Golf Australia November 2018

Geoff Ogilvy puts pen to paper to explain how the Australian Open is losing its lustre in an exclusive feature for the November issue of Golf Australia magazine. 25 Oct 2018
World Cup: ‘Australia is the team to beat’ says Poulter

World Cup: ‘Australia is the team to beat’ says Poulter

Ian Poulter has named Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith as favourites to lift the World Cup of Golf when the tournament returns to Melbourne this November. 23 Oct 2018
Australia's 'above average' World Cup

Australia's 'above average' World Cup

Australia had an above average World Cup at Russia 2018 according to the latest FIFA Technical Report...except in the final third where they struggled to make any impact at all. 22 Oct 2018
Exclusive: Martin Kaymer’s mission Down Under

Exclusive: Martin Kaymer’s mission Down Under

Former World No.1 Martin Kaymer’s game has slipped in recent years, resulting in the Ryder Cup hero merely spectating as Europe dominated in Paris. Here, the two-time major winner discusses his plans to return to the game’s pinnacle, which will see him return to Australia this summer. 17 Oct 2018
Cameron Smith’s happy homecoming

Cameron Smith’s happy homecoming

Cameron Smith is champing at the bit to get home for the Australian summer of golf after enjoying another successful year in the United States. 16 Oct 2018