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OLYMPIC SPRINTER TORRIE LEWIS IS RIGHT ON TRACK – VOGUE AUSTRALIA

At 19 years old, Torrie Lewis has already earned the title ‘The Fastest Woman in Australia.’ With Paris on her doorstep, she has her eyes on the finish line. When Torrie Lewis made the decision to transition from running for fun in Little Athletics, to running competitively, the world shut down. Lewis had moved from […]

RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH COLUMN

IT WAS a brave effort on Wednesday night. It is always when you must deal with the nerves and pressure of being 1-0 down in the series and all your second chances are gone. State of Origin brings such pressure that it is hard to describe what the players go through, and how much emotion […]

MATTHEW BURKE – SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Long live the scrum – but with the pause clause sorted out Watching the State of Origin during the week I was bombarded with questions by my non-rugby mates. I felt as if I was being interrogated from all sides about the state of our game. They weren’t having a go per se, they wanted […]

PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

GARY Ablett is entitled to feel a bit disenchanted with the industry that pays him so well. He must be wondering what he has to do to keep the critics satisfied. Gold Coast recruited Ablett in the first place because he was widely considered in the top three players in the competition. My assessment is […]

PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

Premiership coaches Paul Roos and Leigh Matthews dissect modern footy’s hottest tactical trends and the stat that really matters. TEMPO FOOTY THIS has replaced the old-fashioned brawl and is meant to stop an opposition run-on or wind down the clock at the end of a quarter. The objective is to move the ball around by […]

RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH COLUMN

WOULD Queensland be able to sell-out an 84,000 stadium if they had lost six straight series? I doubt it. Even the Maroons most loyal supporter, Chris “Choppy’ Close gave up all hope only a few years ago. “Origin is dead” he reportedly murmured after the Blues annihilated QLD by 56-16 in 2000. So I guess […]

ANDREW JOHNS – NINEMSN COLUMN

Game in better shape thanks to Gallop David Gallop’s resignation from rugby league’s top administration job came as a bit of a shock to everyone. Gallop has had a tough time of it during his 10 years in charge, and while I haven’t always agreed with his every move, I think he leaves the game […]

PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

Despite playing in the past two Grand Finals, Collingwood has largely flown under the radar this year, and that’s due to the coach… AS IMPOSSIBLE as it may seem, Collingwood has managed to fly under the radar this season. It is the highest-profile club in Australia, with the largest membership, the best-known president and is […]

OWNERS AND FANS FLOCK TO STABLESMART.COM

In the first few days following the launch of the racing industry’s own social media platform, StableSmart.com is proving an extremely popular platform for fans and owners. “It has been just one week since launch yet we have already seen over 1,500 new users join StableSmart.com and these numbers are actually growing by the hour”, […]

RICKY STUART – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH COLUMN

ANYBODY that saw Bill Harrigan’s explanation for allowing the Greg Inglis try in yesterday’s Daily Telegraph will know what I am talking about when I say I can’t talk to the man _ I never get a straight answer from him. His explanations come in riddles. He’s never wrong. You never walk out with any […]

PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

THE moment the communication shut down at the MCG, in a game versus Richmond, there was panic. The next move was made out of necessity and I took the long run down to the bench to continue coaching the team. It was a very close game and as I reached the bench late in the […]

PAUL ROOS – HERALD SUN COLUMN

SPYING GAME…   It is an incredibly open race for the top eight, the double chance and the premiership. The ability to scout and plan to counter the opposition may make the difference for the top teams SPEAKING recently to a current AFL coach, he remarked how the game was changing so quickly, often on […]

NORTHAMPTON SAINTS SIGN AUSTRALIAN CAMERON SHEPHERD

Northampton Saints have signed Western Force and Australia full-back Cameron Shepherd for the 2012-13 season. The 28-year-old, who can also play on the wing, is the Super Rugby side’s all-time leading points scorer and has nine international caps. Saints director of rugby Jim Mallinder told BBC Northampton: “We’ve been watching him for a few years […]

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OLYMPIC SPRINTER TORRIE LEWIS IS RIGHT ON TRACK – VOGUE AUSTRALIA

At 19 years old, Torrie Lewis has already earned the title ‘The Fastest Woman in Australia.’ With Paris on her doorstep, she has her eyes on the finish line. When Torrie Lewis made the decision to transition from running for fun in Little Athletics, to running competitively, the world shut down. Lewis had moved from […]

‘SHE’LL BE A 10 YEAR MATILDA’: WHY RISING STAR, CHARLIE RULE IS THE NEXT BIG THING IN FOOTBALL

At 21, Charlie Rule is not only the youngest Matilda – she is a rising superstar in her own right, playing for England’s Brighton & Hove Albion and becoming a TikTok sensation. She may be the youngest Matilda, but Charlie Rule is wise enough to do things differently. The 21-year-old is a multi-position star, having […]

MARK BOURIS ON HUMBLE BEGINNINGS, TRUE SUCCESS AND THE VALUE OF CRITICISM – ESQUIRE AUSTRALIA

NOT TOO MANY people make it in business. Even fewer as a media personality. They rank among the most competitive industries you can choose to make your mark. Mark Bouris has succeeded in both. As one of Australia’s most prominent businessmen, Bouris is a trusted source of knowledge in the complex fields of finance and mortgage […]

THE FORDHAM COMPANY SIGNS SURFING PRODIGY, HUGHIE VAUGHAN

The Fordham Company is thrilled to announce the signing of Australia’s most highly touted future surfing champion, Hughie Vaughan. At just 17 years of age, Hughie has sent the surfing community into a frenzy, drawing comparisons to some of the best in the world, and recently being crowned Stab Magazine’s Junior of the year. Based […]

DONE DEAL! RICKY STUART INKS MONSTER EXTENSION TO LEAD RAIDERS REBUILD – FOX SPORTS

The Raiders have locked up the services of head coach Ricky Stuart with a long-term extension through until the end of the 2029 season.  The Raiders have introduced a youth policy to build the club around a young core of exciting future stars and want Stuart to turn them into a premiership winning side over […]

TORRIE LEWIS: BLAZING TRACKS, TAKING NAMES – OLYMPICS

The national record holder in women’s 100m, Lewis is considered the fastest Australian woman on the tracks. Know her achievements. Australian sprinter Torrie Lewis has gone supersonic over the past couple of years. Barely out of her teens, Lewis is already the fastest Australian woman on the planet in the 100m and seems to have the 200m national record firmly in […]

WORLD CHAMPION TYLER WRIGHT HEADLINES AUSSIE SURFING QUARTET SELECTED FOR OLYMPICS – 7NEWS

Two-time world champion Tyler Wright will head Australia’s challenge for surfing gold at this year’s Olympics after she was named as part of a four-strong Irukandjis team. The 30-year-old will hope to emulate her brother Owen who won Australia’s first Olympic surfing medal in Tokyo three years ago. Wright will be joined in Tahiti, which will host the event […]

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