Lane Sainty discovers a sport for the masses
Whether hounding Stephanie Rice or shaming James Magnussen, the judgemental tendencies of the Australian media do our athletes no favours, writes Samantha Wright
Can Team Sky do it again next year? Matt Withers watched as the peloton descended on Paris
Honi’s resident cycling-tsar Arghya Gupta burned the midnight oil keeping tabs on the world’s most famous bike race: the Tour de France.
University sports stars are hitting new highs, writes Kira Spucys Tahar.
Upon hearing the phrase ‘chessboxing’, a small number of people may be reminded of ‘Da Mystery of Chessboxin’, a 1992 song by the Wu Tang Clan. A much larger number of people would simply be confused. However, there are a select few who would immediately associate ‘chessboxing’ with an exciting, fast-moving sport; a dark underworld…
Easily lie the heads that will wear this crown, reports Richard Withers
This has been a journey worth reliving, writes Richard Withers.
Melbourne is famous for its trackstands, gear ratios and no brakes, writes James O’Doherty.
Michael Coutts encourages you to stay on the couch