Commonwealth Games A Destination In Own Right Australia Common Wealth Games team boss Steve Moneghetti has made an urgent appeal to Australian athletes to abandon the idea that the Commonwealth Games is nothing more than a steppping stone to the Olympics, but instead, to seize the Gold Coast days for ….
When The Games Are Over That South Korean president Moo Jae-in elected to refer to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang as the “Peace Games” seemed an amicable shift in the right direction as far as hostility between North Korea and South Korea was concerned. However, experts largely agree that once ….
Jessica Peris Rejects Doping Allegations It would seem that the times are a’doping again. The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) recently confirmed that the correct procedures were in fact followed in the aftermath of Australian sprinter Jessica Peris testing positive to three banned substances during October of last year. A ….
Australia Nowhere Nearer To Gold Australia is very likely to end up with exactly the same medal tally as in the 2014 Winter Olympics – with one pair of silvers and a bronze. However, considering the success of the young team members, there is much hope for gold in the ….
Gearing Up for the British Athletics Indoor Championships Eight track and five field events are the making of the annual British Athletics Indoor Championships. The competition serves as the qualifying event for the World Indoor Championships as well as a preparation tool for the Commonwealth Games taking place in April ….
Winter Olympics Still Too White For Liking It’s a widely discussed truth: Winter Olympians tend to be as stark white as their surroundings. Of the 66 starters in the women’s giant slalom, for instance, only one athlete was black. Kenya’s Sabrina Simader recalls how at the beginning of her career, ….
The Winds Of Change Are Blowing at Olympics If anyone, or any one thing, is stealing the show at this year’s Winter Olympics, currently underway in PyeongChang, South Korea, then it’s the wind. Yes, the wind. As skiers plummet down dizzying heights, having to performing mid-air voodoo not to be ….
It’s Cold In Pyeongchang For the first time in 24 years, the Winter Olympics is headed for a location where it’s actually winter. Hard as it is to believe, those who have already gathered in Pyeongchang in the single-digit temperatures with mere days to go until the Winter Olympics officially ….
Harley-Davidson At 2018 Winter X Games The Winter X Games kicks off in Aspen on January 25th and this year Harley-Davidson Inc. will be hitting the slopes for the very first time ever in the history of the competition. Harley-Davidson Inc. recently announced that it has partnered with the Winter ….
Making History At The Winter X Games When mentioning Australia and boardercross athlete in one sentence, one name comes to mind before any other: Jarryd Hughes. The young Aussie is the youngest and the first Australian ever to win gold at the Winter X Games. The Story So Far Jarryd’s ….