Politicians should shut up about the integrity of sport. How would they handle the ball-tampering controversy?
After a big ratings dip, AFLW coaches are being asked to overhaul the game. With huge crowds and massive interest in the game, is that really the only factor at play?
Ahead of the spring racing carnival Titus O'Reily, Australia's least insightful sports writer, looks back on some of horseracing's most elaborate and/or idiotic scams.
If Australians want to improve the medal prospects of their athletes in Tokyo and beyond, they've just one solution ...
SBS has quietly announced it is closing its women's sport website, Zela. Sports writer and Zela contributor Erin Riley mourns its passing.
The International Olympic Committee doesn't like people or businesses co-opting its brand. It doesn't like it one bit.
Given the corruption in sport, we must wonder -- why is the reality so far from the ideal? Sport is not beyond the foibles of mere mortals -- it is just like the rest of the things we do. And we should certainly not allow further investigative bodies, beyond national control, to police it.
The very existence of drugs has sucked the life out of sport. The era of the glorious four-minute mile is drawing to a close -- although sport will stagger on because big media needs it.
It’s fitting that on the day Gillard announced a cabinet reshuffle, a devastating loss to New Zealand in the Second Test at Hobart may be the catalyst for the axe to be applied to the Australian cricket team, writes Leigh Josey.