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Physical Chess

Is the art of fencing lost on Australians? Andrew Miller questions why this Olympic sport is under-appreciated.

Stars to shine at Stawell

Despite being one of the most popular Olympic sports, athletics struggles to attract coverage in between Olympic years. Simone McInnes reports on one of most famous professional footraces in the world, the Stawell Gift.

Positive is the way for Shayne

Olympic swimmer Shayne Reese, shares the thrilling highs and heartbreaking lows of elite sport in a candid interview with Nick Schomburgk.

The silver lining: London 2012

Frustration has surrounded Australia’s Olympic efforts, but Paul Bastin insists there are underlying positives to take from the London Games.

Jones is still a winner

Despite a difficult Olympic build-up and a fifth placed finish in her pet event, Paul Bastin believes Leisel Jones has further enhanced her legacy.

A breeding ground for Australian champions

From humble beginnings, the Brunswick Cycling Club has become one of the most successful cycling clubs in Australia. Kyle Sheldon headed down to the velodrome.

The decade that delivered

From the track and field to the footy field and even the Olympic ski slopes, Australians made their presence felt in the noughties. Ben Waterworth looks back at the decade in sport.

Kookaburras out to prove a point

The Kookaburras are back in action and for their opponents on the hockey field, that’s no laughing matter, as Ben Waterworth reports.