Alistair Nitz Roar Rookie

Alistair Nitz

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About

Live the dream with a sporting tour across Europe watching cycling and football

Member Since:
 
August 2012
Based In:
 
Canberra
Favourite Sporting Team:
Chelsea
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cycling, Football,

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It will take time to close the gender pay gap in cycling

It will take time to close the gender pay gap in cycling

12 Aug 2017

Just days after the completion of the 2017 edition of the Tour de France, The Daily Mail, an English newspaper, exposed the huge pay gaps between professional male and female cyclists.

Beware the public backlash if player boycott leads to Ashes cancellation

Beware the public backlash if player boycott leads to Ashes cancellation

4 Aug 2017

It is amazing the amount of column inches and airtime that has been spent on the dispute between the Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA). Tours cancelled with others in doubt, including the Ashes.

Should Orica-Scott have done more to keep Michael Matthews?

Should Orica-Scott have done more to keep Michael Matthews?

23 Jul 2017

Michael Matthews will have to fall off his bike not to ride into Paris on Sunday wearing the green jersey.

It is a competition, not a gentlemanly ride around France

It is a competition, not a gentlemanly ride around France

12 Jul 2017

It has taken exactly one Grand Tour for cycling’s so-called ‘unwritten rules’ to be thrust back into the headlines.

Giro d’Italia: Five takeaways from the grand tour

Giro d'Italia: Five takeaways from the grand tour

2 Jun 2017

It has been an amazing three weeks watching the Giro d’Italia. The organisers could not have scripted a better outcome for its 100th anniversary if they had tried.

Giving Fox $30m will not help women’s sport

Giving Fox $30m will not help women's sport

31 May 2017

Media reports have indicated that executives of large media organisations are walking the halls of Parliament House this week to convince politicians to vote for the Government’s media reforms that were announced as part of the 2017-18 Budget.