Glenn spent over two decades as a sports broadcaster on both radio and television with the ABC, commentating at four Olympic, four Commonwealth and two Paralympic Games. He called over 200 international cricket matches (covering 13 overseas tours) and commentated over 900 games of AFL & WAFL football, along with myriad other sports. Since mid-2011, Glenn has been freelancing in both the electronic and written media. He tweets from @mitchellglenn and can also be found on his website - glennmitchell.com.au
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In 2005, the Sydney Swans ended the longest premiership drought in the history of the VFL/AFL. Their four-point win over West Coast brought to a close a 72-year run without a flag.
The Western Bulldogs are one win from a grand final berth, their first since 1961.
It is often said that sport is a microcosm of life – and life, as we know, is not always fair. Never has that tenet been given greater voice than in the case of Anthony Morabito this week.
Modern day cricket is more of a batsman’s game than ever before. Shortened boundaries, massive bats and regularly benign pitches have seen batting averages greatly boosted.
The ICC has a credibility problem.
Usain Bolt is on track for an unprecedented triple – gold medals in the 100 and 200-metre finals at three consecutive Olympics.