Greg Blood Roar Rookie

Greg Blood

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About

Australian sport information specialist with an interest in sport history and high performance sport. St Kilda and Canberra Raiders supporter.

Member Since:
 
June 2016
Based In:
 
Canberra
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, League, Racing, Rugby,

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Are Australian track cyclists more important than road cyclists?

Are Australian track cyclists more important than road cyclists?

2 days ago

Australian performances in major road cycling events in 2017 have made me reflect on the future development and importance of road cycle racing in Australia.

Australian sports biographies of 2017

Australian sports biographies of 2017

14 Nov 2017

Another batch of autobiographies and biographies on significant Australian sportspeople have been released in 2017, providing insights into their journeys both on and off the sporting field.

2017 Queen’s Birthday honours list

2017 Queen's Birthday honours list

13 Jun 2017

The Queen’s Birthday Honours recognise the achievements of Australians on and off the sporting field.

Who should succeed John Coates in 2021 as AOC President?

Who should succeed John Coates in 2021 as AOC President?

7 May 2017

In the lead up to the 2017 Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) President election, John Coates indicated that this would be his last term.

Remembering the contributions of AIS Men’s football to the Socceroos

Remembering the contributions of AIS Men's football to the Socceroos

28 Apr 2017

The Football Federation of Australia (FFA) has announced that it will be closing its Centre of Excellence (originally AIS Men’s Football) at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra at the end of the year. It is worth reflecting on the contribution of the AIS men’s program to football in Australia.

Manuka Oval unsatisactory for major AFL games

Manuka Oval unsatisactory for major AFL games

26 Apr 2017

On Friday night, Canberra’s Manuka Oval will host the GWS Giants for a clash against last year’s AFL premiers the Western Bulldogs. As a result, the replay of last year’s exciting preliminary final will be held at one of the AFL’s most inadequate stadiums.