Kate Smart Roar Guru

Kate Smart

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www.theshankingsoigneur.com

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About

Freelance sports writer, mainly cycling and tennis. Sometimes other sports, AFL, Swimming and Olympics.

Master of Journalism/Comms student.

Follow me on twitter @katesmart12 or on my website, www.theshankingsoigneur.com

Member Since:
June 2012
Based In:
Melbourne
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cycling,

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Pan Pacs 2014: Make sure you stay in for tonight’s 100m freestyle

Pan Pacs 2014: Make sure you stay in for tonight’s 100m freestyle

22 Aug 2014

The 100m Freestyle has always been swimming’s blue ribbon event and the Pan Pacs on the Gold Coast will give us all of the excitement we’ve come to expect from this race. Beginning with the women, it’s almost impossible to look past Australia’s Cate Campbell to take out victory. The elder of the Campbell sisters, […]

Tinkoff-Saxo – the best team at the 2014 Tour de France

Tinkoff-Saxo - the best team at the 2014 Tour de France

29 Jul 2014

Vincenzo Nibali has proven a worthy winner of the 2014 Tour de France. He was clearly the best rider over the three weeks. No one was able to stick with him, either on the cobbles or over the mountains. The departure of Chris Froome and Alberto Contador may have robbed us of some exciting attacks […]

Tour de France Stage 20: preview, live blog, and updates

Tour de France Stage 20: preview, live blog, and updates

26 Jul 2014

The Tour de France enters its final piece, with Stage 20 seeing at 54km time trial for the riders. Join us for live updates from 10pm AEST. Sitting up into the wee small hours watching a three week cycling race is exhausting for Australian cycling fans. All too often those of us who call this […]

[VIDEO] Tour de France Stage 15: Highlights, blog and updates

[VIDEO] Tour de France Stage 15: Highlights, blog and updates

20 Jul 2014

The Tour de France leaves the Alps behind and in a long, 222 kilometre transition stage. Join me from 10:00pm AEST for tonight’s live blog. There are no King of the Mountains points today, so Joaquim Rodriguez can ride knowing he is guaranteed at least one more day in the polka dot jersey. The GC […]

Tour de France Stage 14: live blog and updates

Tour de France Stage 14: live blog and updates

19 Jul 2014

Yesterday’s Stage 13 battle was an absolute cracker and we can expect more thrilling riding in today’s Tour de France stage. Join The Roar from 8.30pm AEST for all the action. Australian eyes were drenched with tears of disappointment for Tasmania’s Ritchie Porte, who slipped down to 16th after yesterday’s thrilling stage through the Alps. […]

2014 Tour de France: Stage 9 highlights, commentary, blog

2014 Tour de France: Stage 9 highlights, commentary, blog

13 Jul 2014

As the 2014 Tour de France enters its second day in the Vosges mountain range, join me from 10pm AEST for all of the latest coverage and live race updates. Stage 9 of the Tour de France is a 170 kilometre ride beginning in Gérardmer in the Vosges and finishes at Mulhouse. Riders will traverse […]

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