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Sean Lee

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Sean loves to combine his love of sport and writing.

He played country football for 20 years in Victoria and Western Australia, along the way breaking, straining or tearing every bone, muscle or tendon in his body.

He recently won the Stringybark Australian Short Story History award for his depiction of the Aboriginal game of Marngrook and his work has appeared in various newspapers and anthologies.

He has covered recent editions of the Jayco-Herald Sun Tour and the Australian road cycling titles.

Despite a couple of second places in D grade club races he is still not quite as fast as Cadel!

Member Since:
May 2012
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Favourite Sporting Team:
GreenEdge, Essendon FC
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling,

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Vickery hard and tough? Try stupid

Vickery hard and tough? Try stupid

8 hours ago

No matter what Richmond’s Ty Vickery achieves throughout the remainder of his career, he will always be remembered for the sickening hit he inflicted on retiring West Coast favourite Dean Cox last Friday night. The punch to the side of the face that sent Cox crashing awkwardly to the ground was little different from Barry […]

Don’t be a dope – Nibali’s dominance down to a lack of competition

Don't be a dope - Nibali's dominance down to a lack of competition

5 days ago

Perhaps the most cruel by-product of cycling’s ongoing battle with doping is the growing number of social media sceptics. These mainly anonymous ‘experts’ sit in their lounge rooms and pass judgement in 140 characters or less. They comment on everything from a rider’s appearance to the reasons why they might have won a race, and […]

[VIDEO] 2014 Tour de France: Stage 17 highlight, live blog and preview

[VIDEO] 2014 Tour de France: Stage 17 highlight, live blog and preview

23 Jul 2014

If we don’t know the winner of this year’s Tour de France already, we will after tonight’s short but sharp 125 kilometre stage from Saint Gaudens to Saint Lary Pla d’Adet. Join The Roar from 9:30pm (AEST) for all the action. It may be the shortest stage of the Tour but it will certainly pack […]

Top 10 for Porte unless he can emulate the ‘Angel of the Mountains’

Top 10 for Porte unless he can emulate the 'Angel of the Mountains'

20 Jul 2014

Unfortunately for Australian cycling fans, the prophetic words uttered by Cadel Evans on the eve of Stage 13 became reality when Team Sky’s Tasmanian import, Richie Porte, tumbled from leadership contention to the depths of the also-rans. Full of praise for the hard working Porte, Evans, who was briefly back on home soil to launch […]

Nibali’s class behind Astana’s success

Nibali's class behind Astana's success

19 Jul 2014

It seems laughable now that earlier in the year Astana general manager Alexandre Vinokourov issued his team, including its marquee rider Vincenzo Nibali, with an official rebuke following poor early season form. The initial report, which appeared in the Gazzetta dello Sport, suggested the rebuke was aimed solely at Nibali, claiming the Sicilian’s results were […]

Buddy’s x-factor comparable to Ablett snr

Buddy's x-factor comparable to Ablett snr

17 Jul 2014

When he retires, Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin should be remembered in the same fashion that Gary Ablett senior – a freakishly skilled player with the ability to turn a game through his own brilliance. He is one of those rare players who has the x-factor. He is unpredictable, audaciously talented, supremely confident in his own ability […]

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