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 Sports:
- AFL, Cricket, Cycling,
As the sun sets on yet another Tour de France, only one question remains unanswered. Who will win the final stage on the Champs-Elysees?
How thrilling was it watching Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana, Alejandro Velverde and Vinenzo Nibali hurtle down that treacherous Col d’Allos descent towards the end of Stage 17 of this year’s Tour de France?
It is no secret that Richie Porte is leaving Team Sky to chase his dreams of being a team leader elsewhere.
Someone, somewhere once said that Peter Sagan wasn’t a pure sprinter.
If the Tour de France wanted a motto that accurately depicted the changing fortunes of the race’s participants, it need look no further than ‘Triumph or Tragedy’.
There is a saying in sport that a week is a long time in football. If that is true, then a year in the world of pro-cycling must be an eternity.