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Me in a nutshell..
- Member Since:
- May 2010
- Based In:
- Launceston, Tasmania
- Favourite Sporting Team:
- Essendon, Fulham, Tennessee Titans, Portland Trail Blazers and South Sydney Rabbitohs
- Favourite Sports:
- Netball, Motor, Football, Cycling, Cricket, AFL, Tennis,
The 16 year old Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwn completed the 400m IM in world record time on her way to the gold medal. In doing so, she all but matched men’s 400 IM winner Ryan Lochte’s time of 58 seconds over the last 100m, and actually surpassed his time over the last 50m. This may [...]
Niger rower Hamadou Djibo Issaka only learned how to row three months ago – yesterday the 35 year old finished dead last in his heat of the Men’s Single Sculls with a time of 8:25.56. Issaka was over a minute slower than the El Salvadorian rower who was second last and has already earned several [...]
Stiliyan Petrov will forever find the bitter irony of circumstance in the fact that Fabrice Muamba’s cardiac arrest on March 17th probably saved his life. As the saying goes, it takes one to die for another to be reborn – Muamba was technically dead for 78 minutes. The deep-seated animosity between all clubs in England [...]
Stuart Law (VC): Vice-captaining the side is former Queensland captain, banana bender Stuart Law. Law is famously recognised for leading his Queensland side to their first Sheffield Shield title in 1994/1995 (after a 68 year wait). However, it wasn’t just his performance as captain that won him the accolades of many. Law was a prolific [...]
When you think nostalgia, names like Lillee, Marsh, Border, Ponting, McGrath and Warne get tossed around. But what If I was to say Cox, Siddons or Di Venuto? Why these players you ask? Well, from an international perspective they have one thing in common: Zero Test appearances. That’s right, nought, nix, nada, niente, a goose-egg, [...]
In light of the recent saga surrounding Cricket Australia and Ricky Ponting, you could be forgiven for overlooking the upcoming Allan Border Medal, which takes place next week. Alcatraz is apparently not the biggest drama to grace our screens this year. Who needs Sam Neil when you’ve got John Inverarity and his selection panel? However [...]