From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
American journeyman Billy Horschel has outplayed the best golfers in the world in the last month.
Mick Doohan has backed his teenage compatriot Jack Miller’s anticipated jump to MotoGP next year, but says having the right bike will be crucial.
Australian V8 Supercars legend and NASCAR driver Marcos Ambrose is returning to Australia to drive with DJR Team Penske, the driver has confirmed today.
Italian great Valentino Rossi led a Yamaha one-two to claim his maiden win of the season at the San Marino Moto GP and launch his bid for a 10th world title.
Jamie Whincup has opened up a championship-winning lead in the V8 Supercars championship with an emphatic Sandown 500 victory.
Greg Norman is recovering from a chainsaw accident that nearly cost him his left hand, but not his sense of humour.
Alberto Contador has won his third Vuelta a Espana as Italian Adriano Malori took victory on the final stage 9.7km timetrial in Santiago de Compostela.
Lleyton Hewitt recorded his 41st Davis Cup singles win and Nick Kyrgios his second as Australia took a two-nil lead over Uzbekistan in the World Group play-off in Perth on Friday.
Minjee Lee is holding off the butterflies ahead of the Evian Championship in France but the Australian reckons they might flutter when she tees off in her debut as a pro golfer.
It’s not life or death, but tennis legend Pat Rafter knows the sport in Australia will be dealt a blow if they are kicked out of the Davis Cup World Group.
Formula One without Ferrari is unthinkable. But with the team in a real form slump and economic realities hitting home, could we see the great manufacturer lost to grand prix racing?
Marin Cilic admits his stunning US Open triumph is nothing less than a sporting miracle.
Remy Gardner, the teenage son of Australian motorcycling legend Wayne, will make his grand prix racing debut this weekend after earning a late call-up to ride in Moto3.
Basketball great Andrew Gaze has labelled the investigation into Australia’s controversial World Cup loss to Angola a waste of time, but believes if the Boomers are guilty of tanking, “people should be fired”.
Croatian Marin Cilic had too much ammunition for Japan’s Kei Nishkori, and that was the difference in the US Open final at Flushing Meadows this morning.
Japan’s Kei Nishikori, the first Asian man to make a grand slam final, faces fellow first-timer Marin Cilic for the US Open title on Monday (7am Tuesday AEST) hoping to open a new frontier in tennis.
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What a bizarre Monday morning of football that was. Just one quarterback threw for more than 300 yards, with the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers having no choice but to throw the ball after his team found themselves down 21-3 midway through the second half.
Had it not been for some timely video footage, Ray Rice would now be free to play for the Baltimore Ravens. Fans would be lining up to buy his shirt and get his autograph.
The professional field for Ironman 70.3 on the Sunshine Coast was stacked with local and international talent and the large crowd who packed onto the Mooloolaba Esplanade on Sunday were treated to a tight, exciting race.
Another weekend of college football is in the books, so let’s go through who was great on the gridiron with my Week Three Heroes.
Another weekend of college football is in the books, so let’s go through who let themselves down on the gridiron with my Week Three Villains.
After the field was set yesterday for the Sandown 500, today is race day, as the first endurance race of the 2014 season gets underway. Join The Roar for Race 29 of the V8 Supercar championship from 1:20pm (AEST).
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Floyd Mayweather Jnr will have a rematch for only the second time in his career this weekend against Argentina’s favourite son, Marcos Maidana. It’s time for Mayweather vs Maidana 2!
Another week of college football is upon is – and there’s storylines a-plenty ahead of a full slate of games. Here are six things to keep an eye on as you watch football this weekend.
The equation is simple for Australia, win today in the doubles and the Davis Cup team is back in the World Group in 2015. Join The Roar for a live blog of the doubles match between Australia and Uzbekistan from 2:00pm (AEST).
The season of endurance is upon us as the Sandown 500 starts the Endurance Cup this weekend. Join The Roar for a live blog of qualifying for the Sandown 500 from 12:15pm (AEST).
Last year’s initiative to revamp the autumn through the Championships was a bold move that showed plenty of promise.
Ever since Young Tom Morris drove a gutta percha ball along bumpy fairways and through gorse and heather – so tough that sheep sharpened their teeth on it – to win his first British Open in 1868, people have debated who is the greatest champion of them all.
The 51st International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) All Event World Championship are under way in Grenada, Spain, and representing Australia in the finals of the 50-metre prone rifle event was Warren Potent.
Australia will look to remain in the Davis Cup World Group with a win in their playoff tie against Uzbekistan in Perth. Join The Roar for a live blog of the crucial tie from 12:00pm AEST.
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Despite the Big Ten collectively trying to convince us otherwise, the gulf between the very best teams from the power divisions and lesser teams from inside their own conferences has never been bigger.
I recently asked a university acquaintance about Formula One. A quest for mutual sport interests is common practice among strangers, especially those with testosterone-filled veins.