From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Embattled National Football League boss Roger Goodell vowed on Friday to put the sport’s “house in order” amid a firestorm over the NFL’s handling of off-field violence involving players.
If Daniel Ricciardo is going to win this year’s Formula One world championship, something good needs to come of the next two races.
US police have arrested Jonathan Dwyer of the Arizona Cardinals on suspicion of assault, just the latest NFL player to hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
V8 Supercars has a new super team following the union of American giant Penske Racing with veteran local team Dick Johnson Racing and return of two-time champion Marcos Ambrose. But can we add Ford into the mix?
The world’s golfing elite will be closely watching Thursday’s Scottish Independence Referendum, with the fate of St Andrews at stake.
He’s already won two V8 Supercars championships, now Marcos Ambrose has his sights set on victory at Bathurst.
Former world cricket boss Malcolm Speed will head Cycling Australia’s overhauled board as the governing body continues to recover from its financial disaster.
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.
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Can Mercedes break Red Bulls run at the Singapore Grand Prix and wrap up the constructors championship tonight in Round 14 of the Formula One season? Join The Roar for a live blog of the Formula One Grand Prix from Singapore from 10:00pm (AEST).
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship heads to Japan as Mark Hunt takes on Roy Nelson in a heavyweight showdown. Join The Roar for live round-by-round updates of all the action from 5:00pm (AEST).
Pre September 11, pre Kim Kardashian being a celebrity, pre sharing pictures on an iCloud, 1999 was a great year. The world’s biggest threat wasn’t terrorism but whether our electronic devices would survive the Y2K Bug.
Cast your minds back through the crises to hit Australian sport over the year. The underarm delivery, Wayne Carey, and the ASADA investigations into Essendon and Cronulla are three that come to mind.
After two weeks it seems harder than ever to get a read on most teams, with plenty of the impressive week one performers failing to show up for their second outing.
Last season was down year for some of the sport’s bigger franchises, so here are five teams who I think are destined for great things in the coming season.
NHL training camps open for business this week, meaning there’s not long until the anticipated 2014-15 season gets underway, with the Los Angeles Kings defending their Stanley Cup championship.
A bronze sculpture of a golfer stands in a club near London. Few fans looking at it will recognise his face, let alone his hands.
One of the great cult heroes of the fight game is a proud Sydneysider.
The National Football League has had so many issues in the past few weeks. What should have been a positive start to the season has been undermined by significant bad press.
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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