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Sixteen-year-old Dutchman Max Verstappen isn’t old enough to hold a driver’s license in most countries, yet he will soon be on the Formula One grid with Scuderia Toro Rosso.
The once-troubled Grant Hackett has been officially welcomed back from the swimming wilderness after making a surprise Australian team visit ahead of this week’s Pan Pacific championships on the Gold Coast.
The Australian men’s basketball team has scored its third win in as many days with an impressive 76-74 victory over European champions France.
Marc Marquez’s hopes of setting a record 11 straight MotoGP wins ended on Sunday as Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa of Spain won the Czech Republic Moto GP in Brno.
Former boxing world champion Danny Green insists he’ll be at peace even if a re-match against arch rival Anthony Mundine never eventuates.
The death of young American sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr has highlighted the need for continued vigilance in policing drivers wandering around on active race tracks.
US police have found “no criminal behaviour” on race driver Tony Stewart’s part but will continue their probe into the bizarre incident in which he struck and killed an up-and-coming driver.
Former NBA player Josh Childress will play for Sydney in the 2014/15 NBL season, following in the footsteps of Sam Young who joined the Kings last season.
World champion Marc Marquez became the first man since Australian Mick Doohan 17 years ago to win 10 successive MotoGP races, as the Spaniard claimed victory at the Indianapolis Grand Prix on Sunday.
New world number one Rory McIlroy showed his status is on the money by coming from behind to win the USPGA Championship at Valhalla by a shot over veteran Phil Mickelson.
Bernd Wiesberger has emerged as a threat to Rory McIlroy going into the final round of the USPGA Championship at Valhalla.
Australian underdog Jarrod Fletcher is convinced the stars have aligned for him as he strives to deliver on a boxing world title dream he’s had for two decades.
LeBron James will play his first game against his former team when the Cleveland Cavaliers travel to Brazil in October for the NBA’s second exhibition game in South America.
New world number one Rory McIlroy teed off at the USPGA Championship at Valhalla early this morning, seeking to become the third-youngest golfer in history to win three majors.
Spaniard Marc Marquez hopes to keep his perfect start to the MotoGP season intact by winning his 10th straight race at the Indianapolis Grand Prix on Sunday.
Australian Jason Day has shrugged off a persistent thumb injury to soar into contention at the halfway mark of the USPGA Championship at Valhalla, the final major of the year.
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The Formula One ‘silly season’ is set to go into overdrive as it does without fail annually in the second half of the season.
Equal prize money for women in the Grand Slams is a topic that still divides even though it has been 7 years since Wimbledon became the last slam to adopt equal prize money.
Max Verstappen will become Formula One’s youngest driver ever when he makes his debut at Melbourne next March, with confirmation that the Dutchman will replace Jean-Eric Vergne at Toro Rosso in 2015.
The year’s final Grand Slam tournament is just around the corner and while Serena Williams remains the favourite to salute at her national championships for a third consecutive year, there will be other contenders desperate to stop her in her tracks in New York.
Newly appointed Basketball Australia CEO Anthony Moore is gearing up to capitalise on the recent success of Australian basketball players overseas to develop and promote the game domestically.
Formula One’s relevance in 2014 is fast becoming the central question in the sport’s quest to stem the decline in attendance and television ratings.
If you’re harping on about how the Pittsburgh Steelers are getting older and slower, you better be talking about ageless defensive coordinator Dick Lebeau and no one else. Otherwise, you’d just be wrong.
The Lakers, the Knicks or the Bulls. Los Angeles, New York or Chicago. Where would you choose to play?
The 2014/15 NBL season will be one of the most exciting and explosive on record.
The Kenmore Bears have started their 2014 gridiron Queensland campaign off strong, surging to a 2-0 start.
George Kambosos Junior is a kid who didn’t cut the corners when he was running laps at footy training, overweight and coming last. He was more interested in the process than the result.
Let me let you in on a secret. The Australian men’s basketball team – the Boomers – are playing in the World Cup in Spain in September.
Before this Sydney boy exported himself to Chicago three years ago, I was well aware of the profile of college football since I saw the movie Rudy back in the early 90s.
The world lost a comic genius yesterday when Robin Williams tragically died at the age of 63.
The Mexican Grand Prix looks set to make a return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2015, with the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez to be upgraded before the race at the end of next year.
The Chicago Bulls have not been a real force in recent years. They are coming off injury-plagued seasons and poor playoff performances, headlined by an injury to star point guard Derrick Rose.