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Anthony Mundine has long been a confident crusader, now he’s set his mind on saving Australian boxing.

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Samantha Stosur and Casey Dellacqua have given Australia a perfect five-from-five start at the US Open in New York.

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Cheap Seats episode 50: #AskTheCheapSeats Special

Sportswriters Brett McKay and Ryan O’Connell are donning the party frocks to celebrate the milestone 50th episode of the Cheap Seats podcast.

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Wallaby memory wiped out by Ricciardo and Campbell

Having watched the Wallabies’ dismal 51-20 record loss to the All Blacks, Daniel Ricciardo, the Australian swim team, and the combination of Stuart Appleby and Jason Day restored Australia’s credibility on the international sporting stage.

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Potential Australian Olympians will have to sign a “prohibited association” clause preventing them from dealing with coaches, trainers, sports scientists and other support personnel who have violated anti-doping rules in the lead-up to the Rio Games.

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Ricciardo in with a shot for F1 title

If Daniel Ricciardo said at the start of the season he had a genuine shot at the Formula One world championship, it probably would’ve drawn a laugh.

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Daniel Ricciardo claims third F1 win at Belgian Grand Prix

Daniel Ricciardo has risen above the ballyhoo around him to enjoy the celebrations after he delivered the Red Bull team’s 50th victory in Formula One at the Belgian Grand Prix.

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Mark Winterbottom had hoped to walk away from Sydney Motorsport Park with the V8 Supercars championship lead back in his grasp.

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Australia officially have their mojo back after notching 10 gold, eight silver and eight bronze at the Pan Pacific swimming championships.

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Sebastian Vettel has blamed a lack of power from his Renault engine for the massive gap between his third placed Red Bull and the two Mercedes on the front row of the grid for Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.

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Five-time champion Jamie Whincup has broken the record for most pole positions in V8 Supercars championship history.

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Four-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel says it’s unfair to compare his results this season with Australian teammate Daniel Ricciardo, who he believes has had a “smoother year”.

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For Mark Winterbottom, there was nothing worse than seeing the boss of his rival Holden team smile after losing the V8 Supercars championship lead last round.

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How young is too young to compete in elite motorsports?

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.

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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.

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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.

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Danny Green

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Tony Stewart

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Marc Marquez of Honda (Photo: MotoGP)

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Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy leads the British Open

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Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy holds up the Claret Jug after winning the 2014 British Open Golf Championship at Royal Liverpool

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The Roar of the crowd

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US Open 2014: How far can Nick Kyrgios go – plus Aussie players previewed

After claiming the scalp of 21st seed Mikhail Youzhny in his first match on Tuesday morning, how far can Nick Kyrgios go at this year’s US Open?

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Five things to watch in week one of college football

By Andrew Kitchener, 27 Aug 2014

Any fan will tell you that there is no longer an off-season in college football. Here are five things to watch out for before the start of the season.

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Making sense of Rosberg versus Hamilton

By Bayden Westerweller, 26 Aug 2014
Making sense of Rosberg versus Hamilton

The notion of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton coming to blows was never hypothetical, it was always a matter of when it would take place.

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Should Mercedes enforce team orders?

By Jawad Yaqub, 26 Aug 2014
Should Mercedes enforce team orders?

Unfortunately the biggest headlines to emerge from Belgium this weekend was not Daniel Ricciardo’s emphatic victory, becoming the first Aussie since Sir Jack Brabham in 1960 to win at the historic Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

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Rosberg’s Hungary hangover leaves Hamilton shellshocked

Daniel Ricciardo once again snatched victory from a capitulating Mercedes team, with the tension between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton prompting fierce accusations and a philosophical reevaluation.

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It’s a transitional year for college football, as the sport – arguably America’s second most popular, behind the all-conquering NFL – moves from the controversial BCS system to a more favoured four-team playoff.

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A year of quarterback uncertainty in the SEC

By Andrew Kitchener, 26 Aug 2014

When you look through the storied history of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), it’s hard to pick a more even year at the sport’s most important position.

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Australian swimming still has work to do

By Cameron Mee, 26 Aug 2014

After plunging to previously unseen depths following the disastrous London Olympics campaign, many trumpeted the return of Australian swimming following a supposedly successful Commonwealth Games.

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Having been played professionally in America since the formation of the National League in 1876, Baseball is the oldest and most storied of the four major professional sports played in America.

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[VIDEO] Belgian Formula One Grand Prix: 2014 F1 highlights, commentary, blog

RACE RESULT: Daniel Ricciardo secured his third victory of 2014 at the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix in Spa, making it three wins for the Australian from the past six races.

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V8 Supercars Race 28: live blog, commentary and times

Shane Van Gisbergen will be praying for more rain today as he tries to clean sweep the weekend in Race 28 of the V8 Supercars Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park. Join The Roar for live commentary and a blog of qualifying and race 28 in the championship from 12:40pm (AEST).

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2014 Belgium Grand Prix qualifying: Formula One live commentary, blog

Formula One is back after the mid-season break as the teams head to Spa for the Belgium Grand Prix. Join The Roar for a live commentary of qualifying at 10:00pm (AEST).

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V8 Supercars Race 26 and 27: live blog, commentary and times

With just three races to until the endurance season begins at Sandown, the event at Sydney Motorsport Park this weekend is vital as teams and drivers try to prepare for those races with success in races 26, 27 and 28 of the championship.

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FIBA World Cup Preview: Can anyone beat the USA?

Every time the world comes together to play basketball, there is always one question. Can anyone beat Team USA?

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An unexpected podium finish

By kazblah, 23 Aug 2014

It’s fair to say I’m not about to make an Olympics team in a hurry. Age being one factor, talent another. Plus a general aversion to cardio.

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Analysing the 2014 US Open draw

By mastermind5991, 23 Aug 2014
Analysing the 2014 US Open draw

The men’s and women’s draws for the 2014 US Open have been released and there will be a large number of interesting and intriguing matches to look forward to as the year’s final Grand Slam tournament gets underway on Tuesday morning (AEST).

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James Magnussen wins the 50m/100m sprint double

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Is it all over for Sebastian Vettel? (Getty Images/Red Bull Content Pool)

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Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

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Daniel Ricciardo of Australia in Melbourne

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Germany's Sabine Lisicki returns the ball to Australia's Samantha Stosur during the Italian open tennis tournament, in Rome, Monday, May 12, 2014. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)

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USA's Serena Williams returning the ball

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San Antonio basketballer Patty Mills (Source: James Rush)

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Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 2

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