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Tiger signs on for US Open, but will he start?

One of Tiger Woods’ adrenalin rushes comes from headlines, so the question has to be asked: is he pulling the media chain for some recognition?

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TTNL Round 4: UnTrans Tasman, ghosts and Oscar buzz

Well, what a week of trans-Tasman netball we had! Such an exciting week in fact, that there were actually no trans-Tasman matches played on the Anzac Day weekend and two teams had a bye for no conceivable reason.

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TTNL Round 3: Mathematics, reality shows and mental fitness

Another round of the Trans-Tasman Netball League is done and dusted and here we are again, left contemplating the fundamental nature of time and its propensity to pass.

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Australian swimming legend Dawn Fraser has lashed out at golfer Adam Scott over his decision to skip the Rio Olympics.

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The IOC could rue the day Rio was awarded the Olympics

In 2009, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was the popular President of Brazil who had lifted his country to become the world’s eighth largest economy.

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I’ll be ready for Olympic defence: Pearson

Sally Pearson is banking on her unshakeable belief and the big-race buzz to help deliver her historic back-to-back gold medals at the Rio Olympics.

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Australian Olympics team’s new kit revealed in Sydney

The Australian Olympic Team launched their new uniforms ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics

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Master motivator John Bertrand behind Australia’s Rio resurgence

John Bertrand is the guiding light with the Australian swimming team poised for a potential gold rush at the Rio Olympics.

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Cameron McEvoy is worth his weight in pure gold

For the first time in Australian swimming history, someone has won the 50, 100, and 200 freestyle titles, and in world-class times.

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TTNL Round 2: Screaming, darts and wicked schedules for the west

Hi again Roarers, it’s that time of the week when we go through the ins and outs of each game of the Trans Tasman Netball League and definitively decide what will happen over the course of the season.

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Hope for Sharapova as WADA makes meldonium U-turn

Athletes who tested positive for meldonium before March 1 could have bans overturned less than four months before the Rio Olympics after WADA said it was unable to establish how quickly the drug, outlawed since January 1, cleared the human body.

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The design on physics student Cameron McEvoy’s swimming cap represents a space-time ripple.

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At first, James Magnussen dared to dream.

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Australia’s 100 freestyle Olympic golds are rare, but we could nab two at Rio

It’s time Cameron McEvoy, in tandem with the Campbell sisters Cate and Bronte, won Olympic 100 metres freestyle gold for Australia.

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Missing out on a world record never felt so good for Cate Campbell at the Rio Olympic trials in Adelaide on Tuesday night.

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In some ways, Bronte Campbell’s childhood Olympic dream didn’t quite go to plan.

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Jordan Spieth of the US

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Manny Pacquiao

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Bernhard Langer

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Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy leads the British Open

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Ernie Els putting woes

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Jason Day

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Jason Day of Australia

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The Roar of the crowd

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WATCH: Amateur fighter delivers brutal MMA knockout

He’s only new to the sport of Mixed martial arts but Sheldon Reid certainly doesn’t lack any confidence.

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The CyberGamer Autumn LAN was held at Australian Technology Park in Redfern, and allowed pro gamers and organisations around Oceania to showcase their skills in four different games last week.

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Dhyan Chand: A hockey legend

By SAMBEET DASH, 27 Apr 2016

No prelude to the Olympics would be complete without discussing Dhyan Chand, India’s hockey legend.

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Saving swimming from the Olympic axe

By Brad Cooper, 26 Apr 2016
Saving swimming from the Olympic axe

When wrestling was dropped from the 2020 Olympic program in February 2013, the shock was as if wrestling itself had been scuttled. After all, if a sport which had participated in the birth of both the classical and modern Olympics could get the chop, was anything else safe?

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Boxers who remained in the sport far too long

Following Nick Blackwell’s recent scare – where he was left in a coma after a bruising encounter with Chris Eubank Jr – there have been calls for alterations to boxing’s rules, to prevent further incidents and safeguard professional fighters.

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A sad fall from grace for Grant Hackett

The sad fall from grace for Champion swimmer Grant Hackett was once again highlighted by his ‘plane rage’ incident on a flight from Adelaide to Melbourne after the Australian Swimming trials for the Rio Olympics.

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Is Salman Khan the right choice as Indian Olympic Association’s Goodwill Ambassador for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games?

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Pearson’s biggest rivals set for Eugene showdown

Five of the fastest women in the way of Sally Pearson defending her London 2012 100m hurdles gold will line up at the Prefontaine Classic on Saturday 28 May at Hayward Field, Eugene (USA).

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Are you too good for your home? Scott right, Fraser wrong in Olympic debate

Let’s get it out of the way straight off the bat: Adam Scott is ‘un-Australian’. At least, according to Dawn Fraser.

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The stakes are high in McGregor’s ‘quitgate’

By Brad Cooper Olympic Swimming Champion., 21 Apr 2016
The stakes are high in McGregor’s ‘quitgate’

Regardless of whether Conor McGregor fights in UFC 200 after this week’s controversial retirement tweet, UFC front man Dana White may want to tweak his king-making guidelines.

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Grant Hackett needs to have a conversation with the mirror

Grant Hackett should never have returned to swimming. The pool wasn’t the answer to his problems, it was only ever masking them.

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Spieth the loser, but golf the real winner at the Masters

The 2016 US Masters will long be remembered for Jordan Spieth’s famous meltdown, Ernie Els’ six-putt, and Danny Willett’s phenomenal last-round surge. The tournament was one for the amateurs, the weekend warriors and the hackers.

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Grant Hackett conforms to a sad sporting trend

By Binoy Kampmark, 18 Apr 2016
Grant Hackett conforms to a sad sporting trend

“Passengers on Virgin flights from today will be told to familiarise themselves with their nearest Grant Hackett, remembering it may be behind them.”

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GCT Miami: Edwina takes it home

By Liam, 17 Apr 2016

As you read this, Edwina Tops-Alexander is probably opening a second bottle of champagne, but after all she did just win the Miami Grand Prix.

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Mack and Jac take on Italian double act

By Brad Cooper, 17 Apr 2016

When rising distance freestyle duo Mack Horton and Jac McLaughlin seek to restore ‘business as usual’ for Australia’s illustrious Olympic 1500m tradition in Rio, they’ll be shadowed by an Italian double act.

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Now that Elvis has left the building, what next for Hollywood’s team?

Was it ever going to end any other way? A thrilling last hurrah from the man affectionately known as the ‘Black Mamba’.

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Origen eSports

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Mathew Hayman Paris-Roubaix cycling

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James Magnussen wins the 50m/100m sprint double

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Australia's greatest ever batsman, Sir Don Bradman

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Chiefs League of Legends Oceanic Pro League 2016

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Magnussen's missle men misfire in men's 4x100m relay

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Cate Campbell

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Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates after winning the men's 200m final. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS

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