Usain Bolt didn’t deserve to end his glittering track career with a bronze at London’s world championships.
There’s nothing more exciting in sport than watching a teenager like Riley Day emerge as a potential superstar.
When Josh Hazlewood was run out at the bowler’s end at Eden Park three weeks ago with Australia needing just six runs to win, it was by far the most unbeatable dumbest moment of the sporting year.
The final of the men’s 1500m event at the Rio 2016 Olympics Games will be raced at 10am (AEST) on Sunday, 21 August.
Usain Bolt is responsible for the best, but saddest, quote of the Rio Olympics – “I’m getting old, I’m slowing down, it’s time to get out quick.”
Usain Bolt has his triple-triple after Jamaica took a comfortable win in the men’s 4x100m relay for the third consecutive edition of the Olympic Games.
Officials have an important role in making sure rules and regulations are adhered to in sport, but sometimes the officialdom goes too far.
Bernie Portenski has been slowed at last; the legendary Kiwi runner is consigned to a Wellington hospital bed, planning her own funeral.
We’ve just watched the incomparable Usain Bolt ensure his immortality as the greatest sprinter of all time with his third successive 100m Olympic Gold medal in Rio. The world rejoiced and the embattled Rio Olympics organisers and IAAF breathed a sigh of relief as the Great Jamaican ran down twice convicted doping cheat Justin Gatlin to […]
The evening session of the opening day of athletics is punctuated by a number of high-profile events, including the women’s 100-metre heats and the men’s 400-metre heats. Join The Roar for live updates and commentary from 9:20am (AEST).