With the second Big Bash semi on tonight, we spoke to former Test spinner Greg Matthews on his adoration, and fear of the short form game.
The 2016 instalment of the historic Sydney Hobart upon us, TBS spoke to the skipper of Wild Oats, and eight-time winner Mark Richards.
Hollywood has a problem. Like the asthmatic kid on the playground, they’re no good at sport. So, in the interest of fairness, we thought we’d pick on them.
Meg Lanning stands front and centre to the growing professionalism of women’s sport. The Big Smoke chats with our only successful test captain.
As the Australian cricket team continues to embarrass us, we may seek pastures new. However beware the bandwagon that takes us there
2016 has been a historic year in lifting sporting curses. But I contend that what they’ve lost outweights what they’ve won.
On the morning of The Race that Stops a Nation, The Big Smoke looks back upon some of our greatest Melbourne Cup wins, with a few pointers on how to pick a winner this afternoon.
Every so often, an actual book passes over The Big Smoke’s sportsdesk. “The Game of Their Lives” chronicles the footballers who fought, and ultimately perished, in the horror of WW1.
The inquest into the death of Phillip Hughes is ideally unnecessary, but unforunately crucial. Whichever way the ruling goes, it remains entirely not cricket.
Two cities and four teams all share the same narrative this finals weekend. The heavily backed powerhouses, do battle against the rank outsiders on the wrong side of history.
With Tim Tebow the latest ex-NFL player to try his hand at the MLB, it’s only fair to look back at the man who came before – Bo Jackson. The multi-sport athlete is usually consigned to one of two categories. A) the washed up attention seeker who’s wasting his/her/their time, and thusly, bringing the game into disrepute,…
Many an NBA player has been challenged by a nobody. But, as they’ve destroyed us, forever documented on the Internet, we should not to be too quick to judge the outcome.
NFL player Colin Kaepernick decided to protest America by sitting down during the national anthem, but what did the world of social media make of it?
Just before the athletic spotlight is shut off for another four years, let us highlight at the lasting effects of the games on Rio. For better or worse.
Now that our athletes are home from Rio, we look to 2020. But before we do that, let us recap the games, entirely through social media. Warning: may not contain actual sport.
The ceaseless criticism of our Olympic athletes is off the mark, and daresay it, rather un-Australian indeed. So, while you click your tongues, I’ll wave the flag.
The Rio Olympics will break financial records, but unpaid volunteers have been walking away from the games, citing unfair working conditions.
Now that Michael Phelps has retired, we need to ensure that such dominance never happens again. To achieve that, we’re calling for a fairer use of steroids.
Sport is defined by those who win. But for those who cannot, the method of losing to win comes to the fore – otherwise known as tanking.
Barry Bonds was a champion in two sports: baseball and steroid abuse. But does the easy label of “cheater” do the man justice?
Sport is all about winning. Well, for you perhaps. I’m what you call a bad weather fan, as soon as my teams stop losing, they’re out.