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.
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.
Mike Baird’s ban on greyhound racing will be divisive, but after I met Bernie, a victim of the industry, my mind was made up.
Amateur sport, for the most part, is getting thrashed each week. But what if you were to never win? Well, meet Madron FC, the worst team in Britain.
Will Grigg was knocked out of Euro 2016 this morning, but the chant that bears his name has a life of its own.
For most of my life, I’ve been told to not space out. Well, Miss Jones, joke is on you, because there’s a sport in South Korea that nutures my talent.
LeBron James bringing his hometown Cavaliers their first championship is a Hollywood tale. Problem is, it’s been done.
Last week’s State of Origin was one thing, but the claims of match fixing in the rugby league go far deeper than that.
Trisha de Borchgrave reflects on the man who became Muhammad Ali; a flawed human with a touch of royal status, fighting the corners of those struggling for acceptance.
Fantasy sport. The refuge of the pale, the hopeless, the sexless and the socially backward? Yes. But it’s far superior to actual sport. Here’s how.
The passing of Muhammad Ali should not be mourned, as the winding narrative of Ali will continue to dance long after the collective epitaph.
For those who didn’t understand the fuss about State of Origin last night, we’ve done our best to explain it.
Sport has always been treated as the one true religion in Australia, so how should punters react when a player decides to forgo Sunday footy for his faith?