'Tenacity' takes digger who rows with one arm to Invictus Games
Richard Wassell lost the use of one arm after suffering a stroke while serving in the Australian Navy — but after taking up indoor rowing, he is now among the Australian military veterans competing at the Invictus Games in Toronto starting this weekend.
The questions that have to be answered on AFL prelim weekend
It's crunch time for the final four AFL flag contenders — what key questions must they answer in this weekend's prelim finals?
Hinds: Matildas, Kerr success a wake-up call to other codes
The Matildas have won the hearts and minds of Australia's sporting fans for all the right reasons and it is only the tip of the iceberg, writes Richard Hinds.
Kuldeep hat-trick sets up India's win against Australia
India's Kuldeep Yadav takes a hat-trick to help comfortably beat Australia by 50 runs in the second one-day international at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Look back at the scores and stats that mattered.
The heavyweight trio dominating the NRL
Statistics reveal Melbourne, Brisbane and the Sydney Roosters are dominating the NRL like Canterbury, Canberra and Manly did in the 1980s and 1990s.
Crows lose Mitch McGovern for prelim final
Another injury blow for the Crows, with forward Mitch McGovern joining Brodie Smith on the sidelines ahead of the preliminary final against Geelong.
AFL clubs push for Yes vote as SSM debate divides fans
Half of the clubs in the AFL confirm their support for same-sex marriage as the football world debates the league's strong push for a Yes vote, which one former premier and ex-club president says is unfair on fans.
'You've got a whole army behind you': Tigers confident they will thrive on MCG crowd
Richmond rejects the suggestion its massive crowd support may backfire in Saturday night's AFL preliminary final against Greater Western Sydney at the MCG.