Bancroft defends controversial interview while starting journey back to Test cricket
Cameron Bancroft says he was trying to share "important learnings" during his controversial tell-all interview in December, but then lets his bat do the talking on return to the Sheffield Shield.
Jiu-jitsu 'jedi' overcomes 'horrific' pain to set world record
Self-described "jedi" Damian Todd, who set himself the task of carrying out Brazilian jiu-jitsu against almost 200 challengers in 24 hours, overcomes a suspected cracked sternum to complete the epic feat.
Super Bowl-winning billionaire facing soliciting charges after massage parlour sting
Florida Police say the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots is among hundreds of people caught up in a sting aimed at curbing sex trafficking in the state's massage parlours.
Melbourne Rebels take a stand in tackling homophobia in sport
Super Rugby's Melbourne Rebels join forces with Monash University to help eliminate homophobic behaviour in sport, with a study finding offensive language is rife in junior rugby union.
Adelaide 500 build on track to deliver noisiest festival of Mad March
For 17 weeks of the year a veritable construction site rises and falls in Adelaide's Parklands and transforms the city's east into a carnival for petrol heads.
The internet's favourite author may have never existed
Todd Noy was said to be a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and a towering figure in the online fan-fiction community. His books were delivered around the world. But he may have never existed.
Why pools are rectangular, and other fascinating things about swimming
Scratch the surface of the history of swimming and you might find more than you bargained for — like why your local pool is shaped like a rectangle (hint: it's linked to Napoleon).
'I want to focus just on football': Hakeem al-Araibi rejoins Melbourne soccer club
Bahraini refugee Hakeem al-Araibi rejoins his Melbourne soccer team at a match for the first time since he was released from a Thai prison after an extradition ordeal lasting more than two months.