Rahm COVID-19 positive again, out of Olympics
World No.1 Jon Rahm is out of the Olympic Games after testing positive for COVID-19. It is the second time the Spaniard has contracted the virus in less than two months.
DeChambeau COVID positive, Reed heading for Tokyo
Bryson DeChambeau has tested positive for COVID-19, as part of the final testing protocol before he left the United States for the Olympics 2020 in Japan. He will be unable to compete for Team USA.
Antonis signs three-year Wanderers deal
The former Melbourne Victory and Wanderers midfielder is leaving his Korean club to return to Australia with Western Sydney.
Olyroos: A Pause for Breath in the Group of Death
So I’ve had a day to think about the Olyroos’ incredible victory over Argentina.
Is Twitter the new Aussie pub?
You certainly can't get scooners or COVID-19 from the communal bar nuts, but the social media platform's new research suggests many Aussies no longer care.
Read: Following the 'Instinct' label into a new era.
Created and spearheaded by Shaun Tomson, Instinct blazed through the 80s. Now it's set to make a return with Shaun and new partner, Cameron Williams, at the helm.
I'm talking about you, Doc! - The biggest AFLW talking points
Only a week to go before the cream of the crop extend their seasons and the rest are left to lick their wounds and wonder 'What if?' Here are the main stories causing conversation in the AFLW.
Kemp & Lee make good starts at Evian
Australian duo Sarah Kemp and Minjee Lee have made impressive starts to their latest assault on a major title in France, both shooting low opening rounds as they homed in on the leaders at the Evian Championship.
The Preview: The Amundi Evian Championship
The LPGA and Ladies European Tours return to Evian-les-Bains this week for another edition of the Evian Championship. Who will claim the penultimate major of the year?
'We are chomping at the bit' - Carey craves more history
Australian women’s cricketer Nicola Carey is perfect at balancing an appreciation of the past, while keeping her steady eye on the next challenge.
25 years on - The day the tiny island of Sri Lanka was on top of the world
When a trademark Arjuna Ranatunga late cut raced to the boundary to clinch the 1996 World Cup, it was a moment that transcended the tiny little island nation of Sri Lanka from cricketing minnows to world champions.
Tired Barty feels 'great' for Rome test
Ash Barty says she feels "great" despite her recent tiring schedule and a defeat in the Madrid Open final as she sets her sights on an Italian Open triumph.
Caroline Wozniacki: 'Arthritis won't stop me'
At 30 years old, tennis power house Caroline Wozniacki is in a place she never would have imagined.