Dunlop and Supercars to Engage in Extensive Tyre Testing

Picture yourself motoring down the Kings Highway between Canberra and Batemans’ Bay; minding your own business and the speed limit, when suddenly, one of your tyres simply disintegrates. Now, imagine that happening when you are traveling at top speed, alongside competitors doing everything in their power to pass you or prevent you from passing them,…

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Growth of AFL Revenues Eventually Wind Up in Player’s Pockets

Would it be a sense of envy that prompted North Melbourne Kangaroos legend Wayne Carey to suggest that $10 million for seven years is too much to pay for Dustin Martin, or does Carey have bona fide concerns about Martin’s value to Carey’s former club? It works out to $1.428 million per season and it…

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Mayweather Weighs in on Jeff Horn Manny Pacquiao Fight

Floyd Mayweather was the most recent in a long line who felt that the Jeff Horn – Manny Pacquiao fight that ended with Horn being declared the winner, despite the howls of many of the boxing experts, to weigh in on his opinion of the decision. Mayweather said, without mincing his words, “It was OK…

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Ashleigh Barty Defeats Venus Williams at Cincinnati Open

Australian tennis player Ashleigh Barty if showing promise in the tune-up for the U.S. Open that begins at the end of August, claiming the biggest win of her career with a 6 – 3, 2 – 6, 6 – 2 victory over Venus Williams. Williams is currently ranked number nine in the world, while Barty…

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Mundine Wants to Return to St. George Illawarra Dragons

The U.S. may have wannabee professional athlete Tim Tebow to dominate the news there, even though there are few, other than his most ardent supporters, who believe Tebow has the chops to play at the top level of either the NFL or MLB, but Australia has boxer Anthony Mundine, who has expressed serious desire to…

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Aussie Adam Gotsis Continues To Move Up Broncos’ Depth Chart

Aussie Adam Gotsis continues to move up the Broncos’ depth chart, as another defensive lineman, as Jared Crick, a defensive end, was carted off the practice field with a back injury. At the rate at which they are going through defensive linemen, the Broncos might want to consider luring Jarryd Hayne into making the code…

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Soaring Swans Take on the High Flying Crows in AFL Round 22

The Sydney Swans have a tall task ahead of them in Round 22 of the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership completion. Not only must they play top-ranked Adelaide Crows, they have to do it at the Adelaide Oval. The Crows may have at least a bit of revenge motivation ahead of the games, as it was…

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Crows Seeking Ultimate Destiny in 2017 AFL Premiership Competition

There are two Rounds remaining in the home-and-away season of the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership competition and the Adelaide Crows look to be the team of destiny, as they toured Etihad Stadium for a game with Melbourne and handed the Essendon Bombers a 43-point loss. At this juncture, it would be a bitter pill if…

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Bulldogs Desperately Seek Solution to NRL Woes Calls for Hasler’s Head

Everyone agrees that there are some serious issues with which the Canterbury Bulldogs must deal, but there is far from anything resembling a consensus as to what should be done. Few Bulldogs critics hold the players responsible. The NRL has come more and more to the position that seems to dominate the National Football League…

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Tiger Woods to Enter Voluntary Diversion Program on October 25

Hopefully, the lasting image of Tiger Woods that will be carried in the minds of professional golf fans will not be the one of him hobbling around the course at Torrey Pines, California as he limped his way to victory in the 2008 U.S. Open, where he needed to endure a playoff with journeyman Rocco…

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