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But certain nations will prove crucial for any future CG success, notably the UK countries, Australia, New Zealand and Canada which have hosted every CG since 1930, with the only exceptions being Jamaica 1966, Malaysia 1998 and India 2010.
by Chris Lewis - 1/08/2022 - 6 comments
Kyrgios is arguably the most instinctually talented player on the professional tennis circuit.
by Andris Heks - 14/07/2022 - 6 comments
It was, all and all, an odd spectacle. The Ladies' Singles victor for Wimbledon 2022 had all the credentials that would have otherwise guaranteed her being barred.
by Binoy Kampmark - 11/07/2022 - 3 comments
Sydney has already spent billions of dollars since the late 1980s on stadiums that have hardly lifted average crowds despite the construction of three modern stadiums.
by Chris Lewis - 2/06/2022 - 8 comments
The kingdom has become an aggressive strategic investor in sports events, hosting Formula One motor racing, boxing events, purchasing European football clubs and promoting wrestling.
by Binoy Kampmark - 12/05/2022 - 1 comment
When life left the overly worked body of Australia's Shane Warne, who expired in Thailand at 52, the reaction was global. In India and Pakistan, hundreds of millions mourned.
by Binoy Kampmark - 4/04/2022 - 2 comments
So it is not only that Barty has been number one in women's singles in the world for nearly two years, she now has a trifecta of Grand Slam victories to her name too.
by Andris Heks - 1/02/2022 - 7 comments
Djokovic was always unwilling to reveal his vaccination status. His response to the pandemic has also been patchy, even cavalier.
by Binoy Kampmark - 11/01/2022 - 14 comments
According to Morrison they were following the foundations built by greats like Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Alicia Molik and Casey Dellacqua.
by Scott Prasser - 6/01/2022 - 4 comments
'[S]tanding up for human rights is in the DNA of Americans'. Sporting personnel, however, would still be competing, suggesting that the spirals of such DNA might be wonky.
by Binoy Kampmark - 13/12/2021 - 4 comments
Nowhere is the racism in sport issue better understood than in the US given that the African American population has been around 10-12 per cent since 1890.
by Chris Lewis - 10/09/2021 - 21 comments
Colin Tatz, then an ANU Visiting Professor in Politics and International Relations, argued in 2017 that Australia only excels at a few sports with little international competition.
by Chris Lewis - 11/08/2021 - 10 comments

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