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27 July 2018 6:28 AM 'Gobsmacked' Carrie Graf urges sports to shatter gender bias

But almost a decade on there remains a major gulf when it comes to female coaches in the high performance space, and Graf says it is vital to break down gender biases and capitalise on the women's sporting movement. "There is still a lot of the people that are making decisions on coaching positions are, I’m going to say, old white men," Graf said. "I’m oldish 14

23 July 2018 8:15 AM Sport podcast: Was Ricky Stuart right about Canberra's treatment?

This isn't the first time Ricky Stuart has been left angry, frustrated and disappointed. This isn't the first time the Canberra Raiders' season has ended in dismay. But was the Green Machine coach right in saying "we get treated differently" in the NRL because the Raiders are from Canberra? The Raiders were left reeling after two woeful refereeing decisions 15

4 July 2018 5:09 AM Josh Mann-Rea eyes Canberra Vikings comeback

"The hope was his injury would recover and he’d get back into it around that time. I’ve got to speak to the Brumbies people a bit further along about how he is tracking with his return to play, what he can do, what he can’t do with his involvement. Mann-Rea's injury opened the door for Connal McInerney to revive the Super Rugby dream he had all but given 15

3 July 2018 7:29 AM Brawl won't see NBA ban stars from international duties: Gaze

Australia plays two second round World Cup qualifiers in September where they will likely travel to Qatar then fly home to host Kazakhstan. Timing could be an issue for NBA players because the games fall right before team training camps commence. Gaze dismissed concerns the NBA and its clubs could stop their stars playing for their countries 15

29 June 2018 9:37 AM Canberra bid leader says he'll celebrate when they're in the A-League

"It’s not about a contest or who has the most money, this is about bringing something to a region I care deeply about. It’s about giving the city something it wants and needs. "It was more anticipation than relief or anything and now we're in, lets go get it, let's go show them how we’re going to build this club." Canberra are the only bid which already 14

29 June 2018 12:53 AM 'I was making horrible decisions': Returning Smith reveals mental fatigue

An emotional Steve Smith has opened up on the toughest three months of his life, saying that he needed the break to overcome "mental fatigue" that was causing him to make some "horrible decisions". The former Australian captain made the candid comments on Friday moments after he notched a half-century in a modest comeback to professional cricket that earned 13

26 June 2018 7:35 AM VRC faces Federal Court action over racing manager dismissal

The VRC has disputed allegations made in a statement of claim lodged in the Federal Court that their former racing manager, Martin Talty, was dismissed because he raised governance concerns with the VRC CEO about how last year's final Melbourne Cup field was assembled. The statement of claim, lodged with the Federal Court by Maurice and Blackburn on June 8, alleges 13

23 June 2018 9:32 AM Tenacious Bulldog puts injuries behind him in Canberra Raiders Cup win

"He's been massive for the club both on and off the field with his experience," Kyle said. "His best football still is possibly to come ... I think he's just enjoying getting back out there and playing some consistent football. "I think the injury concerns are out of his head, he's now not going into games thinking where the next injury is coming from." The Bulldogs 13

18 June 2018 12:06 PM Jedinak leads from the front with nerves of steel

He doesn't say a lot, he just gets on with it. Aggressive, hard, committed and determined, his first intervention in the game against France was a thumping header in the second minute when he outmuscled Paul Pogba, letting the Frenchman know in no uncertain terms that if he wanted to invade Jedinak's territory he was going to be in for a battle. More than anything 17

6 June 2018 8:32 AM Wiasak's Olympic dream in tatters

Cycling Australia chief executive Steven Drake said these decisions were always tough, but their simple goal was to win gold medals and funding decisions had to be made with that in mind. He said the problem for Wiasak was her best event, the individual pursuit, wasn't an Olympic one, whereas the team pursuit was. Drake said they would continue to support 20