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17 November 2018 7:20 AM Sibling rivalry driving Keely Froling to Capitals stardom

Their brother Harry is making waves for the Adelaide 36ers in his return to the NBL while 17-year-old Sam has the world at his feet after the Basketball Australia centre of excellence graduate joined the NCAA's Creighton Bluejays. The bloodlines make it seem like they never had a choice when it came to playing basketball - but Keely and Alicia resisted 42 1

15 November 2018 7:50 AM Uber driver left almost bankrupt stakes Open claim

"You get sore backs [driving all the time]. You know what, it's been great. You meet really good people. [I] haven't had any bad people, which is good." Stephens was forced to rise at 4.30am – a time he could be forgiven for ferrying passengers home – to help prepare for his 6.45am tee time, but found himself bashing the snooze button a couple of times 19

3 November 2018 7:42 AM Scott Boland stars as Vics skittle SA

The 29-year-old Boland, who has played 14 one-day internationals and three T20 matches for Australia, was irresistible, having six South Australians caught either by wicketkeeper Seb Gotch or in the slip cordon, and almost decapitating Nick Winter with a flier that the SA tail-ender parried away from his face to Peter Handscomb at slip. His case for reinstatement 21

26 October 2018 11:27 AM Bowman delivers on Brave Smash to deny Coolmore's Manikato challenge

Hugh Bowman winning a group 1 race at Moonee Valley, beating Oisin Murphy in a driving finish. Could the conclusion to Friday night’s Manikato Stakes, in which the Bowman-partnered Brave Smash just ran down the Murphy- ridden Spirit Of Valor, be a preview for the $5 million Cox Plate on Saturday afternoon? Bowman, of course, will partner the wonder mare Winx as he bids to land her fourth 12

20 October 2018 8:52 AM Coolmore calling for new colt on the block

The drama started an hour before the Coongy Cup, when the Jarrod McLean-trained Trap For Fools was scratched by stewards, then it was matched on track and with protest postscript. A dead-heat between Mask Of Time and Best Of Days in a driving finish saw Kerrin McEvoy protest against his fellow winner claiming he had layed in on him in the final 100m. "They 18

7 October 2018 7:36 AM Door opens for ACT Comets to produce more stars

"I know Blake Macdonald or Tom Engelbrecht are not physically playing in the Canberra competition at the moment, but they are still Canberra players," Piper said. "Tommy Engelbrecht can still thank his parents for driving up from Tuross, and Western District-UC and everything. They helped him become who he is. "That message remains constant, it’s our job just to keep on producing 19

3 October 2018 2:00 PM Canberra BMX star Caroline Buchanan's intimate Nevada wedding

"I just wanted it intimate. I didn't want it about props or the add-ons. None of that mattered," Buchanan said. "I just wanted our two families together from opposite sides of the world, a chance for our brothers to meet for the first time and our parents to see each other for the third time in nine years. "It was important for me to make it a memorable 15

30 September 2018 8:01 AM Hurricane turns into a fizzer as push for Tokyo heats up in Canberra

But 10 days ago Rose was in the USA helping Australia qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020, along with Olympic gold medallist Stuart Tinney, who also competed in Canberra over the weekend. "There was supposed to be [a hurricane]. It ended up being a bit of a fizzer for us. It didn't really deliver anything much, but it caused everyone a bit of angst 9

21 September 2018 2:00 PM Paralympic Committee defends Aussie accused of exaggerating symptoms

The APC said it had no concerns with Reid's case or the classifications of her "multiple impairments". "The APC has faith in the classification process and is fully satisfied that all requirements have been followed and met relating to Amanda’s international classification under the IPC Classification code and the classification rules of the UCI," a spokesman 40

3 June 2018 8:44 AM Evans wins National Capital Rally

Not even scenes reminiscent of an old Holden on a freezing cold winter's morning could stop Victoria's Eli Evans winning the National Capital Rally. Windscreen fogged up, driving in first gear at 20 km/h hitting shrubs either side of the road while his co-driver Ben Searcy wiped the glass with his seat cushion. It stopped Evans from being the fastest 35