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11 May 2018 9:59 AM Lonergan ready for World Cup redemption after concussion headache

The Australian under-20s gave Ryan Lonergan headaches in more ways than one last year. The promising ACT Brumbies prospect had his World Cup hopes shattered when he was concussed twice in two months, forcing him to watch from the couch as the junior Wallabies played on the international stage. Canberra players Isaiah Latu, Len Ikitau, Ryan Lonergan 10

4 May 2018 7:13 AM Ainslie's Jeremy Hirst to pay emotional tribute to his father

Every time he walked into the office a beaming Rourke would sing out "the great man has arrived". Jeremy is proud of the legacy his father left at the club and now the 26-year-old physiotherapist is desperate to repay the Tricolours for the support they showed the Hirst family during a tough time. "It’s definitely a big milestone and I’m sure he would 15

2 May 2018 5:17 AM ACT Open's $13,000 prize boost gives squash new beginning in Canberra

But professional ranking points will go on the line this time and prize money has increased to attract top players to the capital. Hosting the Australian Open at the National Convention Centre was a massive boost for the sport in 2012, but financial strain took its toll and Squash ACT is only now starting to find its feet again. That's good news for Nuttall 21

20 April 2018 7:54 AM AIHL: Canberra Brave's Per Daniel Goransson, Kai Miettinen, Wehebe Darge in Australian team

"If you would have asked me in 2011 if I would have played ice hockey ever again, then I would have said 'no way'," Goransson said. "I guess everything happens for a reason. I came to Perth to study, I got a job and throughout my university degree I got to know the GM from the Perth Thunder. "It took them a couple of years to get me to lace up again 36

29 March 2018 11:00 PM Why I have sympathy for Smith and Bancroft, but not Warner

This Australia team have disintegrated completely in less than a week. The captain, vice-captain, opening batsman and coach have all gone in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal, and it is right that they have. What has happened to Australia - a side who were being treated as heroes by their own public just a couple of months ago after they won the Ashes 23

29 March 2018 10:20 AM Waller hasn't locked in a spring program for Winx

“We don’t want to say she will be there for any race because we know people are very keen to be there to watch her. We are mindful not to disappoint anyone with her. “There are the programs we have used in the past couple of years, which will be the framework for [a spring] preparation, but there might be one or two changes. There might be a run less because 21

8 March 2018 7:17 AM Joany Badenhorst named Australian Paralympics flagbearer

A snowboarder who agonisingly missed competing in Sochi after a heavy crash in her final training run will carry the flag for Australia at Friday night’s Winter Paralympics opening ceremony. Joany Badenhorst, 23, who had her left leg amputated below the knee after a farm accident 12 years ago, has earned the distinction to lead Australia’s contingent 32

5 March 2018 10:33 AM Ban the bumper? Cricket's heady question needs an answer

It was plainly sickening for Abbott, the man who bowled that last ball to Phillip Hughes, to see Pucovski fall. Just as it was for Pucovski to be hit and for both their families and teammates to watch on, and for the Hughes family. Pucovski is one of the most precocious talents in the game but he has already suffered more knocks to the head than is healthy 32

27 February 2018 6:51 AM Canberra Raiders and ACT Brumbies launch double-ticket offer for NRL and Super Rugby

As well as members being eligible to watch both games, the clubs have agreed to sell tickets to give fans a chance to watch two games for the price of one. The Raiders were riding a green wave of support last year, with their average crowd numbers jumping to 14,097. It was the best average attendance since 1995. Brumbies crowds took a major hit as drama 32

21 February 2018 7:31 AM Canberra United star Josh Gulevski earns Western Sydney Wanderers NYL contract

"There are others in the ACT who deserve an opportunity but we just don't have that exposure that other kids do in other states. "There are good players in Canberra, it's just a matter of the right people seeing you at the right time and an A-League club giving you a chance. "It is tougher coming from Canberra because it's not every day they're going 29