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Ariarne Titmus breaks 400m freestyle world record

Ariarne Titmus has broken the women's 400 metres freestyle world record at the Australian championships.

GWS Giants’ 52-point win over Eagles to kickstart new era

Greater Western Sydney have started their new era under Mark McVeigh in style with a 52-point thumping of West Coast at Giants Stadium.

Flu-hit Canberra Raiders roll on, belting Rabbitohs in Dubbo

Canberra Raiders have lifted to celebrate champion Josh Papali'i's 250th NRL game by battling through a flu outbreak to roll South Sydney Rabbitohs for a third straight win.

Brave Brumbies go down in thriller against Blues

Blues No.10 Beauden Barrett has kicked a field goal after the siren to secure a 21-19 Super Rugby Pacific win over the Brumbies in Canberra.

Mark McVeigh to put a new spin on Giants

Interim GWS coach Mark McVeigh is not focusing on his full-time prospects at the AFL club as the Giants begin life without Leon Cameron.

Brumbies to measure up against Super Blues

The Brumbies will get a measure of their Super Rugby Pacific title credentials when they host the competition frontrunners in the Blues on Saturday.

Ricky Stuart hails Josh Papalii ahead of milestone match

Canberra coach Ricky Stuart has hailed Josh Papalii as the front-rower prepares to become just the third Raider to play 250 NRL matches for the club.

AFLW players to get 94 per cent pay rise

AFLW players have been handed an average 94 per cent pay rise under a new collective bargaining agreement with the AFL.

Shayna Jack, Cody Simpson win Aussie swim team spot

Shayna Jack, after serving a two-year doping ban, has secured selection on the Australian swim team for this year's world titles and Commonwealth Games.

John Longmire confused by Luke Parker taunt on Dylan Shiel reaction

Sydney coach John Longmire remains perplexed how Swans co-captain Luke Parker's taunt of Essendon's Dylan Shiel turned into a major AFL issue.

James Hird, Dean Solomon help out GWS’ interim coach

James Hird will move into an expanded coaching role with GWS to help former Essendon teammate Mark McVeigh after Leon Cameron's departure from the Giants.

Darcy Swain says Brumbies ready to match powerhouse Blues

Brumbies lock Darcy Swain says taking on the Blues isn't a David and Goliath battle with his Canberra side up to the Super Rugby Pacific challenge.

Trent Barrett quits as Bulldogs coach, replacement contenders emerge

Trent Barrett has quit as Canterbury coach after the Bulldogs' poor start to the season which has them bottom of the NRL ladder.

Sam Kerr is ‘an amazing centre-forward’: Chelsea coach

Sam Kerr has been described as the complete centre-forward package by Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes after the Matildas captain scored twice to earn a 3-2 win over Manchester City in the Women's FA Cup final.

GWS Giants overawed by farewell occasion: Leon Cameron

Outgoing coach Leon Cameron believes emotions got the better of Greater Western Sydney as Carlton made a fast start that the Giants were unable to overcome in his farewell match.

Hockeyroos seal 2-0 series victory over New Zealand

The new-look Hockeyroos have made a successful return to international hockey after securing a 2-0 series victory over trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in Auckland.

Canberra Raiders win 30-10 as Sharks cop Finucane blow

Canberra had to overcome playing with 12 men for close to half an hour as they dominated an out-of-sorts Cronulla to claim a 30-10 win on Sunday. 

Obituary: Andrew Symonds the rebel cricketer with a cause

Andrew Symonds was a cricketing rebel with a cause. He had a cause to entertain and enjoy himself but also an ability to hit the self-destruct button.

Crusaders down Brumbies in mighty tussle in Canberra

The Crusaders have prevailed in the Super Rugby Pacific's biggest heavyweight battle of the season so far, but it didn't come easily against the Brumbies in a GIO Stadium thriller.

Hockeyroos fight back to draw 2-2 with New Zealand Black Sticks

A young and inexperienced Hockeyroos outfit fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with New Zealand in the opening match of their trans-Tasman series in Auckland.

Nicoll-Klokstad relieved after Croker cleared of serious injury

Canberra teammates are counting their lucky stars with skipper Jarrod Croker cleared of a serious shoulder injury.

Brumbies looking to break Crusaders hoodoo

The Brumbies will look to snap a long streak of losses to the Crusaders without injured stars Noah Lolesio and Rob Valetini on Friday night.

Leon Cameron quits as GWS Giants coach

Leon Cameron will coach Greater Western Sydney for the last time this weekend after nine years in the role, with Mark McVeigh taking over as caretaker.

Tom Starling keen to be long term hooker at Raiders

Canberra hooker Tom Starling is looking to take his game to a new level as his team prepares for life after Josh Hodgson.

John Longmire says Adam Goodes always welcome at Swans games

Sydney coach John Longmire will leave it completely up to Adam Goodes to decide when the AFL legend wants to return to Swans games.

Samoan rugby player Kelly Meafua dies after bridge jump in France

Samoan rugby player Kelly Meafua has died after jumping off a bridge in southwest France, his club says.

Noah Lolesio excited to work with incoming Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham

Noah Lolesio says he wanted to repay the Brumbies after they gave him a rugby start while he was excited about learning under incoming coach Stephen Larkham.

Ex-Opals star Liz Cambage says truth to emerge as Andrew Bogut fuels fire

Basketballer Liz Cambage has tweeted the truth will emerge after she was accused of telling Nigerian team players to return to their third world country.

Sharks stars Will Kennedy and Jesse Ramien set to miss Raiders clash

Cronulla stars Will Kennedy and Jesse Ramein are both set to miss their Magic Round clash with the Raiders this weekend through suspension.

Jenna O’Hea lifts lid on Liz Cambage Opals incident

Former Opals captain Jenna O'Hea has confirmed claims that Liz Cambage told her Nigerian rivals to "go back to your third world country" in an incident that sparked a messy exit from the national program.

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