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23rd February, 14:15

Jiu-jitsu 'jedi' overcomes 'horrific' pain to set world record

Self-described "jedi" Damian Todd, who set himself the task of carrying out Brazilian jiu-jitsu against almost 200 challengers in 24 hours, overcomes a suspected cracked sternum to complete the epic feat.

23rd February, 13:35

Super Bowl-winning billionaire facing soliciting charges after massage parlour sting

Florida Police say the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots is among hundreds of people caught up in a sting aimed at curbing sex trafficking in the state's massage parlours.

23rd February, 09:10

Melbourne Rebels take a stand in tackling homophobia in sport

Super Rugby's Melbourne Rebels join forces with Monash University to help eliminate homophobic behaviour in sport, with a study finding offensive language is rife in junior rugby union.

23rd February, 08:00

Adelaide 500 build on track to deliver noisiest festival of Mad March

For 17 weeks of the year a veritable construction site rises and falls in Adelaide's Parklands and transforms the city's east into a carnival for petrol heads.

23rd February, 06:23

The internet's favourite author may have never existed. One fan fell down a rabbit hole to find him

Todd Noy was said to be a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and a towering figure in the online fan-fiction community. His books were delivered around the world. But he may have never existed.

23rd February, 06:00

Why pools are rectangular, and other fascinating things you didn't know about swimming

Scratch the surface of the history of swimming and you might find more than you bargained for — like why your local pool is shaped like a rectangle (hint: it's linked to Napoleon).

22nd February, 21:41

'I want to focus just on football': Hakeem al-Araibi rejoins Melbourne soccer club

Bahraini refugee Hakeem al-Araibi rejoins his Melbourne soccer team at a match for the first time since he was released from a Thai prison after an extradition ordeal lasting more than two months.

22nd February, 13:07

How a sneaker blowout cost Nike more than $2 billion

The world's largest sports shoemaker loses around $2 billion from its market capitalisation after the trainer of the hottest basketball prospect in the United States, Zion Williamson, explodes during a college game and injures his knee.

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