Lovemore overcame racism and police violence to become a champion boxer, now the courtroom is his ring
Lovemore Ndou suffered horrific abuse from police in South Africa when a white woman flirted with him. The Sydney-based lawyer made a vow in his hospital bed which led to some extraordinary achievements.
W-League's next generation already showing Matildas credentials
The first three rounds of the W-League season have produced some jaw-dropping moments and spectacular goals, with the next generation of players showing they've got what it takes to become one of the Matildas.
Patience a virtue as rain interrupts fourth Test between Australia and India
Wet weather leads to an early end to play on day two in Brisbane, while young Australian all-rounder Cameron Green continues his Test cricket education with both bat and ball, writes Russell Jackson.
Ian Chappell warns the tide could turn for 'extremely lucky' Marnus Labuschagne
Ian Chappell says Marnus Labuschagne — who has seen five catches dropped off his bat this series — will soon face challenges in his career when his run of good fortune at the crease comes to an end.
Brisbane thunderstorm wipes out final session on day two at the Gabba
Australia puts together a formidable first-innings score of 369 on day two of the must-win fourth Test at the Gabba.
Flipping the double header on its head could increase eyeballs on the women's game
Women's matches have often acted as curtain raisers, but Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers have reversed the order for Saturday's Sydney derby, which could increase interest in the women's game.
Qigong used to complement COVID-19 and cancer treatment. Tara calls it a mental 'game-changer'
Practising Qigong was prescribed to help people in Wuhan manage mild cases of COVID-19. It's also been shown to improve a cancer patient's quality of life. For Tara and many others, the mental and physical benefits have been life-changing.