Follow Kevin Carr’s extraordinary ultramarathon as he runs the Australian Nullarbor Plain
They are virtues that are paramount in all sports across the globe and should not be devoid from the limelight. We have seen a huge lack of it in recent days and it has caused a stir around the cauldron of the Gabba as Australia routed a paltry England in less than four days.
England beats Australia again – Alby Shale sets new world record with a little help from David Cameron
While most English cricket fans were trying to recover from the nerve-shredding Ashes victory at Trent Bridge, one man was embarking on inflicting an even more extraordinary Australian defeat.
How is a generation raised on a masochistic diet of Glenn McGrath-induced top-order collapses and hour after gritty hour of Ricky Ponting’s batting meant to survive on this new uncertain opposition?
Two thousand and eight hundred miles; the equivalent of running between Lands End and John O’Groats three times! This is the distance my husband and I have now run through the continent of South America.
Is this Australian boy who can run 100m in 11.72 seconds the world’s fastest 12-year-old?
At 4am on Thursday morning, myself, a Polish friend and two Englishmen will all begin the long and tiresome journey to Munich for a long weekend. After moving from the sunny shores of Australia to London two years ago, it comes as a bit of a surprise that I’m showing my European friends just what it is that makes Oktoberfest a place worth going to, and returning to, as I set forth into Beerfest for the second time in as many years.
In a hilarious and completely unintentional variation of the chest-to-chest gridiron-style celebration, Alasdair Strokosch and Joe Ansbro cracked heads with their poorly conceived choreography…
Why use the near-infinite pool of free information out there on the world wide web for some kind of greater good, when we could watch a group of obnoxious pretty boys pissing people off on their way home from work?
If you ask any sport-fuelled Australian who Allan Border was, you would most likely get a sentence along the lines of ‘the most intimidating / feared Australian to have graced international sport.’ As a batsman, he was devastating, as a captain he was a crusader to the national side and brought Cricket Australia out of a dark and troubling age.
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