Sydney to Hobart yachtie Vanessa Dudley on her passion for the high seas.
Matildas and Melbourne City defender Laura Alleway on the professionalism in women’s soccer.
Nathan Walker on being the first Australian drafted by an NHL team.
Olympic bronze medallist Rowena Webster on how she got her head back in the game.
Kelsey Cottrell on her meteoric rise to lawn bowls champion and keeping the sport alive.
Tarek Elrich on the A-League’s growing strength and doing his bit for charity.
Cricketer Grace Harris on smashing boundaries and her love of ice-cream.
As a soccer player banned for match-fixing seeks to have Football Federation Australia permit him to rejoin the game, a former FIFA integrity official warns such a move would make a mockery of the fight against corruption in the sport.
Melbourne-born Adam Gotsis on the high-pressure world of America’s NFL.
Fast bowler Liam Hatcher on being able to take as good as you give.
Endurance cyclist Sarah Hammond on the hallucinations that take hold on the road.
The Sydney Kings’ Jeromie Hill on the strength of our National Basketball League.
Emotion in motion: Sharni Layton on the heart she brings to the netball court.
Dan Rule on the lure of the hovering frisbee and the spirit of fair play.
Lauren Jackson on the intensity of being one of the world’s best basketballers, and the heartache of retiring.
It may not be long since FIFA itself was rocked by scandal, but now soccer’s world governing body is in Australia to push through reforms to Football Federation Australia.
World champion rower Gearoid Towey on the challenges facing elite athletes when they retire.
GWS Giants defender Nick Haynes ahead of his team’s qualifying final against the Sydney Swans.
Paralympian Amanda Reid on loving the thrill and speed of track cycling.
Australian Diamonds’ Natalie Medhurst on stepping up for her country and giving back to society.
North Queensland Cowboys’ Ben Hannant on the NRL’s future and being a proud father of six.
All-rounder Hilton Cartwright on choosing between batting and bowling, and playing for Zimbabwe, England or Australia.
Dual Olympic silver medallist and 2006 world champion and WNBA champion with Phoenix Mercury, Penny Taylor has her sights set on gold in Rio.
Winter Olympian Matt Graham on the inspiration to be drawn from watching his Summer Games compatriots.
V8 driver Chelsea Angelo on raw talent, sexism and going really, really fast.
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