sport

sport July 14, 2018

Gaming machine: Brandon ‘Claire’ Nguyen, 20, eSports player

Brandon “Claire” Nguyen on giving up a ‘normal life’ for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play eSports full-time.

cycling July 7, 2018

Scratch work: Amy Cure, 25, cyclist

World champion and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Amy Cure on what it takes to be the best on two wheels and her hunger for Olympic glory.

sport June 30, 2018

Keeping the faith: Dejen ‘DJ’ Gebreselassie, 25, runner

He was born in a refugee camp in Sudan; now he represents Australia on the world stage. Dejen Gebreselassie explains his pride in his adopted home and the healing power of running.

afl June 30, 2018

Indigenous players and the AFL

Five years ago guidelines were established to help Indigenous AFL recruits throughout their careers. But with little being done, a group of ex-players has now decided to turn words into actions.

sport June 23, 2018

Tall in the saddle: Emma Booth, 27, equestrian

After a horrific car accident left her unable to walk, Emma Booth had just one goal – getting back on a horse and representing Australia at the Paralympics.

sport May 5, 2018

Molly’s game: Molly Taylor, 29, rally driver

Molly Taylor on the cruelties of motorsport and why rally driving never gets boring.

union April 28, 2018

Throwing in the Powell: Joe Powell, 24, rugby player

Joe Powell on getting the call-up for the Wallabies.

sport April 21, 2018

Life on the edge: Rhiannan Iffland, 26, cliff diver

Rhiannan Iffland on the mental and physical challenges involved in plunging from a five-storey-high cliff.

netball April 14, 2018

Ring master: Caitlin Thwaites, 31, netballer

Australian Diamonds’ Caitlin Thwaites on netball’s growing success, joining the Collingwood Magpies and managing her inner demons.

soccer April 7, 2018

Bridge building: Mark Bridge, 32, soccer player

A-League striker Mark Bridge on success with the Western Sydney Wanderers, lost opportunities with the Socceroos and his favourite goal.

sport March 31, 2018

The Mayor: Stewart McSweyn, 22, runner

From a cattle and sheep farm on King Island to the 2018 Commonwealth Games: Australian 10,000 metres champion Stewart McSweyn hits his stride.