The world's greatest Olympian versus a Great White predator.
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Maybe don't try this with the dishes at home, though.
The Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) says that even if a pay deal is reached, this summer's home Ashes series may still be scrapped. The long-running impasse between players and Cricket Austral...
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Peter Doohan, who famously took down reigning champion Boris Becker at Wimbledon in 1987, has died aged 56, just nine weeks after being diagnosed with motor neuron disease. Tennis Australia (TA) said...
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While data doesn't lie, it often doesn't tell the whole story either.
'Harmanpreet is angry. Harmanpreet is a monster.'
Footy fans come in all different shapes, colours and races -- and can love whoever they please.
The Australian surfing champion Mick Fanning, who was attacked by a shark two years ago at Jeffreys Bay in South Africa, was at the same spot to compete against Brazilian Gabriel Medina on Wednesday when they were called from the surf and their quarter-final was put on hold after a three-metre shark joined the line-up. Surfing was called also off on Tuesday when a two-metre mako shark was spotted breaching about 90 metres from competitors. .
The two met when Hannah was part of the 'Tren7's Kick for Kids' initiative.
It's exactly two years since he was attacked by a shark at the same event.
Boxing - Floyd Mayweather & Conor McGregor Press Conference - London, Britain - July 14, 2017 Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs
A Tour de France cyclist has revealed the impact racing has on his legs - and the internet is pretty concerned about it. Cyclist Pawel Poljanski shared an Instagram photo of his legs, covered in bulgi...
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Floyd Mayweather is defending himself after hurling an anti-gay slur at an opponent in front of 10,000 fans at London's Wembley Arena. To the dismay of the crowd, the 40-year-old boxer blasted UFC fig...
And how wrong they were about Julian Edelman.
Kate Middleton congratulated Roger Federer with not one, not two, but three kisses on the cheek after his Wimbledon win on Sunday. No, the duchess doesn't have a crush, and there was nothing unusual g...