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HuffPost Australia Sports Editor Anthony Sharwood pads up against legendary Australian pace bowler Mitchell Starc, and survives.
Sam McClure previews all the footy action ahead of round 20 in the AFL.
Moana Hope is no ordinary athlete. At 29 years old, she works and trains for an astonishing 20 hours each day. That arduous schedule includes holding the position of marquee player for Collingwood FC in the AFL Women's competition, running her own traffic management business and acting as the primary carer for her younger sister. Livinia 'Vinnie' Hope was born with Moebius Syndrome.
If you search Google for images of Daniel Ricciardo, you get endless pics of the 27-year-old Australian Red Bull Formula One ace smiling. Seems like he's always in the best mood. But what's he really like in person? Here at the Huffington Post Australia, we thought we'd take him out of his comfort zone to find out. Our weapon of choice? A ping pong table. Interview by Anthony Sharwood. Video by Tom Compagnoni.
She first picked up a skateboard when she was eight years old. Now Poppy Starr is a world champion.
The Dauntless Movement Crew came together from the streets of Fairfield in Western Sydney. Six years later, Justin Kilic, Johnny Do, Natalie Siri, Joseph Carbone, Jimmy James, Johnny Do and Patrick Uy have taken their love of Parkour to the stage of the Sydney opera House. Video by Tom Compagnoni.
It’s not a case of ignore them and they’ll go away.
V8 Supercars Champion Jamie Whincup talks about how nutrition and healthy diet are key to motivation, well-being and success. he also takes HuffPost Australia's Chris Harrison for a spin. Video by Tom Compagnoni.
When we heard that Red Baron aerobatic ace Joel Haski planned to fly from Perth to Sydney upside down to raise money for Wings 4 Kidz, Chris Harrison decided to interview him in his element -- upside down.
Aerobatic pilot, Joel Haski from Red Baron, shows HuffPost reporter Aimie Rigas what it's really like to fly upside down.