ALEX Leapai’s comeback from his world heavyweight boxing title defeat by Wladimir Klitschko ended in disappointment Friday night as he was outpointed by American Malik Scott over ten rounds.
BASKETBALL legend Michael Jordan has dissed US President Barack Obama, calling him a “sh***y golfer” and a “hack”.
MIKE Tyson has revealed that he was sexually molested at the age of seven growing up in New York.
SHANE Smeltz is set to give Sydney FC added firepower as he prepares to make his bow for the Sky Blues on Sunday.
RED Cadeaux — the English warhorse who will compete in an incredible fourth straight Melbourne Cup next Tuesday — will be given every chance to chase the big riches on offer during The Championships.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA bowler Chadd Sayers made the biggest splash on an entertaining opening day of Sheffield Shield fixtures across the country.
WING weapon Chris Kuridrani is a monster and finally believing it himself can deliver Brisbane City a victory in Saturday night’s National Rugby Championship grand final.
AS surfers scrambled ashore after a shark sighting at a beach where a man lost an arm weeks earlier, there were fears for one man who remained in the water.
AN INDIAN activist is making his country beautiful, one street at a time.
THE bride is either genuinely devastated, or this couple about to be married are just part of an elaborate marketing ploy.
I am tipping the Sydney youngsters Hampton Court and Preferment to dominate Saturday’s Group 1 Victoria Derby at Flemington, but I am tipping the maiden galloper Preferment on top and not Hampton Court, the $2.60 favourite.
CHAMPION Sydney trainer Chris Waller said three-year-old classics like today’s Victoria Derby could become the race for local trainers as increasing numbers of international invaders target the Melbourne Cup.
GORAN Ivanisevic reckons that if you had asked him what he’d do once he retired from the game back in 2004, he’d shrug his shoulders and tell you he’d have no idea.
GEELONG captain Joel Selwood says the Cats will tackle their challenging draw for next season “head on”, declaring the club’s young brigade ready to rise to another level.