Coming up in November 2017 is the eagerly anticipated 2017-18 Ashes series against England. But the question for cricket widows everywhere is how do I respond to the constant love rival that comes in the form of eleven men, some bats and a cricket ball?
The biggest sports in this country are AFL and Rugby League, both of which involve hard hits, scuffles and more testosterone than you’ll find in the free-weights section of a city gym. But female sport is also on the rise.
The 2017 Australian Open will be taking place between 16 and 29 January in Melbourne Park and will feature all of our favourite singles and doubles players. Of course, by favourite, we actually mean most good-looking.
Most people find it impossible to stick to a New Year’s Resolution related to improving their health and fitness. But there are some pretty simple and inexpensive ways to get fit this year and you may even have a little fun along the way.
With the men’s team currently doing the business in the three-match Test series against Pakistan, now seems as good a time as any time take a look at the past 12 months for our own Southern Stars Women’s Cricket Team
Hayley Chapman made her Olympic Pistol Shooting debut at the 2012 London Games, but narrowly missed out on qualifying for Rio this year. Initially, she was devastated but today, Hayley is more driven than ever to make it back onto the world stage.
We all know that the most important thing about exercise is that we get enough of it, but how do you get yours? Are you a fan of working out by yourself or do you prefer playing a team sport because it ties together exercise and socialising?
It’s just an old horse race, right? There are plenty of races run every day. So what on earth is it about the Melbourne Cup that captivates the entire attention of the Australian people?
According to Goodlife Health Clubs National Group Fitness Manager, Melissa Guest-Smith, this year it’s all about strength training and quick-burst training regimes.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, more than 50% of Australians aged 50 and over participate in regular sport or physical recreation.
Australian Olympic Cyclist, Anna Meares (pictured) was named the 2012 Women’s Health (most popular) Sports Woman of the Year, at the I Support Women In Sport awards held in Sydney last night. The only award of the night not decided by the voting public, went to Paralympian Jacqueline Freney who’s stand-out performance at the 2012 […]
Baseball is now the fastest growing sport in Australia and the Australian Baseball Federation’s only female board member, public relations and marketing expert Yasmine Gray, has set her sights on the goal of establishing baseball in the hearts and minds of this sport loving nation. With baseball now the fasted growing sport in Australia, President […]