Emma Quayle looks at how the first round of AFL national draft could pan out.
If one good thing is to come from something horrific, a leading helmet manufacturer hopes it is that cricketers will be persuaded to embrace a back-to-the-future design that better protects the base of their skull.
Dealing with parked cars can be one of the great challenges of urban cycling.
In Barbados in 1981, supremely obstinate English opener Geoff Boycott faced, without flinching, reputedly the fastest over ever bowled, delivered by Michael Holding, nicknamed Whispering Death. But some years later, when a journalist acquaintance told him about squaring up to bowling he could not see in a lowly village green match, Boycott was aghast.
Australian cricketers are continuing to rally around injured batsman Phillip Hughes, who remains in an induced coma in St Vincent's Hospital after being struck on the head by a cricket ball.
Rory McIlroy has made the stunning admission he did not think he would be able to return to world No.1 this year as his old sparring partner Adam Scott vowed to to keep pace with the Northern Irishman before their Australian Open shootout starting on Thursday.
Paramedics took 15 minutes to reach Phillip Hughes at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday as he lay critically injured on the field, and it took two calls to triple-0 to get them there.
Five years ago, another family found themselves in an agonisingly similar predicament to that now being faced by Phillip Hughes's loved ones.
Pakistan target a first innings 500-plus as NZ bowlers toil for little reward on the first day of the series-deciding test in Sharjah.
John Orchard was the man you mightn't recognise, but is the reason Phillip Hughes is still fighting for his life