Month: July 2018

Matildas Come Within Seconds of Upsetting Stars and Stripes

With it being just a matter of days before the English Premier League resumes, despite the fact that we are still out of breath following the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament, it is come to our attention that at least some, well, all of the clubs, have made some tweaks…Read More

NRL Winding Down as Players Mull 2019 Options

The Gold Coast Titans deserve credit for the effort. They might soon find their credit at the limit, however, as the recent buying spree that was necessary to retain Jarrod Wallace and the money spent to bring Shannon Boyd over from the Canberra Raiders emptied the coffers of the Titans…Read More

US PGA Last Chance for a Major This Season

Following the British Open, or as some would prefer us to refer to it, The Open, the last Major of the season is the US PGA Championship. Of the four Majors of the season, only the first, The Masters, has a static location. The others, including the PGA, move around….Read More

NSW Resident Sailor Carolijn Brouwer Salutes in Volvo Ocean Race

One thing about the wind: it blows with complete disregard for the gender of any who take to the water to compete against one another to determine the best sailor. Case in point: When the Dongfeng crew won the 45,000 nautical mile Volvo Ocean Race, an event held every four…Read More

Parkinson Decides to Leave World of Competitive Surfing

Mick Fanning will be joined by Joel Parkinson at the end of the year on the list of retired world champions. Fanning obviously grew tired of his role as entrée du jour for the sharks and it is hard to blame him for getting out before being swallowed entire. Parkinson…Read More

Woods Favours Links Courses Such as Carnoustie

Tiger Woods has expressed the view that the links style of course layout, such as the golfers will encounter in this year’s British Open at Carnoustie, might be his best shot at earning another Major title. Woods will tee it up for the first time in three years at The…Read More

Becker Says Djokovic can win More Slams Djokovic Through to Semis

Boris Becker, the all-time great tennis player out of Germany, the man who turned grass diving into an art form that produced Wimbledon victories in 1985, 1986 and 1989, had some thoughts to add to the results of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Becker has been a coach for Novak Djokovic…Read More

Wimbledon Moves Ahead but Men’s Final Might be Overshadowed

Serena Williams has justified the faith of the All England Tennis Club and moved into the semifinals after a 3 – 6, 6 – 3, 6 – 4 come-from behind win over unseeded Camila Giorgi of Italy. After Serena completes her task Saturday, she will head to Russia to help…Read More