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Indigenous runners gear up for the ride of a lifetime Robert de Castella, a champion in his own right, is full of pride about the Indigenous Marathon Project he launched in 2010. Since then he has mentored and led the way in creating new opportunities for a host of Indigenous Australians. This year is no different although de Castella seems to be brimming with more pride than usual if that is possible. We couldn't agree more with him when he praises the efforts of all the people who have participated in the Indigenous Marathon project. In our eyes,... Read more
By now we should have known exactly where Anthony Mundine stood. But as we all know his fight with the great Shane Mosley fell to pieces The fight with Mosley ended in disarray because the Russian promoter failed to honour the contract with Mosley. The American fighter was supposed to be…
Australia survived a significant early scare to open their Rugby League World Cup campaign with a hard fought 28-20 win over a spirited England in Cardiff last Saturday and it was again the brilliance of Johnathan Thurston and the exuberance of Andrew Fifita in his debut match that paved the…
Indigenous All Stars coach Michael O'Loughlin was left feeling sick in the stomach after his team suffered a record 79 point loss to Ireland in the second international rules Test in Dublin last Saturday. Australia was embarrassed 116-37 at Croke Park resulting in the biggest series defeat ever, with the all-Indigenous…
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