Last week, Kathrine Switzer, the first woman officially to complete the Boston Marathon, back in 1967, ran the race again. Switzer, who was actually attacked by race official Jock Semple the first time she ran, wore the same bib number (261), lipstick (just as she had the first time) and completed the
Anthony Joshua mounted one of the great comebacks in boxing history to defeat Wladimir Klitschko last night and claim three heavyweight world titles. It had seemed all over for Joshua in the sixth round. By the 11th round, Joshua had recovered and unleashed flurry after flurry of punches to knock down
Klitschko admitted the best man won as he graciously accepted defeat.
A vote for the Australian Olympic Committee presidency this Wednesday could see John Coates being brought down. When comedian John Clarke died this month, the most frequent tribute clips came from his ABC television series The Games. In the lead-up to Sydney’s 2000 Olympics, Clarke parodied the organisers