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Alun Wyn Jones set to become Wales' most-capped player [Video]

Alun Wyn Jones set to become Wales' most-capped player

Wales skipper Alun Wyn Jones will become Wales' most-capped player when he leads his country against the Wallabies in Tokyo on Sunday. However, he says while the achievement is welcomed on a personal..

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'Something special', Australia celebrate fifth T20 title

Alyssa Healy said she hoped the Women's T20 World Cup final would be a game-changer for her sport as the Australia team celebrated their fifth title and a record-breaking final at a ceremony in the..
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Sport Australia admits it misled Senate inquiry over sports funding program

The government body that administered the sports grants scheme told the Senate it had received one email with approved projects when the election was called. Two had been sent.
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Sport-Australia minister urges calm as virus looms over F1, major events

Australia's health minister on Friday urged the sports-mad country not to fear being infected by the coronavirus when attending major events such as Formula One's season-opening Grand Prix in Melbourne..
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The former boss of Sport Australia will face the 'sports rorts' inquiry

An inquiry into controversial sports grants will hear from a former senior bureaucrat and the health department.
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Sport Australia says PM's office had no direct role in grant assessments

A Senate committee also heard former sport minister Bridget McKenzie's office formally approved some projects after the government had entered caretaker mode.
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On track: Meet the data startup gunning to reshape global motor sport

Australia's car manufacturing industry may be dead, but one local startup hopes its new data platform will put it on the inside track.
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'He tried to interfere': Coates reveals depth of rift with Wylie

The long-time Australian Olympic Committee president and Sport Australia chairman have not been on speaking terms for years.
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Brumbies and Reds finally deliver hope for Australian rugby

Brumbies coach Dan McKellar hoped the 2-1 record for Australian teams at the weekend would start shifting negative attitudes to the sport in Australia.
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Lost leaders: Women's sport is growing but where are the female coaches?

Women's sport continues to grow in Australia but female coaches continue to be left out in favour of male colleagues, especially at the elite levels.
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Australia bickers about athlete funding as Tokyo looms

If bickering over funding was an Olympic sport, Australia would be in line for a gold that might help slow the nation's seemingly inexorable slide down the medals table.
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'Relevance deprivation': Olympics boss fires back at Sport Australia

Funding cuts are back in the spotlight with just five months to go until the Tokyo Olympics.
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Australian Sports Commission hits back after criticism of budget, AIS

The ASC says it does more than anyone to fund Olympic sport in Australia but knows the ailing Australian Institute of Sport needs a significant refresh.
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Ad hoc funding and 'ghost town' Institute of Sport at centre of Sport Australia's woes

Sport is a mere “rounding figure” in the federal budget, it has been pointed out.
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Wheelchair basketball faces expulsion from Tokyo Paralympics

Wheelchair basketball could be sensationally expelled from this year's Tokyo Paralympics in a predicament for the popular sport that Paralympics Australia describes as "extremely troubling".
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Sport Australia exec's tennis link serves up twist in grants saga

As Senator Bridget McKenzie resists calls to go, the Sport Australia executive who oversaw the Community Sport Infrastructure grants program has already left.
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CBD Melbourne: Talk about a hot seat

Melbourne-based numbers man Rob Dalton is expected to be named Sport Australia's new chief executive as early as today, replacing long-time administrator Kate Palmer.
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New boss for Sports Australia

Bleak City numbers man Rob Dalton will be named Sport Australia's new chief executive as early as today, replacing long-time administrator Kate Palmer.
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