Gwangju 2015: Australian water polo girls taste golden success at the Universiade

Australia takes on Russia in the women's semi-final (photo: Davis Harrigan)

Australia takes on Russia in the women’s semi-final (photo: Davis Harrigan)

One of the ultimate successes at a global sporting competition is to take home a gold medal.  To do so by saving three Canadian penalty shots is a bonus, and if Lilian Hedges, the Australian women’s water polo goalkeeper, will remember one thing above all else, it will be those crucial moments in the shootout on the penultimate day of the 28th Summer Universiade. Continue reading

Gwangju 2015: Double gold for France is a night to remember

France's three fencing medal winners (photo: Davis Harrigan)

France‘s three fencing medal winners (photo: Davis Harrigan)

Two fencing gold medal matches, two gold medals.  France’s colours flew in full force on Sunday at the Kim Dae-jeung Convention Centre, where Yannick Borell and Jeromine Mpah NJanga clinched victories in the men’s epee individual and women’s foil individual events. Continue reading

AFL: 2012 Grand Final Review: Sydney v Hawthorn

The 2012 AFL Grand Final will go down in history as yet another scintillating clash.  This time, the Sydney Swans defeated Hawthorn by 10 points in the dying minutes to clinch an emotional victory.

It is the Swans first premiership since 2005, denying the minor premiers the Hawks their shot at the flag. Continue reading