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Clubs are Crucial to the Community

Is Australia losing its competitive spirit, or simply following a worldwide trend? The recent Roy Morgan Research data revealed that only one in five Australians over the age of 14 regularly play competitive sport, a figure that is down 27%

Podcast #25 – Gridiron, Squash, Kabaddi and so much more…

Time for another Podcast and for this episode we have two fantastic guests. First up we have Phoebe Schecter, American born, yet she had never played Gridiron until she moved to the UK. She is now not only Captain of

This Sporting Life

If current players influence the players of the future, and the top coaches of the past and today influence many coaching and planning to coach, who influences sports administrators? This may seem a strange question, but personally I am greatly

More than a Numbers Game

Pakistan has never been a powerhouse Olympic nation. It has won just ten Olympic medals since first competing at the 1948 Games in London. Pakistan’s first medal came in field hockey at the Melbourne Olympic Games in 1956 when it

The Politics of Sport Could Learn from the Sport of Politics

If sports people are to be held up as role models, then so too should our politicians and leaders of industry. Equally if our politicians are to be held accountable and expected to be transparent with how they spend tax