The Competition for Dollars, Who Will be Disqualified

At the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games a series of images were used to embody what is known as the Olympic Spirit. One such image was of Tanzanian Marathon runner John Akwhari who in Mexico in 1968 famously came staggering into

In Poor Taste

The mobile phone has caused many a sportsperson a headache in recent times following a tweet in the heat of the moment. Some have had unfortunate photographs taken of them on other people’s phones but how many have copped a

A win for Mayweather, But was it a Win for Boxing?

Sport is supposed to be clear cut, a winner and a loser, sometimes the loss is unlucky sometimes controversial. To many Floyd Mayweaher junior’s victory over Mannny Pacquiao was controversial. There are many who proclaim to know boxing who will

Social Media Responsibility

Former Wallabies Captain David Pocock won a whole new band of admirers over the weekend not thanks to his three tries against the Highlanders but because of his Twitter conversation with News Limited’s Miranda Devine. Devine tweeted following Pocock’s try

Time to Stop Censorship in Football

There are many involved in football who have not wanted to believe that today’s administrators in Australia want to not only muzzle the press but also control what the clubs and players under its control say. The Football Media Association