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Patty Mills on levelling up when it matters most

Patty Mills on levelling up when it matters most

IT’S A WEDNESDAY afternoon in early July and Patty Mills is driving through the streets of Melbourne. He’s just finished his final training session before flying out with his fellow Boomers teammates, first to Abu Dhabi, and then on to Paris for the Olympic...

Isaac Heeney and the pursuit of the ultimate prize

Isaac Heeney and the pursuit of the ultimate prize

ISAAC HEENEY AND I are walking through Centennial Park on a hot and sticky Sydney afternoon. It’s just over a week out from the opening night of the 2024 AFL season and as we leisurely make our way across the open parkland, Heeney is at ease, barefoot and shirtless....

Tyson Pedro and the search for your best self

Tyson Pedro and the search for your best self

IT’S NOT HARD to pick out Tyson Pedro at Ethos Fitness in Sydney’s Silverwater. Inside the simple glass box of a gym tucked away on the ground floor of a nondescript office building on an industrial street, I find him midway through a series of barbell hip-thrusters....

Uli Latukefu keeps on fighting

Uli Latukefu keeps on fighting

BOOM, BOOM, BOOM. There’s a scene in When We Were Kings, the seminal sports documentary about the 1974 title fight between Muhammed Ali and George Foreman, in which Foreman, then heavyweight champion of the world, is hitting the heavy bag. Each time Foreman sinks one...

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Ian Thorpe on Turning 40, and How Life Has Changed Over The Last Few Decades

Ian Thorpe on Turning 40, and How Life Has Changed Over The Last Few Decades

For many of us, it feels like yesterday when a teenaged swimmer named Ian Thorpe was toppling world records, seemingly at will. Yet that precocious soul has just turned 40 – and is ready now to peer both backwards and forwards on a remarkable life, one punctuated by great achievements and profound personal challenges. These days, something that speaks eloquently to Thorpe’s complexity and the costs imposed by a life in the spotlight is the nature of his most heartfelt yearning: to be able to see the world again through the eyes of a child.