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How training less helped Cam McEvoy get in career-best form at 30

How training less helped Cam McEvoy get in career-best form at 30

JUST THREE YEARS AGO, Cam McEvoy crashed out of the Tokyo Olympics in the heat stages, finishing 29th overall in the 50-metre freestyle, and 24th in the 100-metre freestyle. Then 27 years old, McEvoy was already on the older side for a sprint swimmer, and it looked a...

This is who’s heading to Paris on the Australian Olympic team

This is who’s heading to Paris on the Australian Olympic team

THE BIGGEST EVENT on the world’s quadrennial sporting calendar is rapidly approaching. From July 26th, more than 10,000 of the world’s premier athletes will compete in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris – and Australians make up a decent chunk of those vying for...

Dustin Poirier’s training and diet for UFC 302

Dustin Poirier’s training and diet for UFC 302

DUSTIN POIRIER'S UFC career isn't going to last forever. As much as fans would enjoy seeing the Louisiana Diamond swagger to the Octagon with James Brown’s ‘The Boss’ ringing throughout the arena on every main card – the coolest walkout song of all time, we might add...

On the ground and around town at Melbourne’s Global Football Week

On the ground and around town at Melbourne’s Global Football Week

IT WAS AROUND the time that Apostolos Stamatelopoulos neatly tucked away his second, and the All Stars' fifth, goal of the game that I realised how truly out of hand the proceedings during the A-League men’s All Stars match against Newcastle United had become. Thanks...

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Bobby Hill on chasing another premiership, overcoming cancer and the importance of Indigenous Round

Bobby Hill on chasing another premiership, overcoming cancer and the importance of Indigenous Round

Following a whirlwind couple of years that saw him become a father, recover from testicular cancer, win an AFL premiership in his first season with a new club and take home the Norm Smith medal for best on ground in last year’s grand final, Collingwood forward and Whadjuk-Ballardong Noongar man Bobby Hill is still pushing for more. As he explains to Men’s Health, that includes showcasing his culture on the nation’s biggest stage