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THERE’S NEVER A dull moment in Formula 1 Racing. The 2023 season wrapped up just over a week ago with a result that surprised absolutely no one. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen secured the driver’s championship for himself, and the constructor’s championship for his team,...
THERE’S AN UGLY TRUTH in rugby union. No matter the amount of protective equipment used, or the amount of rule changes brought into place, head injuries are a pervasive and often unavoidable blight on the sport, with an impact that extends far beyond the playing...
PICTURE THIS: you're sitting in a sold-out stadium full of crazy, jubilant fans as your team clinches a win in the dying seconds of an important game. You're screaming your lungs out, united in collective joy with thousands of total strangers, all of you giddy on a...
THE BRONNY JAMES show is back in business. Four months after suffering a cardiac arrest, LeBron James’ eldest son has been cleared by doctors for a full return to the court. The University of Southern California (USC) freshman is expected to make his collegiate debut...
THEY SAY YOU shouldn’t put all your eggs in one basket. Not to bet it all on one roll of the dice. And that it pays to be a jack of all trades. Pick your idiom on the subject—there’s plenty of them—but they all share the same message: it’s vastly beneficial to spread...
The Aussie NFL star has a killer set of lungs on him.
Kyle Chalmers on silencing internal pressure, overcoming obstacles and creating a life outside the pool
With his world championship victory earlier this year, Kyle Chalmers, ambassador for Wahl Australia, finally accomplished swimming’s coveted triple crown. That is, winning a gold medal at the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, and world championships, all in individual events. Chalmers’ journey to this point has been taxing to say the least, but he’ll be damned if he finishes it without another push.
Richie McCaw made a career of doling out batterings and bruises on the rugby field, and the legendary former All Blacks captain has taken a similar all-out approach to his fitness since retiring. As an F45 ambassador, McCaw keeps finding new ways to push himself, and he’s reaping the rewards.
Rising Aussie surfer Ethan Ewing has won his second World Surf League title, taking out the venerable Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach in Victoria, 40 years after his mother won the same event.
The F1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne provided all the drama we’ve come to expect from this most exhilarating of sports. MH went behind the scenes to chat to two legends of the sport, Mark Webber and Sir Jackie Stewart, about the state of F1 today, the impact of Drive to Survive and why the exquisite balance of timing, precision, risk and reward make this arguably the most thrilling sport on earth.
You can make an excellent living on the ATP tour by maintaining a ranking in the top 30 or so. But that kind of thinking simply doesn’t compute for the indefatigable Alex De Minaur, who will shrug off brutal losses and do whatever it takes to fulfil his potential.
With two world championship titles and an Olympic medal under his belt, Fred Kerley still isn’t satisfied. After tearing up the track down under, Kerley is confident he can dominate this year’s world championships and next years Olympics, he tells Men’s Health.
We already knew the 2026 FIFA World Cup would be unlike any other with the tournament expanding to 48 teams. Now FIFA has announced a string of changes that will shake up the competition even further, revealing a new format featuring 12 groups and 104 total matches.
After years of wishful thinking, Football Australia has finally laid down plans for a 10-16 team second tier professional league that will eventually feature promotion and relegation.
Sydney Kings superstar and NBL MVP Xavier Cooks has become the latest Aussie to make it to the NBA. Cooks’ road to the world’s best basketball league has been full of ups and downs and has taken him around the world. This is how Cooks’ perseverance has taken him to the top.
It’s no secret that Australians love social sport. But with over 50,000 sport-related injuries every year, injury prevention needs more attention. Preseason strength training is the key to ensuring an injury-free 2023.