Farah trains with Blues ahead of Origin

Robbie Farah has had his first training session with NSW since breaking his hand last weekend.

Sutton to get scans on injured bicep

South Sydney are counting the cost of their loss to Penrith on Friday night, with veteran John Sutton to go for scans on a possible bicep injury.

No Blatter, no problem say World Cup organisers

By Steve Keating VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Players do not care who hands out trophies and the absence of embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter will not have any impact on the Women's World ...

McKinnon a guest at Blues training

Alex McKinnon was a guest at NSW training in Coffs Harbour on Saturday, with the Blues squad set to watch a TV documentary about his tragic injury.

Bernard Tomic lashes Tennis Australia

Australian No.1 Bernard Tomic has launched an extraordinary attack on Tennis Australia, claiming he's been abandoned by the governing body.

I can win Wimbledon, says Kyrgios

Australian Nick Kyrgios has surged into the last 16 at Wimbledon with a thrilling four-set comeback win over Canadian seventh seed Milos Raonic.

Japan and U.S. set for spicy World Cup final rematch

By Steve Keating VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The United States arrive at the Women's World Cup final battle-hardened and seeking revenge, while Japan enter Sunday's match determined to retain...

Resilient Hamilton just wants to be himself

By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - The hardest moment, the ultimate test have been overcome already and whatever else the season throws at Lewis Hamilton, the double Formu...

Serena tells Wimbledon fans to support Venus

London (AFP) - Serena Williams has called on fans to support her sister Venus when the two five-time Wimbledon champions meet in an emotional fourth round clash on Monday.

Ecclestone must help improve F1 image, says Mallya

By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has called on Bernie Ecclestone to work with teams to help "un-crap" Formula One if the commercial sup...