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Nigel Owens is Now Correcting & Red-Carding Twitter Following a Misunderstanding

Nigel Owens Fires Back

Nigel Owens, a respected rugby referee, has become a whistle-blower on stupidity. The Welsh referee, who officiated the England v New Zealand semi-final, is putting Twitter users on blast. Reportedly, Owens had a “strong word” with a Twitter user who was confused by his Citroen ad. Apparently, the user thought the ad, featuring a bear, […]

Fed Cup 2019 Could Be Taken by Australia to Make Tennis History

Fed Cup 2019 Australia

The Fed Cup 2019 could actually come to Australia for the first time since 1974 thanks to Ashleigh Barty. As the World No1 tennis player, she’s got a big chance to take it and the odds are positive. Barty has managed a perfect 6-0 streak that could see Australia finally win something this year. All […]

CS:GO Money Laundering Shut Down by Valve Corp Game Developers

CS:GO Money Laundering

CS:GO money laundering is a pretty well-known rumour in the gaming community. After all, laundering through video games with micro-transactions is pretty hard to trace. As a result, Valve Corp have pulled the plug on the practice this week. Until this week, certain items in the game could be traded on Valve’s steam app. However, […]

ASADA Hires Former Players to Promote Drug-Free National Rugby League

ASADA NRL Campaign

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is making waves by hiring former National Rugby League players to educate teams about doping. Reportedly, awareness programs are going to be rolled out across Australia. Sam Tagataese, Chris Heighington and Luke Archer are currently receiving training in Canberra. According to ASADA boss, David Sharp, the agency wants to […]

US Grand Prix 2019 Winner & World Championship Results for F1 Season

US Grand Prix 2019 Highlights

The US Grand Prix 2019 closed out in dramatic fashion with some interesting race tactics. While Valterri Bottas took first place, Lewis Hamilton still won his sixth Championship title. Of course, there wasn’t much to stop him, even though he hasn’t placed in pole since July. All Hamilton needed was four points to win the […]

Final Results for the 2019 Melbourne Cup – Vow and Declare Takes the Cup

Vow and Declare win Melbourne Cup

Against all odds, Vow and Declare took the Melbourne Cup with odds of $11. This racehorse stunned bettors by coming in first with jockey Craig Williams. This is Williams’ first ever cup win and the first-place winner was stunned. In a stunning race, Vow and Declare jumped ahead of favourites Cross Counter and Mer De […]

Melbourne Cup 2019 Predictions & Odds are in from Respected Experts

Melbourne Cup 2019 Predictions

Melbourne Cup 2019 predictions are in and the international runners are expected to win. With the market narrowed to 24 runners, experts are weighing in. Of course, the odds are the most important, so we’re reviewing them for tomorrow’s races. As always, this is just speculation, so we recommend hedging bets for this year’s event. […]

Josh Glenn Receives a Four-Year AFL Suspension for Failing a Drug Test

Josh Glenn Suspension AFL

Josh Glenn is officially suspended from the AFL for four years after he failed a drug test. Following a match last year, Glenn tested positive for anabolic steroids. The former AFL-listed player claims he was taking steroids before he signed with Norwood. Therefore, he believes he wasn’t bound by the anti-doping code. However, he tested […]

England v South Africa Match Recap & Highlights for the Rugby World Cup

England v South Africa Match Highlights

England v South Africa was a shocking match that ended in a twist the English weren’t expecting. An arrogant England expected to recycle their New Zealand strategy, but they were left with no alternatives when the Springboks trampled them. It’s easy to see where the Roses went wrong, but the final score was a slap […]

Formula 1 2021 Reveals Rule Changes for Teams & New Car Designs

Formula 1 2021 Cars

Formula 1 2021 is going to be intense for fans and teams after F1 revealed their plans. According to reports, the changes are going to make the sport “more competitive and thrilling”. After the World Motor Sport Council approved the changes, Formula 1 informed the teams. Their new car designs are already making waves. A […]

UEFA Governing Body Slammed by Anti-Racism Groups after “Nazi” Incident Ruling

UEFA Governing Body Slammed

The UEFA Governing Body is being criticised by anti-racism groups for their “embarrassing” penalty against a Bulgarian team. In a recent match against England, the team reportedly made racist comments and Nazi salutes. After an investigation, they received a “paltry” fine and a one-stadium ban. Despite claims to “wage war on racists”, the UEFA governing […]

Animal Welfare Pushes for Whip Ban in Professional Horse Racing

A whip ban for all jockeys in horse racing is “inevitable” due to animal welfare interests. According to Racing Victoria’s chief executive, Giles Thompson, they will be banned in the next decade. He claims that a debate will continue until “whips are banned”. In addition, he says that whips will be “sustainable in the long […]

England Fined for Crossing Halfway Line during Rugby World Cup Haka Performance

England Fined for Haka Interruption

England is officially being fined for crossing the halfway line while New Zealand performed the Haka. During their semi-final against the All Blacks, some members of the English side stepped over the line. According to World Rugby rules, teams have to stay on their side of the pitch to receive a challenge. When the referee […]