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Inside Sport

May 01 2019
Magazine

Celebrating over 20 years in print, Inside Sport is Australia's most highly awarded sporting publication, including the recipient of the prestigious Walkley Award for sport journalism. But that's not why sports fans love it. Inside Sport consistently tackles modern sporting issues and publishes awe-inspiring sports photography, every month. THAT'S why sports fans love it.

EDITOR’S LETTER

Inside Sport

20 things you might’ve missed

Freeze Frame

Banging on the door of Origin

Swapping Red for Blue

Five superstars of 2018-19

PUNTERS CHANCE

4 things you must not miss

Clubbies’ Top 100

SPORTSCOVER™ • ABOUT SPORTSCOVER

Sport of Thrones • Dragons? Ice zombies? Forget the fantasy stuff: Game of Thrones is all about what sports fans know all too well – who wins the title. As the epic comes to its conclusion, here’s our handy scorecard …

Golf’s May Major

George Rose

HOT shot

MAKING A FIVE-EIGHTH • Kalyn Ponga’s off-season move from fullback to five-eighth has divided the rugby league world. Will he nail it? Is he too young? Why move him from the one jersey to the six in the first place? There’s enough interest in the rising Newcastle Knights superstar’s transformation to make a hit TV series out of it. Here, we speculate how that would play out.

He’s Gawn • Max Gawn provides plenty to the oldest football club in the world: tap-outs galore and excellent around the ground service, mainly. But the key offering of one of the AFL’s premier ruckmen to the Melbourne Demons is hope.

HOT shot

NEXT BIG THING WHO’S ALREADY HERE • Those in the know don’t talk about Aussie Cameron Smith as if he’s on his way up. Watch him go at this year’s US Masters at Augusta. His is a game plenty of his rivals want. And he’s a good bloke to top it all off.

PLANET HOCKEY • Hockey on the international stage has changed forever, with the introduction of the FIH Pro League: an ambitious, new world-wide tournament running from January to June. It’s hockey, but not as we know it.

GLOBAL REACH • Are Super Netball’s generous import laws limiting opportunities for home-grown players in our star-studded domestic league, and in turn stifling Australia’s development on the world stage?

BOUND FOR GLORY • For 14 years Perth Glory has been the A-League’s big underachiever ... Coach Tony Popovic and onfield star Chris Ikonomidis finally have them primed for success.

insider

PUT THE TRY IN TRIATHLON

WORTH A SHOT

HOT shot

“I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been.”


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 100 Publisher: Nextmedia Pty Ltd Edition: May 01 2019

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Celebrating over 20 years in print, Inside Sport is Australia's most highly awarded sporting publication, including the recipient of the prestigious Walkley Award for sport journalism. But that's not why sports fans love it. Inside Sport consistently tackles modern sporting issues and publishes awe-inspiring sports photography, every month. THAT'S why sports fans love it.

EDITOR’S LETTER

Inside Sport

20 things you might’ve missed

Freeze Frame

Banging on the door of Origin

Swapping Red for Blue

Five superstars of 2018-19

PUNTERS CHANCE

4 things you must not miss

Clubbies’ Top 100

SPORTSCOVER™ • ABOUT SPORTSCOVER

Sport of Thrones • Dragons? Ice zombies? Forget the fantasy stuff: Game of Thrones is all about what sports fans know all too well – who wins the title. As the epic comes to its conclusion, here’s our handy scorecard …

Golf’s May Major

George Rose

HOT shot

MAKING A FIVE-EIGHTH • Kalyn Ponga’s off-season move from fullback to five-eighth has divided the rugby league world. Will he nail it? Is he too young? Why move him from the one jersey to the six in the first place? There’s enough interest in the rising Newcastle Knights superstar’s transformation to make a hit TV series out of it. Here, we speculate how that would play out.

He’s Gawn • Max Gawn provides plenty to the oldest football club in the world: tap-outs galore and excellent around the ground service, mainly. But the key offering of one of the AFL’s premier ruckmen to the Melbourne Demons is hope.

HOT shot

NEXT BIG THING WHO’S ALREADY HERE • Those in the know don’t talk about Aussie Cameron Smith as if he’s on his way up. Watch him go at this year’s US Masters at Augusta. His is a game plenty of his rivals want. And he’s a good bloke to top it all off.

PLANET HOCKEY • Hockey on the international stage has changed forever, with the introduction of the FIH Pro League: an ambitious, new world-wide tournament running from January to June. It’s hockey, but not as we know it.

GLOBAL REACH • Are Super Netball’s generous import laws limiting opportunities for home-grown players in our star-studded domestic league, and in turn stifling Australia’s development on the world stage?

BOUND FOR GLORY • For 14 years Perth Glory has been the A-League’s big underachiever ... Coach Tony Popovic and onfield star Chris Ikonomidis finally have them primed for success.

insider

PUT THE TRY IN TRIATHLON

WORTH A SHOT

HOT shot

“I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been.”


Expand title description text