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Inside Sport

Feb 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

20 things you might’ve missed

Freeze Frame

Still setting the standard

Rivalry revs up the engines

Crucial moment for ultimate Victory

AFLW 2019

PUNTERS CHANCE

NFL Terminology • If the only American football you watch all year is the Super Bowl, you’ll hear a lot of new terms. Read on to catch up with the lingo …

4 things you must not miss

Getting Out The Vote

ABOUT SPORTSCOVER

Cadel Evans

HOT SHOT

Muttiah Muralitharan

Left-arm compliment

Bringing up bats • The Australian Test team has been left scrambling to find enough batsmen to fill the top order. But if we ignore how young players are being developed, writes IAN CHAPPELL, it’s a problem we’ll have to get used to.

CRICKET TERRITORY • Come the second match of the Australia-Sri Lanka series at Manuka Oval, and dreary, unloved Canberra becomes an honest-to-goodness Test host. For our correspondent, who grew up on the wickets of the capital, it’s a head-spinning moment in the spotlight – and proper recognition of cricket’s reach to the nation’s places in-between.

INITIAL here • With the visit of a Sri Lanka touring side, cricket fans get to indulge in one of the game’s small delights – the tradition of figuring out who’s who on the scorecard.

THE WONDERDOGS SRI LANKA’S CRICKET HEROES

TURNING UP • The win was a formality for Sri Lanka before the doors started sliding. Suddenly the Big Door seemed far off. In the whirling chaos, Australia snatched victory, a portly all-rounder became a match-winning leg-spinner and revolutions were under way. That’s a lot of spin for a little Test.

AUSTRALIA VERSUS SRI LANKA 1ST TEST • Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo August 17-22, 1992

HOT SHOT

OPEN HOME • Jelena Dokic’s career, in all its bitter lows and occasional highs, has given her a profound sense of perspective. As the nation’s venerable tennis championship undergoes a big shift over the airwaves this summer, she’s keen to share her insight, and sat down with Inside Sport to talk Serena, the veterans versus the next big things, and what life is like for an ex-tennis prodigy.

DOKIC AT THE OPEN

RHYSE MARTIN • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs’ emerging star and goal-kicking backrower shares his thoughts on the off-season training workload of NRL players, and how the Dogs can build on their promising finish to 2018.

GAME CHANGERS • 2018 was a year of massive change. Whether socially, politically or economically, sport’s goalposts shifted on so many fronts. Over the following pages we take a look at the main change agents, who just may have altered the way the world does sport forever.

FOCUS ON THE MOMENT

WORTH A SHOT

GEOFF LEMON

WINX THE AUTHORISED BIOGRAPHY • BY ANDREW RULE, ALLEN & UNWIN, $44.99

RALPH DOUBELL: DO NOT WORRY, IT IS ONLY PAIN • BY MICHAEL SHARP, STOKE HILL PRESS,

BIG BASH SUPERSTARS • BY DANIEL LANE, ALLEN &UNWIN, RRP: $29.99

WIT & WISDOM OF THE COACHES • BY EAMON EVANS, HARDIE GRANT, $19.99

HOT SHOT

WORD PLAY


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: January 9, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Sports

Languages

English

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

20 things you might’ve missed

Freeze Frame

Still setting the standard

Rivalry revs up the engines

Crucial moment for ultimate Victory

AFLW 2019

PUNTERS CHANCE

NFL Terminology • If the only American football you watch all year is the Super Bowl, you’ll hear a lot of new terms. Read on to catch up with the lingo …

4 things you must not miss

Getting Out The Vote

ABOUT SPORTSCOVER

Cadel Evans

HOT SHOT

Muttiah Muralitharan

Left-arm compliment

Bringing up bats • The Australian Test team has been left scrambling to find enough batsmen to fill the top order. But if we ignore how young players are being developed, writes IAN CHAPPELL, it’s a problem we’ll have to get used to.

CRICKET TERRITORY • Come the second match of the Australia-Sri Lanka series at Manuka Oval, and dreary, unloved Canberra becomes an honest-to-goodness Test host. For our correspondent, who grew up on the wickets of the capital, it’s a head-spinning moment in the spotlight – and proper recognition of cricket’s reach to the nation’s places in-between.

INITIAL here • With the visit of a Sri Lanka touring side, cricket fans get to indulge in one of the game’s small delights – the tradition of figuring out who’s who on the scorecard.

THE WONDERDOGS SRI LANKA’S CRICKET HEROES

TURNING UP • The win was a formality for Sri Lanka before the doors started sliding. Suddenly the Big Door seemed far off. In the whirling chaos, Australia snatched victory, a portly all-rounder became a match-winning leg-spinner and revolutions were under way. That’s a lot of spin for a little Test.

AUSTRALIA VERSUS SRI LANKA 1ST TEST • Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo August 17-22, 1992

HOT SHOT

OPEN HOME • Jelena Dokic’s career, in all its bitter lows and occasional highs, has given her a profound sense of perspective. As the nation’s venerable tennis championship undergoes a big shift over the airwaves this summer, she’s keen to share her insight, and sat down with Inside Sport to talk Serena, the veterans versus the next big things, and what life is like for an ex-tennis prodigy.

DOKIC AT THE OPEN

RHYSE MARTIN • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs’ emerging star and goal-kicking backrower shares his thoughts on the off-season training workload of NRL players, and how the Dogs can build on their promising finish to 2018.

GAME CHANGERS • 2018 was a year of massive change. Whether socially, politically or economically, sport’s goalposts shifted on so many fronts. Over the following pages we take a look at the main change agents, who just may have altered the way the world does sport forever.

FOCUS ON THE MOMENT

WORTH A SHOT

GEOFF LEMON

WINX THE AUTHORISED BIOGRAPHY • BY ANDREW RULE, ALLEN & UNWIN, $44.99

RALPH DOUBELL: DO NOT WORRY, IT IS ONLY PAIN • BY MICHAEL SHARP, STOKE HILL PRESS,

BIG BASH SUPERSTARS • BY DANIEL LANE, ALLEN &UNWIN, RRP: $29.99

WIT & WISDOM OF THE COACHES • BY EAMON EVANS, HARDIE GRANT, $19.99

HOT SHOT

WORD PLAY


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