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Inside Sport

Aug 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

FFA Cup breathing life into football

No time to waste in Bledisloe campaign

League livin’ in the ‘70s • Images from the 2015 book “Retro Rugby League” by Ian Collis, New Holland Publishers

PUNTERS CHANCE

4 things you must not miss

NBA Salary Cap • Basketball’s biggest stars make their most noteworthy moves in the offseason. But when it comes to changing teams in the NBA, it’s not a simple matter of naming a price – the league’s often arcane salary cap, the longest in effect in professional sport since it was instituted in 1984, has a major bearing on who goes where, and how much they can get.

English Premier League 2019-20

Coogee Dolphins

HOT SHOT

African appearance • Sudanese-Australian Majak Daw’s progression on Aussie rules’ biggest stage doesn’t just shine a positive light on the talents of a bright, new role model for an Australian minority group, it’s a lot more complicated – and important – than that.

BETTER WITH AGE • Here, we present a selection of some of the National Rugby League’s more … mature players, explaining along the way how they’re still carving it up on the field, how they’re proving to be inspirational leaders for their clubs, and what legacies they’ll leave when they finally decide to hang up the boots.

HOT SHOT

BE AFRAID • Having missed out on a spot in Australia’s World Cup squad, Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is well and truly fired up for this year’s Ashes series. England is in for it.

The WORLD at STAKE • Netball’s biggest events are no longer countdowns to inevitable Aussies vs Kiwis tournament deciders. This month’s World Cup in England will well and truly prove that.

THE BIG FIVE: 2019 NETBALL WORLD CUP

THE PROFESSOR • Inside Sport recently sat down for a chat with one of the all-time greats of world sport, Formula One legend Alain Prost. What this legendary Frenchman doesn’t know about F1 isn’t worth knowing, but even he’s excited about the possibilities at Renault, especially with a certain smiling Aussie at the wheel …

STAND TALL • A fixture in the martial arts community and founder of a leading Sydney dojo, Andy Dickinson has travelled the world to learn new ways of fighting, and of understanding. Even from his beginnings in martial arts as a bullied teen, Dickinson was drawn to the self-discovery he could achieve beyond the kicks and punches. Here, we present an extract and images from Andy’s fascinating book ...

DESERT CROSSING • You don’t have to be crazy to want to tackle an event like the annual Tatts Finke Desert Race, known as Australia’s toughest off-road assignment, but it can certainly help …

insider

THROW A DISCUS

WORTH A SHOT

HOT

“Ashes to Ashes, dust to dust, if Thomson don’t get ya, Lillee must.”


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: July 10, 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

INSIDE SPORT

20 things you might’ve missed

Freeze Frame

FFA Cup breathing life into football

No time to waste in Bledisloe campaign

League livin’ in the ‘70s • Images from the 2015 book “Retro Rugby League” by Ian Collis, New Holland Publishers

PUNTERS CHANCE

4 things you must not miss

NBA Salary Cap • Basketball’s biggest stars make their most noteworthy moves in the offseason. But when it comes to changing teams in the NBA, it’s not a simple matter of naming a price – the league’s often arcane salary cap, the longest in effect in professional sport since it was instituted in 1984, has a major bearing on who goes where, and how much they can get.

English Premier League 2019-20

Coogee Dolphins

HOT SHOT

African appearance • Sudanese-Australian Majak Daw’s progression on Aussie rules’ biggest stage doesn’t just shine a positive light on the talents of a bright, new role model for an Australian minority group, it’s a lot more complicated – and important – than that.

BETTER WITH AGE • Here, we present a selection of some of the National Rugby League’s more … mature players, explaining along the way how they’re still carving it up on the field, how they’re proving to be inspirational leaders for their clubs, and what legacies they’ll leave when they finally decide to hang up the boots.

HOT SHOT

BE AFRAID • Having missed out on a spot in Australia’s World Cup squad, Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is well and truly fired up for this year’s Ashes series. England is in for it.

The WORLD at STAKE • Netball’s biggest events are no longer countdowns to inevitable Aussies vs Kiwis tournament deciders. This month’s World Cup in England will well and truly prove that.

THE BIG FIVE: 2019 NETBALL WORLD CUP

THE PROFESSOR • Inside Sport recently sat down for a chat with one of the all-time greats of world sport, Formula One legend Alain Prost. What this legendary Frenchman doesn’t know about F1 isn’t worth knowing, but even he’s excited about the possibilities at Renault, especially with a certain smiling Aussie at the wheel …

STAND TALL • A fixture in the martial arts community and founder of a leading Sydney dojo, Andy Dickinson has travelled the world to learn new ways of fighting, and of understanding. Even from his beginnings in martial arts as a bullied teen, Dickinson was drawn to the self-discovery he could achieve beyond the kicks and punches. Here, we present an extract and images from Andy’s fascinating book ...

DESERT CROSSING • You don’t have to be crazy to want to tackle an event like the annual Tatts Finke Desert Race, known as Australia’s toughest off-road assignment, but it can certainly help …

insider

THROW A DISCUS

WORTH A SHOT

HOT

“Ashes to Ashes, dust to dust, if Thomson don’t get ya, Lillee must.”


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