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Inside Sport

Apr 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

Rugby league’s magical month

Winton is Kelly country

Nine rule changes for 2019 • ARTICLE COURTESY OF FOXSPORTS.COM.AU

PUNTERS CHANCE

Life in the Super League • Super League is often seen as the NRL’s ugly cousin, but the English competition has lots to offer: from outstanding atmosphere, warm beer, ancient stadia and Gallic flair. Don’t knock it unless you’ve tried it.

4 things you must not miss

Clubbies’ Top 100

SPORTSCOVER™ • ABOUT SPORTSCOVER

Graham Arnold as Socceroos coach • Was Graham Arnold given a dud hand at the 2019 Asian Cup, and therefore deserves more time, or should he never have been given the reins to the Socceroos?

2019 AFL Season

Ted Richards

HOT SHOT

HEADLINE acts • Victory and defeat, success and failure come and go, but stories are forever. What sustains AFL football, more than any other sport in this country, is the fascination of its stories: its cult figures, its urban myths, its characters, its dramas and its popular legends. This season will have its fair store of stories. Here are ten of the more intriguing ones.

DAYNE ZORKO • It’s been a decade since the Brisbane Lions last competed in the AFL finals. Here, their captain explains how his team can hurt sides this season.

TEAM PREVIEWS • Inside Sport never shies away from making brave predictions at the start of each footy season about what’s to come across the campaign ahead. In this tradition, here’s our crystal ball look at how your club’s fortunes are stacking up for 2019.

HURT SO GOOD • Rather than mope in the aftermath of another finals campaign to end in heartbreak, the resurgent, rebuilding Geelong Cats took a long, hard look at themselves over the off-season. The club reckons its fans will like what they see at Kardinia in 2019.

FREE SOLO • American rock climber Alex Honnold recently took on a 3,000-foot granite wall known as El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. National Geographic made an Oscar-winning documentary about his preparation. Here, Honnold shares with Inside Sport how he goes about such a thrilling endeavour … sans support ropes or any other type of safety gear.

CALEB EWAN • Known for his uniquely low sprinting position, Caleb Ewan is Australia’s fastest road cyclist and matches some of the world’s most decorated sprinters despite being only 24 years old.

THAT'S Des • There’s only one Des Hasler. Some players, fearful of his gruelling and innovative training techniques, are glad of that. The rest would bleed for him; they’re happy he’s back at Manly.

insider

RUN A MARATHON

WORTH A SHOT

HOT SHOT

“No one knows him in Sydney. They know me, the God.”


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

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  • Release date: March 13, 2019

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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

Rugby league’s magical month

Winton is Kelly country

Nine rule changes for 2019 • ARTICLE COURTESY OF FOXSPORTS.COM.AU

PUNTERS CHANCE

Life in the Super League • Super League is often seen as the NRL’s ugly cousin, but the English competition has lots to offer: from outstanding atmosphere, warm beer, ancient stadia and Gallic flair. Don’t knock it unless you’ve tried it.

4 things you must not miss

Clubbies’ Top 100

SPORTSCOVER™ • ABOUT SPORTSCOVER

Graham Arnold as Socceroos coach • Was Graham Arnold given a dud hand at the 2019 Asian Cup, and therefore deserves more time, or should he never have been given the reins to the Socceroos?

2019 AFL Season

Ted Richards

HOT SHOT

HEADLINE acts • Victory and defeat, success and failure come and go, but stories are forever. What sustains AFL football, more than any other sport in this country, is the fascination of its stories: its cult figures, its urban myths, its characters, its dramas and its popular legends. This season will have its fair store of stories. Here are ten of the more intriguing ones.

DAYNE ZORKO • It’s been a decade since the Brisbane Lions last competed in the AFL finals. Here, their captain explains how his team can hurt sides this season.

TEAM PREVIEWS • Inside Sport never shies away from making brave predictions at the start of each footy season about what’s to come across the campaign ahead. In this tradition, here’s our crystal ball look at how your club’s fortunes are stacking up for 2019.

HURT SO GOOD • Rather than mope in the aftermath of another finals campaign to end in heartbreak, the resurgent, rebuilding Geelong Cats took a long, hard look at themselves over the off-season. The club reckons its fans will like what they see at Kardinia in 2019.

FREE SOLO • American rock climber Alex Honnold recently took on a 3,000-foot granite wall known as El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. National Geographic made an Oscar-winning documentary about his preparation. Here, Honnold shares with Inside Sport how he goes about such a thrilling endeavour … sans support ropes or any other type of safety gear.

CALEB EWAN • Known for his uniquely low sprinting position, Caleb Ewan is Australia’s fastest road cyclist and matches some of the world’s most decorated sprinters despite being only 24 years old.

THAT'S Des • There’s only one Des Hasler. Some players, fearful of his gruelling and innovative training techniques, are glad of that. The rest would bleed for him; they’re happy he’s back at Manly.

insider

RUN A MARATHON

WORTH A SHOT

HOT SHOT

“No one knows him in Sydney. They know me, the God.”


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