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Inside Sport

Jul 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

Djokovic's Wimbledon magic

Townsville's tropic thunder

Cooper calls time on brilliant career

PUNTERS CHANCE

4 things you must not miss

Sport docos • For when there’s no live sport on, here is Jeff Centenera’s guide to a fine bunch of new and recent true-life sporting tales which are as good as any game.

Tour De France 2019

Jana Pittman

HOT

ROCKY ROAD • From scallywag to maturing superstar, Melbourne Storm’s Cameron Munster hasn’t just found his feet in rugby league’s big-time, he’s scorched the Earth with them. He’s a passionate Queenslander who is proud of how far he’s come … and equally excited about what’s ahead.

ASH BRAZILL • The Collingwood Magpies’ superstar netballer discusses the key differences between AFL and netball as far as post-match recovery is concerned, and why the ’Pies have the squad to bounce back towards the top of Super Netball.

The VINTAGE CROP • Age shall not weary them … Well, in some cases it might, but these ten high-quality veterans are still standouts in the AFL in the symbolic, leadership and onfield presence stakes. Even in the sunset seasons of their careers, discount them at your peril.

OUR WORLD CUP HEROES • Win or lose, the Aussies have always got tongues wagging at cricket’s World Cup. Here are 11 good reasons why.

19 REASONS TO CATCH THE 2019 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP • As women’s football continues its global rise, the excitement surrounding the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France is at fever-pitch. To get you pumped up for what is already proving to be an incredible football festival throughout June, here are 19 interesting facts about women’s football and the World Cup, including its history, its nations, its mega-star players (including some of our very own Matildas) as well as some key records and stats behind the beautiful game.

CLAIRE O’BRIEN • Here, the 22-year-old mid-courter shares her personal journey: from suffering a horrific injury, to once again seeking a spot in Super Netball for the NSW Swifts.

HOT SHOT

STATE OF THE UNION • Rugby union is supposed to be dying, but what does that actually mean? The game they play in heaven has always been about more than Pay-TV deals and sponsorship revenue. A rich tapestry of rugby culture still exists and is keeping the game well and truly alive.

PACIFIC PROGRESS • Rugby league has benefitted from an exciting explosion of Polynesian talent in recent times. The next question is: when will the Pacific’s rise be felt across coaching and administration?

insider

DEVELOP INTO A LEADER

WORTH A SHOT

HOT SHOT

“Everyone’s after the fairy tale and I’m not going out to lose.”


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 12, 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

Djokovic's Wimbledon magic

Townsville's tropic thunder

Cooper calls time on brilliant career

PUNTERS CHANCE

4 things you must not miss

Sport docos • For when there’s no live sport on, here is Jeff Centenera’s guide to a fine bunch of new and recent true-life sporting tales which are as good as any game.

Tour De France 2019

Jana Pittman

HOT

ROCKY ROAD • From scallywag to maturing superstar, Melbourne Storm’s Cameron Munster hasn’t just found his feet in rugby league’s big-time, he’s scorched the Earth with them. He’s a passionate Queenslander who is proud of how far he’s come … and equally excited about what’s ahead.

ASH BRAZILL • The Collingwood Magpies’ superstar netballer discusses the key differences between AFL and netball as far as post-match recovery is concerned, and why the ’Pies have the squad to bounce back towards the top of Super Netball.

The VINTAGE CROP • Age shall not weary them … Well, in some cases it might, but these ten high-quality veterans are still standouts in the AFL in the symbolic, leadership and onfield presence stakes. Even in the sunset seasons of their careers, discount them at your peril.

OUR WORLD CUP HEROES • Win or lose, the Aussies have always got tongues wagging at cricket’s World Cup. Here are 11 good reasons why.

19 REASONS TO CATCH THE 2019 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP • As women’s football continues its global rise, the excitement surrounding the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France is at fever-pitch. To get you pumped up for what is already proving to be an incredible football festival throughout June, here are 19 interesting facts about women’s football and the World Cup, including its history, its nations, its mega-star players (including some of our very own Matildas) as well as some key records and stats behind the beautiful game.

CLAIRE O’BRIEN • Here, the 22-year-old mid-courter shares her personal journey: from suffering a horrific injury, to once again seeking a spot in Super Netball for the NSW Swifts.

HOT SHOT

STATE OF THE UNION • Rugby union is supposed to be dying, but what does that actually mean? The game they play in heaven has always been about more than Pay-TV deals and sponsorship revenue. A rich tapestry of rugby culture still exists and is keeping the game well and truly alive.

PACIFIC PROGRESS • Rugby league has benefitted from an exciting explosion of Polynesian talent in recent times. The next question is: when will the Pacific’s rise be felt across coaching and administration?

insider

DEVELOP INTO A LEADER

WORTH A SHOT

HOT SHOT

“Everyone’s after the fairy tale and I’m not going out to lose.”


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