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The Wallabies could face a damage bill after a staff member accidentally broke a door after their Test loss to Ireland.
Racing NSW will introduce a biological passport for horses similar to that used by WADA to detect gene doping in athletes.
World-title contenders Stephanie Gilmore, Sally Fitzgibbons and Tyler Wright all won their opening heats in Maui.
Wallabies captain Michael Hooper can expect special treatment from England's forwards in this weekend's Test.
2001 Australian Open champion Stuart Appleby has pulled out of this year's tournament with a back injury.
Rory McIlroy is back to defend his Australian Open title but admitted the US Masters is never far from his mind.
A team of NT amateurs from Darwin, Alice Springs or remote Borroloola could go head-to-head with A-League stars in next year's FFA Cup round of 32. The FFA has allocated one of the 32 available places in the first round of the cup to an NT team for the first time.
Check out Grandstand's run-down of the needs of all 18 teams ahead of the AFL draft.
Long touted as a future batting star, look back at some of Phillip Hughes's best innings with the willow for Australia.
Expert says young cricketers must learn evasive techniques for short-pitched bowling after the Phillip Hughes injury.
The AFL has overhauled its controversial tribunal system, saying the changes will make it more simple.
The ongoing round of Sheffield Shield games has been abandoned because of Phillip Hughes's serious injury.
Sergio Aguero's hat-trick saw Manchester City keep its Champions League hopes alive with a 3-2 win over Bayern Munich.
ABC Grandstand cricket commentator Jim Maxwell says Phillip Hughes's head injury, which has left him in an induced coma, is one of the worst the game has ever seen.
ABC Grandstand cricket commentator Jim Maxwell says Phillip Hughes's injury was a 'horribly fluky' occurrence.
NSW bowler Sean Abbott has received messages of support after his bouncer put Phillip Hughes in hospital.
England has named an unchanged 23-man squad for its Test match against the Wallabies at Twickenham on Saturday.
Cricket Australia is expected to confirm that hamstrung captain Michael Clarke will miss the first Test.
Test aspirant Phillip Hughes remains in a critical condition after being hit in the head by a cricket ball at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
India's opening tour match against a Cricket Australia XI ended in a draw with the visitors 144 runs ahead.