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This might be one bad break too many for Chris Lynn

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Chris Lynn's shoulder injury is just the latest in a long line of disappointments for the Twenty20 superstar. Will his body allow him to show his best again?

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FIFA delegates return home to consider embattled FFA's future

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The long and difficult road to reform in the running of Australian football will now take a short detour to Zurich.

Thursday, Feb 22

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Ski great Lindsey Vonn scatters grandfather's ashes near Olympic venue

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Lindsey Vonn won a bronze medal at the Winter Olympics — but the American ski great will always remember the Pyeongchang Games for other reasons after scattering her grandfather's ashes near the Olympic course.

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Analysis: Some sage words of advice for new ARLC chairman Peter Beattie

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Those who enjoy a warm feeling upon their entry to rugby league administration usually discover too late they are being burned at the stake. So here are some things to keep in mind when the inevitable faeces hits the cooling device from…

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Nova Peris unleashes on ASADA over daughter's drug test leak

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Olympic gold medallist Nova Peris is furious that her athlete daughter Jessica's positive result on a drug test was leaked and ASADA saw fit to issue a statement confirming the test, which is only half complete.

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Russian curling medallist disqualified after meldonium positive test confirmed

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The Court of Arbitration of Sport confirms Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky and his wife lose their bronze medals after he tests positive to meldonium.

ASADA confirms positive dope test for Australian sprinter Jessica Peris

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The anti-doping authority says Jessica Peris has a positive "A" sample from an out-of-competition doping test from last October, but the Australian sprinter says she will fight the allegations.

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How the Aussies fared on day 13 in Pyeongchang

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On a mixed day for the Australians in Pyeongchang, Sami Kennedy-Sim's strong start in the ski-cross competition proves a highlight.

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Jarryd Hughes to carry the flag for Australia at Pyeongchang closing ceremony

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Snowboard cross star Jarryd Hughes won his first Olympic medal in Pyeongchang — now he will carry the flag for Australia in Sunday's closing ceremony.

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Speed skaters and the athletes whose unusual bodies suit their sports

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With the lopsided shape of short-track speed skaters gaining attention, we look at the body parts of some other famous athletes, including Rafa Nadal's left arm and Ian Thorpe's feet.

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Barrie Lester is here to change your mind about lawn bowls

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Lawn bowls isn't just for grandmas and hipsters looking for cheap beer — it's an elite sport, and the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games-bound ambassador is on a mission to prove it.

Wednesday, Feb 21

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Is this the save of the season from Manchester United's De Gea, or the miss of the season?

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The highlight of an exciting 0-0 Champions League draw between Sevilla and Manchester United is a stunning point-blank save from Red Devils keeper David De Gea. But should striker Muriel have done better?

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Lynn injured again, but Aussies take out Twenty20 tri-series

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Australia has defeated New Zealand in a rain-disrupted tri-series final in Auckland, but just missed out on the number one ranking.

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Don't let gymnastics sex abuse happen in Australia, US Olympian says

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Triple Olympic gold medallist Aly Raisman, who stared down convicted sex abuser Larry Nassar, calls on all Australian sporting bodies to give athletes an independent avenue to report abuse.

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Leaked evidence brief alleges doping before 2015 Melbourne Cup

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A series of damning text messages included in an anti-doping evidence brief indicate there may have been cheating before high-profile horse races.

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Aussie Craine makes stunning skating debut at Winter Olympics

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Australian debutant Kailani Craine performs with the poise of an Olympic veteran, as she skates through to the medal program of the women's singles in Pyeongchang.

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'I almost died giving birth': Serena Williams reveals her health battle

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Serena Williams reveals she "almost died" while giving birth to her daughter Olympia last year, detailing the serious extent of the health problems she had to overcome.

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How Chelsea (nearly) masterminded the perfect game against Barcelona

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Struggling Chelsea boss Antonio Conte's master plan for beating Barcelona so very nearly resulted in the "perfect game" he was striving for — only for Lionel Messi to intervene yet again.

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The case for international T20s in the era of flashy franchises

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Debate is raging in the cricket world over the future of the international Twenty20 but, as Steve Wilson writes, it would be folly to throw out the global game for yet more domestic expansion.

Tuesday, Feb 20

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How the Aussies fared on day 11 in Pyeongchang

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A pair of gallant but ultimately unsuccessful efforts in the speed skating headlined day 11 for Australia — see how the Aussies got on in Pyeongchang.

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Russian curler Krushelnitsky's B-sample tests positive for meldonium

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Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky's second sample tests positive for the banned substance meldonium, with the Russian Olympic delegation at a loss to explain how the substance ended up in the athlete's body.

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Some of the worst wipeouts of the Winter Olympics so far

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The Winter Olympics is full of skilled athletes pulling off spectacular feats, winning gold and glory for their countries — but it doesn't always go smoothly.

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How a halfpipe skier who didn't do any tricks managed to qualify for the Olympics

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Elizabeth Swaney finishes last in the women's ski halfpipe final, but the 33-year-old will leave Pyeongchang having achieved exactly what she wanted — to compete at an Olympic Games.

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End of an era as Virtue and Moir win ice dance gold with final skate

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For 20 years, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have been ice dance partners — now the legendary Canadian pair have won a second Olympic title in their final competitive skate.

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SA soccer program aims to boost number of female coaches

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A program in Adelaide is hoping to attract more women into sports coaching to match the strong recent growth in women's sport.

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'Wardrobe issue' exposes French skater's breast during Winter Olympics routine

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The first notes of Ed Sheeran's Shape of You had just played when Gabriella Papadakis suddenly became aware that people were about to see a whole lot more of her shape than she had planned.

Monday, Feb 19

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Young team of Aussies on the rise at Winter Olympics

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Barring a big shock, Australia will miss out on gold in Pyeongchang, but a young brigade of medallists are showing the way to a bright Olympic future.

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Snowboarder Jess Rich, Aussie bobsleigh team just miss out on finals

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It was so near and yet so far for the Australians on day 10 at the Winter Olympics, with snowboarder Jess Rich and the two-man bobsleigh team missing out on finals.

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Australia's Blackwell calls time on cricket career at her peak

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Australian vice-captain Alex Blackwell says she will not be lost to the game after calling an end to her 15-year international cricket career.

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'I don't skip leg day': Quadzilla eyes next big race

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Fresh from the quickest 100 metre race by an Australian in more than a decade Trae 'Quadzilla' Williams is setting his sights on a sub-10 second sprint and shedding light on how he maintains his trademark leg muscles.