Cheers of encouragement are a great morale booster, but every marathon runner has fond memories of that spectator, the one who had the perfect snack or motivating words at a tough point in the race. Here’s how to be that angel.
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Australia's reputation for being the most sports-crazy nation on the planet is well earned and March is prime time for a number of sports. Cricket is coming up to the World Cup and Ashes, the NRL and AFL seasons kickoff and the F1 merry-go-round launches tomorrow in Melbourne. Here are some of the highlights and how to watch them.
UFC 234: Whittaker vs. Gastelum is about to begin! The spectacle kicks off at 10:30am AEDT, with the main card's first bell scheduled for approximately 2:30pm. If you aren't near a suitably-equipped venue with a TV, have no fear — you can live stream the match from your phone or laptop with just a few clicks. Here are the links.
It's a bit crazy in the US right now, but nothing will stop the Super Bowl, the iconic annual championship game for the National Football League. The 53rd Super Bowl (also known as Super Bowl LIII) is set to kick off in a few days' time, pitting the New England Patriots against the LA Rams.
If you're in Australia and want to tune in on the game and festivities, here's how you can do it. (Even if you're at work.)
On Monday (January 14), one of the world's biggest tennis events - the Australian Open - returns to the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne. If you're stuck at work when it's all happening or don't have access to free-to-air TV for whatever reason, we have you covered! Here's how to watch the 2019 Australian Open from your desk or on your mobile phone for free.
Now that we're past the busy period between when school holidays start and we have Christmas and New Years events to fill in the days, many families are struggling with keeping the younger members of the family busy. The ongoing chorus of "I'm bored" is being sung loudly across the land. So, what can we do to fill in the last three weeks before school holidays end without breaking the bank?
Summer is the best time of the year for sports fans - not just because there are some of the best international codes on in our backyard, but because there’s more time to sit back and enjoy them.
But it’s not called the festive season for nothing – it’s not hard to blink and suddenly, your calendar is full of social commitments that keep you from the couch. Fear not – now there’s a way to have your cake (summer plans) and eat it too (watch sport).