Cricket Australia has been unable to broker a new pay deal with the Australian Cricketer’s Association.
Business Briefing: following the money in cricket.
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Rather than just admiring a good hit or delivery, there’s another way to analyse what’s happening on a cricket pitch. Cricket players are actually business people, in the sense that they’re weighing up…
Marc in het Panhuis demonstrating that surfers require fins in their surfboards for stability and control during manoeuvres.
Jones Beach Boardriders Club
3D printing looms as a gamechanger for the surfing industry as surfboard and fin technology become increasingly high-tech.
Latvian Jelena Ostapenko won this year’s French Open at the age of just 20.
The unpredictability of women's tennis in 2017 should make us strongly question the performance of the official rankings – and not simply the players’ performance.
Neglected and sub-par facilities are one of many barriers to youth participation in sport.
The first step in reviving a lost sporting culture is to involve young Australians in working out why sport has lost its appeal and how to reverse the decline in youth participation.
Best of 32 teams in 2014.
From 2026 there will be more teams, more matches - and more tickets sold.
Controversies over sport, gambling and TV have tended to overshadow changes to the anti-siphoning scheme.
The proposed anti-siphoning changes certainly shift the economic balance from free-to-air to pay-TV, as well as from government intervention in the sport TV market to more open market play.
Esports has become big business.
Beyond the glitz and glamour of the esports arena there are some serious issues with how its economy works and how this affects player well-being.
Indigenous children depicted in an etching playing the game of marngrook, which some have claimed inspired the game of Australian rules.
The revival of the idea of Indigenous influence on the origins of Australian rules football diverts attention from another, much more uncomfortable story about Indigenous relationships to football.
Leading Australian cricketers have indicated they may boycott forthcoming tournaments if no pay deal is reached.
Cricket has experienced its fair share of industrial drama over the years – and the 2017 dispute looks like a re-run of a brawl that enveloped the sport in Australia 20 years ago.
There are three ways to manage promotion to the top flight. Let QPR, Blackpool and Burnley guide you through the choices.
Logos of betting companies and the odds on sporting outcomes are now impossible to avoid, at the ground or on TV.
It is gambling, especially online and mobile, that has come into focus as sport’s most potentially damaging byproduct.
Lennon in action.
Help with psychological issues for elite performers is not about reacting when problems bubble to the surface.
The Gold Coast is preparing to host the 2018 edition of the Commonwealth Games.
Investing in staging sport is ultimately a matter of turning the entire host environment into a stage.
Perth Scorchers Sam Whitman at the Big Bash League T20 Grand Final match against the Sydney Sixers this year.
AAP Image/Richard Wainwright
Negotiations for the new media rights for cricket in Australia could see a change in how we watch games, and even be linked to a drop in people actually playing the game.
The cosy relationship between big sporting events and alcohol brands flexes too much muscle – and young people are suffering for it.
Oh so white.
Why is cycling such a white sport?
It's not all about United and City – sport defines Greater Manchester, boosts the economy and is essential to the overall health of the region.
Stars of one of sport's biggest success stories are slowly revealing the dangerous influence of Spice Girls-style postfeminism.
A fast-paced soccer game in Zambia.
Getting involved in sports-based projects offers young Zambians a sense of community and helps them to build new support systems.
Northamptonshire Steelbacks’ Alex Wakley bats during the final of the T20 Blast in 2016.
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Is the 20-over format a friend or foe for English cricket?