Why the speed of fast bowling in cricket seems to have stalled.
Community sport is supposed to be a safe space for children to play. But rates of abuse are too high, and new research shows the many Australian children never talk about their abusive experiences.
David Beckham says he felt prepared for the nation’s wrath because of how he says he was treated by his father. It’s a familiar story in sport, but evidence shows controlling behaviour doesn’t work.
A trauma- and violence-informed approach calls for participants, coaches, managers and organizations to understand the effects of systemic, structural and interpersonal violence.
The jokes, memes and skits came thick and fast – but behind the humor were serious points.
Tyson Fury has a history of mental ill health, something which is reflected in his series, At Home With The Furys on Netflix.
Athletes and coaches often describe abusive behaviour as ‘tough love’.
Professional wrestling has a bigger cultural bootprint than many people realise. How is wrestling breaking records and why does it matter?
The characteristics that make an athlete successful can also lead to their downfall.
In a landmark Senate report, the government was urged to take a greater role in overseeing compliance of concussion rules across sports leagues. Details, however, were in short supply.
The Rugby World Cup kicks off this weekend with hosts France playing New Zealand. Here’s why the All Blacks are still favourites to win the tournament, despite not being the official top team.
New research shows that rugby players’ hamstrings are stiffer than active people who don’t play rugby.
Understanding our menstrual cycle and taking a proactive approach to our periods is vital to improving sports performance.
Imagine what female athletes could achieve if they were free from body pressure.
Money talks, and sportswashing often works. Some of football’s biggest names now call the Saudi Pro League home.
Women’s Super League clubs face troubling levels of debt.
The emotional realities experienced by women coaches are adversely impacting their ability to thrive in a culture that doesn’t recognize or support key parts of their work.
By examining the FIFA Women’s World Cup performances, we can gain insights into the efforts countries are making to address gender inequality beyond sports.
The IOC needs to look beyond gender parity and work with international federations to address athletes’ conditions of participation in sports to achieve true gender equality.
On August 6, the Australian Diamonds won the Netball World Cup for the 12th time – but it received a fraction of the coverage the Matildas are getting.