Wamuran’s Jodie Kenny says it would mean everything to be able to add a third Olympic campaign to her career in the green and gold.
Rising star Mikayo Mundy says he’d love to see wakeboarding on the Olympic stage in the future and to represent his country at the sporting mecca.
Sunshine Coast product Isobel Dalton says she is hungry to play a pivotal role in her return to Brisbane Roar, with time abroad boosting her game.
While there’s still some unknowns, USC Rip City coach Nathan Arousi expects the level of professionalism and standard of play to “skyrocket” under the newly introduced NBL1.
While he only started carving up local waters five years ago, teenager Mikayo Mundy can already lay claim to being one of the world’s best.
A trio of Sunshine Coast athletes are in the running for top honours in the Paddle Australia 2019 Annual Awards.
Yandina captain Kerryn Matthews says the injection of experience has been a welcome lift to the Pioneers.
Falcons coach Sam Mawhinney says the departure of try-scoring machine Jon Reuben is a huge loss to the club, but has backed rising talent to fill the gap.
In just over two short years Vow and Declare has transformed from a horse that couldn’t be sold for $60,000 into a coveted Melbourne Cup champion.
Corbould Park trainers John Symons and Sheila Laxon have high hopes So Dapper won’t just be one to watch today but at major meets in future.