Lady Gaga lights up the Superbowl in Versace

It’s one of the biggest sporting events on the globe with the Superbowl drawing in a crowd of millions and a halftime show that never fails to deliver on style and panache. The sport becomes a secondary showing for half an hour in-between halves with the stage previously playing host to Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry and many more, with 2017 introducing the latest … Continue reading Lady Gaga lights up the Superbowl in Versace

The Future is Female: AFLW

The conversation surrounding women in sport is often fiery and divisive of its audiences. Female athletes are strong, fierce and capture audiences when given a platform to do so. In 2017, the Australian Football League have championed females in football with the introduction of a national women’s competition turning the conversation to an inspiring celebration of the women of the game. AFL is the largest … Continue reading The Future is Female: AFLW

Screen Actors Guild Awards Red Carpet

The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards are the final prelude to the Academy Awards in the season of acknowledgement occurring in Hollywood over the last three months. Many believe that the winner of the SAG Award will take out the Oscar in their respective categories, leading to the relatively young event to be a focal point of entertainment reporters, actors and valued members of the … Continue reading Screen Actors Guild Awards Red Carpet

Your 2017 pro-peloton predictions

As the first World Tour event of the season wraps up for 2017, it is only natural that early season predictions are made and bets are hedged. Of course, being the Santos Tour Down Under, a complete field of riders is yet to be raced with big name athletes like Chris Froome and Vincenzo Nibali missing from the peloton, yet there presence not entirely missing … Continue reading Your 2017 pro-peloton predictions

Porte consolidates lead as Haas trumps field

Under the watchful eye of thousands of spectators lining Willunga Hill, Richie Porte (BMC) consolidated his Tour Down Under leaders jersey with a fourth consecutive win on the iconic climb. Porte eclipsed the field with under a kilometre to go, leaving opponents in his wake struggling to fight for the minor GC placings. Nathan Haas (Dimension Data) recovered to second place on the stage securing … Continue reading Porte consolidates lead as Haas trumps field

Groundhog Day for luckless Sagan

In a race slowly becoming his stomping ground, Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) sprinted his way through the Campbelltown finishing straight to take stage four of the Santos Tour Down Under. The victory, his third over Peter Sagan, secures Ewan as the firm favourite to take out the sprinters jersey for the 2017 edition of the 19 year old race. The attacks on the 149KM stage from … Continue reading Groundhog Day for luckless Sagan

Ewan takes line honours on stage 3

Australian criterium champion Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) has taken line honours during the third stage of the Santos Tour Down Under making it two from three for the punchy sprinter. Ewan managed to hold off Danny Van Poppel (Team Sky) and world champion, Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) under the humid conditions from Glenelg to Victor Harbour.Β  The win came after a nervous peloton approached the final kilometre … Continue reading Ewan takes line honours on stage 3