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 TDU women to get equal prize money
The South Australian government has decided to pay equal prize money to women competing in cycling's the Tour Down Under.
 Australia has winning start in Quad Series
Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander has praised her shooters in helping Australia to a win over South Africa in netball's Quad Series.
 Hockeyroos beat Spain for series lead
Australia's women's hockey team have taken a series lead against Spain after sealing a 3-2 victory in the fourth Test in Perth.
 Aussies target the top at Gold Coast Games
Beating England to regain the top spot on the medal tally is priority number one for Australia at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
 Games baton features at Tour Down Under
The Queen's baton for the Commonwealth Games will feature at the Tour Down Under this weekend.
 Atlas made US boxing fans hate Jeff Horn
Jeff Horn's promoter says "biased" commentary from Teddy Atlas is the reason why many US boxing fans seem to hate the Australian champion.
 Diamonds netball coach wary of Proteas
Australia will start their final netball tournament before the Commonwealth Games by playing South Africa this weekend in the Quad Series in London.
 Madison Square Garden's five biggest bouts
Jeff Horn's mooted world title defence at Madison Square Garden in New York means he could be fighting at boxing's most iconic venue.
 Horn to join elite club in fighting at MSG
Jeff Horn is set to do what few other Australian boxers ever had the chance to do - fight at the famous Madison Square Garden.
 Questions abound in Aussie sporting year
Australia will be facing some thorny sporting issues in 2018, including how well the national teams will fare at two sets of Games.
 Mundine a 'step backwards' for Jeff Horn
Jeff Horn is headed to New York and won't be fighting Anthony Mundine anytime soon after his promoter described the outspoken veteran as a "step backwards".
 Browne putting doping ban hell behind him
Australian heavyweight Lucas Browne admits he wondered if he would get the chance to appear again in a big-time fight after he was handed a six-month drugs ban.
 Geitz is back in the Aussie Diamonds squad
Former Diamonds skipper Laura Geitz has returned to the Australian netball squad for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games after taking time off to have a baby.
 Browne ready to silence bitter rival Whyte
Australian heavyweight Lucas Browne has vowed to silence Britain's Dillian Whyte when the pair meet at London's O2 Arena in March.
 Hockeyroos draw again with Spain
Australia's women's hockey team have drawn with Spain again in the third match of their five-Test series in Perth.
 Comeback win has Boomers believing
Guy Molloy's Melbourne Boomers believe they can win the WNBL premiership after coming from behind to force a decider against Townsville Fire.
 Mermaid tail toys increase drowning risk
Popular mermaid tail and fin pool toys for children have been found to increase the risk of drowning by reducing a child's ability to swim by up to 70 per cent.
 Open's 'please explain' for Kyrgios shirts
Christos Kyrgios, the older brother of Aussie tennis star Nick, could be in hot water with Australian Open officials for wearing promotional gambling T-shirts.
 No charges laid against Broncos player
Charges have not been laid against a Brisbane Broncos player accused of assaulting a woman known to him.
 Mundine plays weight game for Horn fight
Anthony Mundine says he would want to fight WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn above the super welterweight limit.