Tim Lane The three-strikes policy upsets many despite the fact that the players gave up a lot in agreeing to it.
Tim Lane Last Wednesday night's Lance Armstrong documentary, Stop at Nothing, was no doubt scheduled by the ABC with the start of another Tour de France in mind.
Tim Lane This was to have been a column about the glory days of the Essendon and Melbourne football clubs. It was going to reflect on the immediate post-war success of the Bombers, the arrival of John Coleman...
Tim Lane The tanking scandal and the Folau debacle show the dangers of tinkering with footy's natural order.
Tim Lane The issue of AFL players and drug use has been overstated and misrepresented.
Tim Lane All policy on illicit drugs has become lost amid a blur of conspiracy and confusion.
Tim Lane Independence and transparency is the key to ensuring that all sport's yardsticks are not tarnished.
Tim Lane Andrew Demetriou has overseen some momentous times at league HQ, but where to now?
Sport in Crisis
Tim Lane Australian model of anti-doping authority is outdated and public confidence is wavering.
Tim Lane Football is spreading its wings and officials, players and fans must now commit to a bigger game.
Tim Lane The Brownlow medal that Jobe Watson won must now be forfeited.
Tim Lane The Bomber coach has so far managed to defy gravity, but the end of the saga is fast approaching.