Stathi Paxinos covers rugby league, rugby union, boxing, swimming and Australian Rules football for The Age. He has covered numerous major sporting events including the Sydney Olympic Games (boxing), the 2003 Rugby World Cup, state of origin contests and NRL finals, world title fights and national swimming championships. Stathi also covered boxing and aquatics at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Stathi Paxinos Melbourne Storm fans, players and officials have waited four years for some sign of contrition from Brian Waldron about the role the former chief executive played in the salary cap cheating that...
Stathi Paxinos Cooper Cronk reckons grand final week is an atmosphere to be taken in and enjoyed. But he hasn't always looked on it that way.
Stathi Paxinos It's obvious to Steve Turner why Bellamy and Hasler are the best coaches of recent years.
Stathi Paxinos IT WAS a case of all players being fit and healthy for Melbourne in today's grand final against Canterbury but assistant coach Kevin Walters still did his best yesterday to cause doubt about the...
Stathi Paxinos The battle between Billy Slater and Ben Barba in today's NRL grand final has the fans excited.
Stathi Paxinos It seems fairytale endings do happen. Two years after Melbourne was locked in the darkest days of the club's history, the Storm proved too strong for Canterbury in the grand final.
Stathi Paxinos In the end, no one was talking about James Graham's Mike Tyson-moment after the Storm's 14-4 grand final win.
Stathi Paxinos Melbourne Storm captain crowned the club's player of the year for a fifth time.
Stathi Paxinos Wayne Bennett could not see any reason why Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy would want to leave this year's NRL premier when his contract was up next year, the seven-time premiership coach said...
Stathi Paxinos Storm facing world club challenge clash against Leeds in England without three top players.
Stathi Paxinos THE Melbourne Storm will head to Britain for their world club challenge clash against Leeds on the back of not only a poor loss to Canberra in Friday's night's trial game but possibly without three...
Stathi Paxinos Coaching supremo Craig Bellamy has announced he is staying with NRL premiers Melbourne Storm until at least the end of 2016.
Stathi Paxinos Melbourne Storm kept to the standard line about the prospect of winnig back-to-back premierships.
Stathi Paxinos Reigning premiers dispel any thoughts of a premiership hangover with clinical win.
Brad Walter and Stathi Paxinos The NRL match review committee has ruled that Melbourne fullback Billy Slater's kick to the head of Canterbury forward David Klemmer was accidental contact.
Stathi Paxinos Melbourne remains undefeated after holding off Canterbury in a worthy grand final replay.
Stathi Paxinos RUGBY LEAGUE Melbourne Storm's injury crisis might not be as bad as first thought.
Stathi Paxinos RUGBY LEAGUE Melbourne Storm full-back declares full confidence in repaired shoulder for NRL opening-round clash against Manly Sea Eagles.
Stathi Paxinos RUGBY LEAGUE Melbourne Storm will look to exploit absence of injured Gold Coast hooker Nathan Friend and limit kicking game of playmaker Scott Prince when it faces its bogey team.
Stathi Paxinos MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy could not resist a smile when talking about Canterbury counterpart Des Hasler.