North Canberra-Gungahlin have been knocked over for just 46 to record the club's second lowest total in Douglas Cup history.
Extreme heat and a broken down bus forced Canberra's Tarsha Gale Cup squad to wait longer than they had hoped for their first game.
Damien Oliver will look to guide Fell Sweep tor a breakthrough Group 1 victory at the Oakleigh Plate.
Paralympian sprinter Scott Reardon copped some cheek from Usain Bolt at the inaugural Nitro Athletics.
For ANU cricket captain Ben Mitchell, nothing compares to playing in Alice Springs and overlooking the orange ranges.
ACT sport and recreation minister Yvette Berry and Tennis ACT boss Kim Kachel are adamant Canberra will one day host international tennis.
Jason Behrendorff is the first to admit he is a bad cricket watcher, but he might not have to worry about that this week.
Canberra tennis player James Frawley is preparing for a his first crack on the pro tour.
Canberra has once again missed out on international tennis with the capital snubbed for Australia's Davis Cup quarter-final tie against the USA.
Canberra United coach Rae Dower believes the tide is finally turning for Australia's professional female athletes.
Ellie Brush is juggling two football codes at the moment, but the chance to become professional would see her commit to one.
Christian Lealiifano is back at Brumbies training and we're back in the podcast studio for another year of sport.
The Canberra Capitals will move to shore up their playing roster in the coming weeks in the wake of their most successful season in six years.
Manuka Oval is set to get another boost with designs for a new media centre to be developed in consultation with the community.
Canbera's Matt Millar says big time ahead for Thai young gun.
Top Sydney trainer Peter Snowden will bring the Lightning Ridge winner back for Canberra's biggest race.
International rugby will return to Canberra for the first time in seven years with the Wallabies to host Argentina.
Carly Wilson finished her decorated WNBL career on Saturday after 363 appearances over 18 seasons.
Hamstring issues and a few bad technique habits have Canberra sprinter Melissa Breen behind the eight ball.
James Sutherland says the decision to play a Big Bash League match in Canberra lies with the clubs.