Chris Dutton has worked at The Canberra Times since 2007, starting as a junior reporter before covering the Canberra Raiders and ACT Brumbies. He now writes extensively on Super Rugby and is part of the Fairfax team covering the London Olympic Games - with, of course, a focus on Canberra athletes.
Chris Dutton From the Goulburn sewers to a rich Indian pay day, Glenn Turner is bursting with excitement as he prepares to enter a player auction which could earn him more than $50,000 for a month of work.
Chris Dutton The Australian Olympic Committee will use the threat of jail to get rid of drug cheats, and Canberra athletes want the international body to adopt the same stance to clean up the Games.
Chris Dutton Fletcher Stewart's cricket career has taken him around the world and the all-rounder hopes a season with Cricket ACT will help him make the next step.
Chris Dutton Andrew Charter is sick of being a spectator and is determined to use his surprise Champions Trophy selection to prove he's ready to be Australia's No. 1 goalkeeper for the next four years.
Chris Dutton It's the winning record unmatched in WNBL history and will give Lauren Jackson's rivals nightmares as she attempts to continue an ''insanely incredible'' dominance in her comeback on Friday night.
Chris Dutton Beau McClintock is preparing for a nervous Futures League initiation when he makes his ACT Comets debut at Manuka Oval today.
Chris Dutton John Twomey makes remarkable recovery from hospital bed to eye place at the Olympic Games.
Chris Dutton Shane Rose started the year with Olympic gold as his target but after a nightmare in London the Werombi rider is aiming for a perfect finish to a roller-coaster 2012.
Chris Dutton Tuggeranong Valley Cricket Club gave Glenn Thornton a fitting farewell as the first-grade team delivered a spectacular bowling performance to demolish Queanbeyan yesterday.
Chris Dutton Somewhere out there in the world of drug cheats and liars, there's a cyclist sitting at home wondering if he'll get the yellow jersey he truly deserves.
Chris Dutton He missed out on Olympic Games bling but Patrick Mills and the San Antonio Spurs are on a mission to ''achieve greatness'' and believe they have the firepower to win an NBA championship ring.
Chris Dutton The disappointment of missing the London Olympics is the driving force behind Natalie Blundell's dream of competing at the Rio Games in 2016.
John-Paul Moloney, Chris Dutton Stephen Hodge shouldn’t be stripped of the honour of having a Canberra cycling circuit named after him, former ACT chief minister Jon Stanhope says.
Chris Dutton Most brothers refuse to take orders from younger siblings but Kyle Perkins will throw family hierarchy away to let 18-year-old Robbie boss him around in the Australian baseball team.
Chris Dutton On the same day Lance Armstrong's legacy was erased from the record books, Canberra cyclist Stephen Hodge took matters into his own hands to remove his name from the ACT's list of sporting elite.
Chris Dutton It's the battle of the world's best taking on Canberra's best, and while Jamie Dwyer's resume dwarfs Adam Baxter's, the Lakers co-captain is ready for his Australian Hockey League challenge today.
Chris Dutton Canberra cyclist removes his name from the ACT's list of sporting elite.
Chris Dutton ACT Comets coach Mark Higgs has challenged his players to prove they can perform on the big stage when they get a chance to impress Big Bash League scouts in a three-game series against the Melbourne...
Chris Dutton If you thought the ACT election was drawn out and a mess, get strapped in for a dose of politics and sport which will leave your head spinning.
Chris Dutton First the Olympics and then his rugby league dreams - Samuel Dobb wants to make his mark in judo before he contemplates a rise through the league ranks.