Chris Wilson Glenn Turner says it was a ''no-brainer'' to start a rebel Goulburn team that will enter the Hockey ACT Capital League this year.
Chris Wilson He's a world champion, but boxer Abe Archibald's ambition is still to compete in Australian colours.
Chris Wilson I've been walking around singing and humming the old club song of defunct NBL club the Canberra Cannons all week.
Chris Wilson The National Basketball League wants a Canberra team back in the competition by 2015, officials visiting the city on Tuesday to outline expansion plans and to prompt a franchise bid from the nation’s...
Chris Wilson Rhiannon Dick took a record six wickets in 19 balls, but required a last-minute student leave pass just to play in Friday's WNCL T20 decider.
Chris Wilson ACT Community sporting groups will receive an operational funding boost of more than $330,000 this year.
Chris Wilson Former world champion Ari Vatanen is coming back to Canberra, more than 30 years after racing in the territory.
Chris Wilson Canberra’s four-time Australian rally champion Neal Bates has won the prestigious Peter Brock Medal.
Chris Wilson The national 100-metre record has stood for 20 years, but Canberra sprinter Mel Breen is on track to break it.
Chris Wilson Canberra’s Laura Peel will fearlessly spiral up to 20m above the ice, jumping for gold in Sochi, but her mum still recalls the 24-year-old’s first time on snow.
Chris Wilson Australian Paralympic icon Kurt Fearnley will race against his biggest international rivals in Canberra next week.
Chris Wilson After 40 years of being shunned as a venue for interstate competition, the Narrabundah Velodrome is set to start a new life.
Chris Wilson He's an emerging star in softball and AFL, but double-play doesn't do Josh McGovern's story justice.
Chris Wilson Canberra's Nick Kyrgios has won so much with the biggest loss of his young professional tennis career.
Chris Wilson The $1.5m project to fix the Narrabundah Velodrome will improve track cycling in the ACT for 20 years, government says.
Chris Wilson His first round opponent carried a German tennis surname, but it was Canberra's Nick Kyrgios who went Boom, Boom at the Australian Open.
Chris Wilson He’s 66, was born in Austria, emigrated overseas and is a member of the International Bodybuilding Hall of Fame.
Chris Wilson Canberra’s Gracie Elvin created a slice of women's cycling history on Saturday.
Chris Wilson Veteran jockey Kevin Sweeney had his cake, but couldn't eat it too.
Chris Wilson, David Polkinghorne Canberra's teenage tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios has declared his dodgy shoulder ready for his Australian Open debut.