Canberra Strongman entrant Andrew Fraser took up the novel sport to 'pick up chicks' - literally.
Chris Wilson is the sports editor at The Canberra Times.
Tennis doubles great Todd Woodbridge has tipped Canberra's Nick Kyrgios to do some damage at next week's French Open, but he's far more excited by the 20-year-old's prospects at Wimbledon and believes he can be a future champion at the All England Club.
Hall of Fame co-driver Coral Taylor says she's far more relaxed sitting in the passenger seat of a full-speed rally car than thinking about daughter Molly behind the wheel.
She's 36, a mum of two, and only started running three years ago, now there's no stopping Canberra's Kelly-Ann Varey.
Canberra teenager Anthony Giorgi is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Carl Valeri when he leaves to play in Italy this year.
Belconnen United requested a saloon passage to the ACT final of the FFA Cup, but coach Dean Ugrinic says his team will not be complacent against any opposition, despite a favourable draw for the quarter-finals of the knockout competition.
He's been at the cutting edge of sport science at the AIS for 21 years, now David Martin is taking that knowledge to the NBA with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Canberra coach Simon Woolford gives his team a "massive chance" in this year's Country Championships, calling on the experience of six former Raiders NRL players in the squad.
National Capital Motorsports Club hopes new lights will be beacon to bring speedway action to Canberra.
Canberra's oldest soccer player David Richards has no intention of slowing down.