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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's Nick Kyrgios has returned to the world stage with a bang, beating Serbia's Filip Krajinovic in straight sets at the Sarasota Open on Monday, 7-6 (12-10), 6-4.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's Nathan Hart has spent the past month rubbing shoulders with Australian cycling royalty and hopes training every day alongside Anna Meares and Shane Perkins will help get him to where he...
David Polkinghorne Canberra golfer Brendan Jones' wrist injury has allowed him to spend a rare Easter back in Australia with his young family.
David Polkinghorne From humble beginnings to the home of Aussie rowing - how Lake Burley Griffin has grown.
David Polkinghorne How much is being Australia's fastest ever woman worth? According to Athletics Australia's funding announcement on Thursday it's about $4000 in expenses.
David Polkinghorne Will Athletics Australia finally give Australia's fastest ever woman Melissa Breen the funding she deserves?
David Polkinghorne Leading Australian triathlete Emma Jackson thinks national selectors need some discretionary powers.
Canberra cyclist Sue Powell lowers her own world record at Para-cycling World Track Championships in Mexico
David Polkinghorne Can anything stop Sue Powell in para-cycling world?
David Polkinghorne World traveller Nathan Roberts wants to help Australia make its mark in the expanded World League.
David Polkinghorne It was meant to be the heralded start of Sydney's new jewel, The Championships, but Canberra trainer Neil Osborne said the Randwick track "wasn't fit for a pig" after emerging star I Am Snippety was...
David Polkinghorne Apprentice jockey Winona Costin holds the fate of I Am Snippety and Oh So Adorable in her hands.
David Polkinghorne ACT government gives grounds the OK
David Polkinghorne Canberra's Jesse Taws could face a choice between softball and baseball.
David Polkinghorne Al Ahmar goes back-to-back at Gundagai, but trainers' thoughts with Nathan Berry's family.
David Polkinghorne For six months, Ray Silburn had one goal in mind - to hug his two sons, Aron and Joel.
David Polkinghorne Oh So Adorable gave Queanbeyan trainer Garry Clarke his first city winner. Where will she take him next?
David Polkinghorne Can Canberra hurdler Lauren Wells join Australian hurdling royalty?
David Polkinghorne ACT Comets coach Mark Higgs has backed Tuggeranong's Shane Devoy to make it to the big league.
David Polkinghorne A whirlwind 50 for the PM's XI helped launch Jono Dean's Big Bash League career.
David Polkinghorne Having broken his ankle falling off a ladder, Canberra Cavalry infielder Jason Sloan has now fallen through a carport roof.