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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne Canberra cyclist Michael Matthews is disappointed he finished third in the prestigious Milan-San Remo, but is determined to come back next year and win it.
David Polkinghorne Matthews finishes third in prestigious Milan-San Remo.
David Polkinghorne A "cavalier" century from "old stager" Darren Richards has given Western Districts UC a slim chance of pinching an unlikely win in the Douglas Cup final at Kippax Oval on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne Being part of the $3.5 million Golden Slipper has lit a fuse in Canberra trainer Nick Olive to one day test himself in the big races in Sydney "week-in, week-out".
David Polkinghorne Canberra trainer Matthew Dale thinks there is a "big chance" the winner of the inaugural NSW Country Championships will come out of the Goulburn qualifier on Friday.
David Polkinghorne Once in a lifetime opportunity to win the $3.5 million Golden Slipper.
David Polkinghorne The trainer for the world's biggest stable convinced the owners of Single Gaze they should pay up the $150,000 late entry fee and have a crack at the world's richest race for two-year-olds, the $3.
David Polkinghorne At first glance, Nick Olive thought the owners of Single Gaze were drunk when he read the text message about entering the boom filly in the $3.5 million Golden Slipper Stakes (1200 metres).
David Polkinghorne Jackson Frew was a BMX bandit who'd been to three world championships before he was 10-years-old, now the Canberran is off to his first mountain bike one after a friend got him hooked on the slopes...
David Polkinghorne AFL Canberra is looking to resurrect tribalism at the local footy and they hope the live streaming of one first-grad game a week will help raise the profile of the league.
David Polkinghorne The first Australian to wear the Tour de France's yellow jersey thinks it is "critical" Orica-GreenEDGE keeps rising stars Michael Matthews and Caleb Ewan on their books as they will "carry the flag"...
David Polkinghorne His long putter might be long gone, but Canberra golfer Brendan Jones is still copping grief from his peers who "reckon I'm putting like Adam Scott, but Adam Scott's actually putting like I am now ".
David Polkinghorne Australia Davis Cup captain Wally Masur says as the team's No.1 player Nick Kyrgios does not need to fight to reclaim his spot, despite Australia advancing to their first...
David Polkinghorne Canberra golfer Matthew Millar admits winning on tour is something he's not used to, but the 38-year-old is confident he can continue his purple patch and win back-to-back titles when he tees off in...
David Polkinghorne Netball Australia's proposed reforms of the Australian Netball League could lay the groundwork for a Canberra team to enter the ANZ Championship in the future.
David Polkinghorne Goulburn jockey Richard Bensley has escaped from a nasty barrier incident with a corked biceps and soft tissue injuries and plans to ride at Wagga Wagga on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne Canberra Racing chief executive Peter Stubbs says the $275,000 Black Opal Stakes lived up to its elevation to group 3 level, but said another year was needed before he knew whether the move to two...
David Polkinghorne It's a fine line between the highs and lows of a jockey - Canberra hoop Brendan Ward was riding his third winner of the day as his colleague Richard Bensley sat in an ambulance after being thrown off...
David Polkinghorne After a Super Sunday, Matthew Dale is now aiming for a super Country Championships .
David Polkinghorne For Takedown's jockey Jay Ford, winning the group 3 Black Opal Stakes on Sunday felt like a home-town salute.