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Jon Tuxworth

Jon Tuxworth is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.

Ruediger class sets up Queanbeyan Blues grand final rematch with Goulburn

Queanbeyan Blues Tom Ruediger passes the ball.

Jon Tuxworth "You can't give me that much space, I guess."


Belgian signing Ann Wauters' withdrawal a body blow for undersized Capitals

Ann Waters, right, has reneged on her Capitals deal.

Jon Tuxworth Capitals coach Carrie Graf has admitted the shock withdrawal of key recruit Anne Wauters has made them "vulnerable".

West Belconnen Warriors' Mike Uluakiola proves his doctors wrong

Sport: West Belconnen forward Mike Uluakiola will play  in the rugby league preliminary final against Queanbeyan Blues. 26th August 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The Canberra Times.

Jon Tuxworth Lying in an Auckland hospital with a broken neck, a 13-year-old Mike Uluakiola was told he'd never play football again. 

Nick Olive confident Waco Kid can handle step up in Sydney debut

Jon Tuxworth Canberra trainer Nick Olive is optimistic Waco Kid will handle the step up in class at Rosehill on Saturday.

WNBL racing against clock to find new TV deal in time for October tip-off

TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 08:  The Townsville Fire celebrate after winning the 2015 WNBL Grand Final between the Townsville Fire and the Bendigo Spirit at Townsville RSL Stadium on March 8, 2015 in Townsville, Australia.  (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Fairfax Media)

Jon Tuxworth Basketball Australia boss Anthony Moore has described the inequity between male and female sport coverage as "diabolical" admitting "a lot's got to go right" to secure a new television broadcast...

Queanbeyan Kangaroos Englishman Jack Miller wins Les McIntyre Medal

Jack Miller scores a try for the Kangaroos against Woden Valley earlier this year.

Jon Tuxworth An Englishman has taken out the highest individual honour in the Canberra Raiders Cup.

Andrew Redmayne to step up bid to be Wanderers goalkeeper in Canberra friendly

Wanderers goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne celebrates with Daniel Alessi after the Wanderers' FFA Cup round-of-32 win over Brisbane Roar earlier this month.

Jon Tuxworth Andrew Redmayne wants to prove he deserves to be the Wanderers' first-choice keeper in Canberra on Tuesday night.

Lauren Wells successfully appeals disqualification from world championships

Canberra hurdler Lauren Wells is appealing her disqualification from th world athletics championships.

Jon Tuxworth Canberra athlete was disqualified during the 400-metre heats at the world athletics championships in Beijing.


Canberra athlete Emily Brichacek withdraws injured from world championships

Canberra runner Emily Brichacek has withdrawn injured from the world athletics championships.

Jon Tuxworth Canberra runner Emily Brichacek has withdrawn from the world championships with injury. 


Fell Swoop may not target Concorde Stakes despite fighting Randwick win

 Blake Shinn returns on Fell Swoop after winning race 3 at Randwick.

Jon Tuxworth Canberra trainer Matthew Dale is unsure whether to target the group 3 Concorde Stakes (1000 metres) with Fell Swoop, despite the four-year-old's fighting victory at Randwick on Saturday. 

Robert de Castella wants drug cheats 'hung to a cross'

Jon Tuxworth Marathon legend Robert de Castella has called for athletes exposed as drug cheats to be "nailed to a cross" and admitted "a dark cloud" hangs over the sport before the start of the world...

Canberra Capitals plan to move WNBL home games to Royal Theatre

Home comforts: Capitals and Australian Opals star Lauren Jackson will get to play in front of her home town when the Capitals take a WNBL game to Albury this season.

Jon Tuxworth The Canberra Capitals are hopeful of playing most of their home games at the National Convention Centre this season after the Women's National Basketball League draw was released on Monday.

School of hard knocks reaps reward for Jason Day

Jason Day, left, and Mat Rainsford, third from left, as schoolboys.

Jon Tuxworth Queanbeyan Golf Club teaching pro Mat Rainsford remembers reading Jason Day's schoolboy goals taped above his bunk bed and thinking "this kid's kidding". 

Shaun Johnson 'clone' Howie Brown leads West Belconnen to semi-final win

Jon Tuxworth Shaun Johnson is injured but West Belconnen's ''clone'' was on fire in Saturday's minor semi-final.

Lleyton Hewitt the right man to show Nick Kyrgios the light

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Jon Tuxworth "Get f---ed you c---" is a far less offensive sledge than Nick Kyrgios's effort this week.

Matthew Dale cleans up at Thoroughbred Park meeting

Jon Tuxworth Scoring the running trifecta and quinella in two separate races was a nice achievement for Canberra trainer Matthew Dale at Thoroughbred Park on Friday. 

Kyrgios not first to use 'mental disintegration' to his advantage

Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000.   The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.   REUTERS/Michael Leckel

Jon Tuxworth Nick Kyrgios'  brutal sledge at Stanislas Wawrinka may have taken it to the next level, but it's just the latest episode of the art of "mental disintegration" which has been prevalent in sport...

Lleyton Hewitt to take Nick Kyrgios under his wing during US Open warm-ups

DARWIN, AUSTRALIA - JULY 17:  Nick Kyrgios of Australia looks on as he sits in his chair in between games in his match against Aleksandr Nedovyesov of Kazakhstan during day one of the Davis Cup World Group quarterfinal tie between Australia and Kazakhstan at Marrara Sporting Complex on July 17, 2015 in Darwin, Australia.  (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Jon Tuxworth Lleyton Hewitt has agreed to take Canberra's Nick Kyrgios under his wing in a mentoring and coaching role.

Canberra Gunners snap losing streak with overtime SEABL win over Dandenong

Jon Tuxworth They are out of finals contention but the Canberra Gunners have shown they will finish the season with plenty of fight.

Steph Talbot ready to cut Tall Ferns down to size as Rio beckons

Stephanie Talbot during an Opals training session.

Jon Tuxworth Stephanie Talbot says the faith placed in her by coaching staff has given her a massive confidence boost.