Like the Spartans outnumbered by more than 20 to one by the Persians at Thermopylae, sort of, our Boomers can take gold at the next Olympics.
Peter FitzSimons is a Herald journalist, columnist and author, based in Sydney. He is also a former Wallabies player.
Vale big Darrell, there will never be another sporting commentator quite like you.
The 76ers star is tearing it up in the US under head coach Brett Brown, and their journey to the pinnacle of their sport is rooted Down Under.
In an anodyne age, filled with coaches who bite their tongue, Nathan Brown's comment was a breath of fresh air.
What the 'hell' was the Wallabies and Waratahs star thinking.
This government needs to be seen to be putting the $500 million not being spent on stadiums into something that would be popular: resources for grass roots.
In the modern cricketing era, Gilly is the exemplar of precisely the kind of good sportsmanship the country is hungry for.
Australia demands decency from our cricketers, and fair enough. But we have to show decency in return.
"The horror of what happened overnight was just how our cricketing leadership could engage in such cold-blooded, premeditated, clear-eyed CHEATING."
The Australian Sports Brain Bank wants sports people to do as 'Tizza' Taylor did and commit their brains for research after they die.