Peter Hanlon has worked at The Age since 1995, initially as deputy sports editor, subsequently as editor of the Saturday and Sunday Age sports sections, and since 2007 as a senior sports writer. He writes extensively on the AFL, and has also covered the Beijing Olympics and Delhi Commonwealth Games.
Peter Hanlon World Cup campaign suffering from tardiness in bringing on next wave of players.
Peter Hanlon Australia's World Cup campaign is suffering from tardiness in bringing on the next wave of players, says veteran coach Miron Bleiberg, and even if the Socceroos qualify for Brazil, whatever they...
Peter Hanlon The fans came in droves and were not disappointed.
Peter Hanlon Ever since her robust recovery from the tears and strains that still couldn't beat her at Royal Ascot left Black Caviar's connections with no reason not to go again, the only question left unanswered...
Peter Hanlon Value of consistent top-order batting underscored by veteran national team door-knocker.
Peter Hanlon In a professional sporting organisation, ''culture'' has come to resemble an enormous umbrella.
Peter Hanlon AS HER world champion teammates return home from India on Tuesday, and Lisa Sthalekar unrolls her towel on a Goa beach, she will reflect not only on a career well batted and bowled, but a...
Peter Hanlon IT ALWAYS takes time to get accustomed to the new and different. So it was out in the Melbourne Park backblocks on Tuesday where the tennis version of Twenty20 cricket made its Australian Open debut.
Peter Hanlon Peter Hanlon and Jake Niall preview today's matches, including Serena Williams v Sloane Stephens.
Peter Hanlon AT 2PM on Monday, just over 12 hours after Novak Djokovic had summoned almost enough energy to rip the shirt from his body, and still an hour before he'd flagged getting out of bed, Tomas Berdych was...
Peter Hanlon Radek Stepanek tried every pick-up line he knows on Friday, but Novak Djokovic resisted his charms.
Peter Hanlon Caroline Wozniacki walked onto Hisense Arena on Thursday just as her boyfriend, Rory McIlroy, was playing the second hole of his opening round at the HSBC Championships in Abu Dhabi.
Peter Hanlon Through no fault of her own, the Dane occupies an odd place in the game.
Peter Hanlon AFTER another lamentable afternoon of the 1989 Ashes series, England captain David Gower was so exasperated to be fielding the same question asked yet another tedious way that he let his head fall...
Peter Hanlon WHEN Paul-Henri Mathieu first stood on the other side of the net from a world No.1, it was Pete Sampras.
Peter Hanlon In the final part of the series, Peter Hanlon talks to Jack Baker about being at the crossroads - and cross-dressing.
Peter Hanlon Simon O'Donnell is the last to be a VFL/AFL footballer and Test cricketer rolled into one.
Peter Hanlon Tony Charlton, for half a century the cherished voice of Australian sports broadcasting, has died. He was 83.
Peter Hanlon Cynics wonder why it took Damien Oliver several minutes to emerge from the hearing room.
Peter Hanlon Matthew Guyatt took a sunny outlook into Saturday's third round and a whole lot out of it.