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 Victorian fast bowler takes remodelled action to India.
Peter Hanlon A son remembers his father's cricket career and the pain it caused.
Peter Hanlon Aaron Finch backs Jason Gillespie to turn England around.
Peter Hanlon Aaron Finch has emerged from a summer like no other more determined than ever to realise his childhood dream.
Peter Hanlon Irish jockey wins over jumps and flat as Ciaron Maher and Darren Weir again leave their mark on Warrnambool.
Peter Hanlon Mick Fanning has survived a heartbreaking challenge from Brazilian Adriano de Souza to win a thrilling Rip Curl Pro final that was decided on a countback after the surfers' best two wave scores...
Peter Hanlon Brazilian teenager sets the pace as big names stay alive at Bells.
Peter Hanlon It went on and on, but there was plenty to like in cricket's one-day championships
Peter Hanlon Council work midway through grand final stumps cricketers
Peter Hanlon Richie Robinson's first experience of life as reserve wicketkeeper on an Ashes tour was 1975, a unique assignment that began with the inaugural World Cup and finished with a four-Test series.
Peter Hanlon India on Thursday night duly completed its part in setting up a potential semi-final showdown with Australia, seeing off a Bangladesh outfit that was disciplined, dangerous and a little unlucky with...
Peter Hanlon When Matthew Wade left Tasmania as a 19-year-old intent on becoming Victoria's first-choice wicketkeeper, his father told him not to worry, home wasn't going anywhere.
Peter Hanlon Befitting a love story, the horse arrived in Melbourne on Valentine's Day. Leigh Jordan's wife was onto him the second he made for the door. "Where are you going? To meet bloody Red Cadeaux!"
Peter Hanlon Much of the familiar, miserable reflection that greeted another grim end for England's one-day cricketers on Monday night centred on the run out of Chris Jordan.
Peter Hanlon Kyneton Racecourse on a Tuesday afternoon. Brilliant autumn sunshine bathes the elm and oak trees, and Damian Lane is basking in a pair of winners from his only two rides for the day.
Peter Hanlon It pays to watch from ball one when Sri Lanka and Bangladesh meet at a World Cup, as Chaminda Vaas's four first-over wickets in 2003 - including a hat trick - attest.
Peter Hanlon South African captain A.B. de Villiers described Sunday's 130-run loss to India at the MCG as "a big knock" that bordered on embarrassing, but backed his team to live up to its billing as a serious...
Peter Hanlon A.B. de Villiers had spoken of the big moments that would decide this much-anticipated group game, and the biggest of them duly brought South Africa and its captain down.
Peter Hanlon In the first meeting of neutrals at the MCG during the last Australasia-hosted World Cup, a young batsman who had played only one Test and 16 uneventful one-dayers gave a compelling hint of glories...
Peter Hanlon Alec Kahn nods to the enormity of the proposed restructure that is the (at times through-gritted-teeth) talk of the cricket town.