Richard Hinds WHEN Jennifer Lawrence fell down the stairs at the Oscars, you half expected her to flash a pair of Cronulla undies.
Richard Hinds In the Palladium room at Melbourne's Crown Casino, Lou Sticca has marked Alessandro Del Piero as hard as any ankle-kicking Serie A defender.
Richard Hinds Australian swimming's nationally televised visit to the headmaster's office did nothing to address the real problem with swimming: lack of leadership.
Richard Hinds We lurch from one crisis to the next and now we face the real danger of a national tar shortage.
Richard Hinds Not long ago Australian swimmers were beacons of athletic supremacy and models of wholesome virtue.
Richard Hinds It does not seem long ago that Australian swimmers were beacons of athletic supremacy and models of wholesome virtue.
Richard Hinds For those whose affection for the Olympics was never rekindled after the scandalous removal of Tug of War from the program at Paris 1924, this is the final straw.
Richard Hinds The federal government, the Australian Crime Commission, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority and the chief executives of five major sports were as one.
Richard Hinds If we demand the product, what right do we have to be outraged about the consequences?
Richard Hinds The Australian Crime Commission's report into sports corruption is unflinching in its rhetoric. It evokes images of organised crime, match-fixing and, disturbingly, ''drugs not approved for human...
Richard Hinds The Australian Crime Commission's report into sports corruption is unflinching in its rhetoric. It evokes images of organised crime, match-fixing and, disturbingly, "drugs not approved for human use"...
Richard Hinds Swans chairman Richard Colless has often described Sydney as the most competitive football market anywhere in the world.
Richard Hinds As he choked on bitter defeat, in some ways you could not help but admire Mundine.
Richard Hinds You don’t have to like Anthony Mundine. As if you didn’t know. Not before he lost to Daniel Geale. And certainly not after.
Richard Hinds Samantha Kerr's joyous somersault after scoring the second goal in Sunday's W-League grand final deserves a place in the hall of fame, writes Richard Hinds.
Richard Hinds As of Thursday afternoon, after four months, the women's final was still not sold out.
Richard Hinds IF MARIA SHARAPOVA looks particularly fresh when she walks onto the court for her Australian Open semi-final against Li Na on Thursday, do not give credit to the lotions from which the lavishly...
Richard Hinds It is number, not necessarily gravity of issues that has created impression cricket is in turmoil.
Richard Hinds John Inverarity announced Australia's Twenty20 squad on Monday wearing vintage Y-fronts with badly stretched elastic.
Richard Hinds The middle Sunday at the Australian Open is, traditionally, flatter than Geoff Boycott's vowels. It is the day after the Great Australian Hope has been eliminated in a heavily promoted...