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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games website will have to update Canberra cyclist Paul Kennedy's profile after he and his tandem sprint pilot Thomas Clarke won bronze on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne Carl Valeri is hoping to use new club Melbourne Victory as a springboard for a Socceroos return.
David Polkinghorne Michael Matthews looks to fellow Canberran Michael Rogers for inspiration for recovering from injury.
David Polkinghorne UC is still confident a $25million multi-sport complex will proceed.
David Polkinghorne Canberra cycling is experiencing a golden era and Ben Cook is the man charged with ensuring that success continues.
David Polkinghorne Tim Cahill is the man who scores the Socceroos goals, the man who always come up with the goods.
David Polkinghorne Proteas to play Aussies in Canberra.
David Polkinghorne Rene Farrell continues her cricket renaissance, with Cricket Australia naming her as one of 15 contracted Southern Stars on Wednesday.
David Polkinghorne With the disappointment of losing the women's Asian Cup final still fresh, Matildas striker Michelle Heyman already has a clear goal for next year's World Cup - she wants a medal.
David Polkinghorne Will Canberra's Carl Valeri return to Australia to play in the A-League?
David Polkinghorne Socceroos veteran Carl Valeri signs three-year deal with A-League club.
David Polkinghorne After 12 years plying his trade in Croatia, Germany and Luxembourg, Andy Rakic is back where it all began with his old coach - if his clearance from Germany ever comes through.
David Polkinghorne Wonder strike guides Olympic to victory.
David Polkinghorne Canberra sport, from grassroots to gossip.
David Polkinghorne Canberra City winger Gimale Essacu's face lights up at the mere mention of the World Cup.
David Polkinghorne Queanbeyan mountain biker Andrew Blair spent every day of the working week on Mount Stromlo.
David Polkinghorne When Andrew Barr was a child, he was known as the rugby league computer and could reel off his Western Suburbs hero Terry Lamb's every statistic.
David Polkinghorne West Australian opening bowler Jason Behrendorff hopes to put his Big Bash League-winning experience to good use in the Sheffield Shield final as his reputation starts to build.
David Polkinghorne Michael Clarke was ruled out of playing for NSW against Western Australia in the final, which starts on Friday at Manuka Oval, due to a fractured shoulder.
David Polkinghorne As Matthew Hayden tore apart bowling attacks around the world, Justin Langer was up the other end using guts and determination to grind his way into becoming one-half of one of the best ever opening...