Richard Hinds

Richard Hinds

Richard Hinds is the Chief Sports Columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald

Horse Racing

'Singo' and Gai's is a less than joyous jostle in a long run

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Richard Hinds When people say Singleton and the Waterhouse family have history, they are not exaggerating.

'Enough is enough': the fall of cycling's superhero

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Richard Hinds Finally, Lance Armstrong has stopped saying it ain’t so.

Tennis

Murray finally delivers in grand style

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Richard Hinds It is tempting to declare this a shameful day for English sport. To claim that, 76 years after that country produced its last male grand slam winner, even cross-border rival Scotland has one.

The peloton of truth catches up with Armstrong

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Richard Hinds For those of who had aired doubts about the legitimacy of Lance Armstrong's success, it is tempting to say "I told you so".

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The peloton of truth catches up with Armstrong

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Richard Hinds FOR those who had aired doubts about the legitimacy of Lance Armstrong's success, it is tempting to say, ''I told you so''.

Worlds apart but the song remains the same

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Richard Hinds Those facing the allegations are defended as ferociously as a rottweiler's puppy. They are, we are told by the reflexively supportive insiders, ''honourable'' and ''beyond reproach''.

Cycling

No absolution if confession comes with conditions

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Richard Hinds Move Lance Armstrong's book to the fiction section where it belongs.

A once-great sport sinks to new low

The 2012 Australian swimming team at the London Games.

Richard Hinds Not long ago Australian swimmers were beacons of athletic supremacy and models of wholesome virtue.

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Proud sport's belly-flop at Games such a toxic waste

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Richard Hinds It does not seem long ago that Australian swimmers were beacons of athletic supremacy and models of wholesome virtue.

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Swimming must focus on problems at the top, not the tomfoolery

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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.

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High praise for Gallop as timing is everything

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Richard Hinds David Gallop's move to the A-League coincided with its best and brightest season.

Once exhaled, time to exalt

Royally rueful: A pensive Luke Nolen heads to the winner's enclosure on Black Caviar.

Richard Hinds It will take time for the magnitude of Black Caviar's achievement to sink in.