Michael Lynch, The Age's expert on soccer, has had extensive experience of high level journalism in the UK and Australia. Michael has covered the Socceroos through Asia, Europe and South America in their past three World Cup campaigns. He has also reported on Grands Prix and top class motor sport from Asia and Europe. He has won several national media awards for both sports and industry journalism.
Michael Lynch NEIL WERRETT is surely the man with the Midas touch. Not only is he the managing part-owner of wonder mare Black Caviar but he is also part of the ownership group that bought her exciting...
Michael Lynch All Too Hard accelerates past Glass Harmonium and King Mufhasa in Futurity Stakes.
Michael Lynch Danny O'Brien has notched up 11 metropolitan winners at the halfway point of the season.
Michael Lynch IT IS unclear how many horses Black Caviar will encounter when she steps out onto a racecourse for the first time in almost eight months in the race which now bears her name, the Black Caviar...
Michael Lynch A tearful Peter Gelagotis hugged his son, Michael, his brother Manny and jockey Glen Boss as he fought back tears of joy and grief to welcome back Norman Robinson Stakes winner Hvasstan yesterday.
Michael Lynch Peter Gelagotis fights back tears of joy and grief to welcome back Norman Robinson Stakes winner.
Michael Lynch So who needs exotic foreigners when you can have a charismatic Kiwi?
Michael Lynch The battle for the title of the nation's top three-year-old remains in the balance, with the result to be determined in the autumn.
Michael Lynch Black Caviar's young half-brother All Too Hard bursts the bubble of hitherto unbeaten Pierro.
Michael Lynch Michael Rodd and Mark Kavanagh are making their mark, writes Michael Lynch.
Michael Lynch Pierro may be all the rage for the Caulfield Guineas and Cox Plate, but the horse who has come closest to beating Gai Waterhouse's boom colt, Epaulette, showed that he will be a rival to reckon with...
Michael Lynch If you have a couple of billion bucks in your kick, you can easily pass up a shot at $2 million.
Michael Lynch Peter Moody was focused on bursting the Americain bubble with Manighar in Sydney yesterday, but back at his Caulfield base another of his all-conquering team was putting down a marker as a horse that...
Michael Lynch The spring racing carnival's status as a major money-spinner for the state continues to grow.