David Polkinghorne Google+
David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne For six months, Ray Silburn had one goal in mind - to hug his two sons, Aron and Joel.
David Polkinghorne Thirteen was an unlucky number for Kayla Nisbet, but the Canberra jockey says the past year has set her up to kick on this term.
David Polkinghorne The Prime Minister's XI take on England at Manuka Oval in Canberra.
David Polkinghorne He's spent the past 14 months delivering Adelaide's mail, now Canberra cyclist Daniel Ellis wants to deliver Australia medals at next year's world championships and Commonwealth Games.
David Polkinghorne Officially, Ian Batterley's Australian 24-hour mountain biking championships ended after just one lap, but in reality he fell agonisingly short of completing it.
David Polkinghorne Diamond To Pegasus was a horse on the rise after winning the listed Canonbury Stakes, but constant injuries meant it's been more than 18 months since his last win.
David Polkinghorne Chris Gayle's return to the international arena is not only a boost to West Indian cricket but to Canberra's chances of attracting more games as well.
David Polkinghorne Canberra now has the undisputed kings and queens of Australian futsal after both our men's and women's teams were victorious in the finals of the national championships at the AIS on Friday.
David Polkinghorne Real-time coverage from the third one-day international in Canberra with Australia chasing a series victory.
David Polkinghorne Canberra trainer Norm Gardner is hoping a successful Canberra Centenary Cup campaign will launch Coliseo on the path to the group 1 Sydney Cup.
David Polkinghorne As a triathlete, Taryn Heather hated the bike leg - it was a rest before she got to go for a run.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's Ed McDonald used to think Jason English had an aura of invincibility.
David Polkinghorne Ainslie discover their new diamond in attack.
David Polkinghorne The resemblance is striking - Ashton Agar and Max Walker could almost be twins.
David Polkinghorne As a reformed alcoholic and gambler, Pastor Bob Prior knows all about the temptations faced by everyone in the racing industry.