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Adriel Young during last year’s Hawaiian Ironman.
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Aussie ironman conquers Kona

KONA, Hawaii may be known as one of the world’s great paradises, but once a year in October it becomes the exotic locale for the most gruelling test of mental and physical endurance: the Hawaiian Ironman World Championship.

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Deborah Greenbaum during her gold-mdeal winning routine at the Australian Aerobic Championshops. Photo: Winkipop Media

Jewish gymnast leaps for gold glory

STAR gymnast Deborah Greenbaum has achieved the outstanding feat of back-to-back national titles, after taking out a gold medal at the recent 2014 Australian Aerobic Championships in Brisbane. Competing in the elite age group 2 division,

Adam Silver (left) with David Stern

The who’s Jew in world sport (part 2)

In the second of a two-part series looking at the best and brightest Jews in sport, The AJN picks five of the most influential sporting administrators leading the way for

Jordan Brown contests the ball against Aaron Mooy (right) and Tomi Juric of the
Western Sydney Wanderers during an 2013/14 A-League round-19 match at AAMI
Park in Melbourne. Photo: Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images

Brown sets sights on Victory

WHEN the 10th edition of the A-League kicks off on Friday night, Melbourne Victory’s teenage sensation Jordan Brown will be thousands of kilometres away from AAMI Park. The 18-year-old will miss the first two

CANOE U23 WORLD SLALOM CHAMPIONSHIPS

The who’s Jew of world sport

MEET some of the best currently active Jewish athletes from Australia and around the world including canoeist Jessica Fox, baseball star Ryan Braun and Australian 400m champion Steve Solomon.

Maccabi promise of protection

MACCABI Australia has released its landmark Member Protection Policy (MPP) handbook, which has been developed to guard against bullying, sexual harassment, gender inequality and discrimination in Jewish sport’s principal body. [caption id="attachment_37926" align="alignright" width="194"]

Dominic Paul battles for possession earlier this season. Photo: Mick Ashworth

Miraculous Maccabi survive State League 2

NORTH Caulfield Maccabi pulled off an escape befitting Houdini to stave off relegation in its final game of the season on Sunday, with a 3-1 away win against Seaford. Taking 10 points from

Paul Arber in 2012. Photo: Peter Haskin

US Open champion honours Paul Arber

AUSTRALIAN Omar Jasika, 2014 US Open Junior Singles and Doubles Champion, has dedicated his victories at Flushing Meadows to Maccabi Tennis Club legend Paul Arber, who died in September last year while escorting young

Hakoah celebrates after beating Northbridge 3-2 in the State League 1 grand final.

Hakoah crowned State League champs

HAKOAH Sydney City East FC capped off a spectacular campaign by triumphing in the State League 1 grand final on Sunday, beating Northbridge FC 3-2 in a dynamic display at Lambert Park. In an

Benji Tamir takes it to the ring during the 2014 season. Photo: Big V

The rise and rise of a true Warrior

A BREAKOUT season from Maccabi Warriors’ Benji Tamir has garnered league-wide attention, with the athletic forward controversially missing out on the Division 2 All-Star team at the Big V Awards evening on Saturday. Tamir’s

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