Sydney’s Ashleigh Werner has successfully made her dream transition within Australia’s women’s bobsleigh squad, switching from brakeman to pilot in time for the North America Cup.
Michael Klinger has signed with Paarl Rocks for South Africa's inaugural Mzansi Super League as he prepares for this summer's Big Bash League in Australia.
Excitement is building for the 2019 Maccabi Junior Carnival to be hosted by Sydney from January 15-22, with 300 young Jewish athletes already signed up to participate. Registrations close soon.
Maccabi golfing history was made late last month when NSW scraped home against Victoria in the inaugural Queen's Cup by winning the last hole on the final day.
Four Jewish swimmers represented their states and clubs against the nation's best at the 2018 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships held in Melbourne late last month.
West Coast Eagles player Nic Naitanui has returned from an inspiring eight-day visit to Israel, where he toured Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, Beersheba and met up with the Tel Aviv Cheetahs AFL team.
Maccabiah Games goalkeeper Melissa Maizels has returned to the nation's capital to complete some "unfinished business" at the club where her professional career took off, Canberra United.
Larry Kestelman shook things up after buying a majority stake in the National Basketball League in 2015, five years after purchasing the league's Melbourne club. Now the crowds, television audiences and buzz in basketball are back, and season 2018-19 is off to a cracking start.
He's only 21, but quarterback Josh Rosen has already shown tremendous poise, confidence and ability in his first NFL matches for the Arizona Cardinals.
Nick Lewis’ stellar season culminated with the prestigious Michael Ritterman Best and Fairest award at the club’s awards night held at the Bentleigh Club last week.