Noemie Fox in fine form at nationals

Noemie Fox returned to Sydney from Tasmania’s Brady Whitewater Course last week with several Canoe Slalom National Championships medals around her neck.

Australian Open preview

With the Australian Open to begin at Melbourne Park on January 14, Rebecca Davis previews the Jewish players who are in the men's and ladies' singles draws.

Israeli karate kid on top of the world

Israeli karate kid Sela Elmaliah - who has family in Australia - won a gold medal at the World Budo Karate Children's Championships in Lithuania.

Wave of excitement for Carnival

There are big plans for the biggest annual Jewish sport and social event for youth on the community calendar - the Maccabi Junior Carnival - which begins in Sydney on January 15.

Hakoah achieves a futsal first

Hakoah is turning heads with its success on debut in Premier League 1, with five of its teams remaining in contention for the finals with just one round left.

Patience pays off for Horwitz

DAVID Horwitz was overlooked in the first rounds of the Pro 14 rugby competition with his new Irish club Connacht, but is now grabbing his opportunity to shine.

Chasing his PGA Tour dream

Jeremy Fuchs is having a crack for the first time in the PGA Tour of Australasia Qualifying School stage one event, at Riverside Oaks from December 5-7.

Lakers soar in extra time Sydney thriller

The Maccabi Lakers somehow dug themselves out of an enormous hole deep into extra time to execute the king of comeback victories against UNSW Black in the Wilson Premier League season three decider on Monday night.

Kaplan qualifies for tennis nationals

Sydney's Lara Kaplan has earned automatic qualification in singles and doubles for the 16&U Australian Tennis Championships, to be held at Melbourne Park from December 12-16.

VIC super slam cricket in full swing

The newly-launched VIC Super Slam is in full swing and the T20 Premier Cricket competition features a strong Jewish contingent.