Western Australian makes Maccabi golf history

In a rare feat, a player from Perth has won the men’s competition at this year’s Maccabi Golf National Championships, which came to a thrilling climax on March 4 after three days of play at Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.

Klinger calls time on first-class career

After 182 matches, Michael Klinger has called stumps on his storied first-class career spanning almost two decades, but will still play T20 cricket.

Fantastic five picked for Commonwealth Games

It's official – five Jewish athletes have made Australia's team for next month's Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

Solomon’s sizzling time ahead of Games

US-based Australian Olympian 400m runner Steven Solomon smashed a stack of men's indoor 400m records last week at the 2018 Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships.

Future footy stars shooting for AFLW dream

THE Melbourne Jewish community could have its first two footballers playing in the booming AFL Women’s competition as early as next year. Former Mount Scopus Memorial College students Ally Bild

Horwitz revels in being a Rebel

Having a new Super Rugby club, a new coach, a new city to call home and new teammates has certainly made preparing for the upcoming season a whole new experience for Jewish rugby star David Horwitz.

Montag’s moment: Teen qualifies for Commonwealth Games

Teenage racewalker Jemima Montag will make her Commonwealth Games debut as part of Australia's athletics team for the Gold Coast games in April, after she claimed silver at the 2018 Australian 20km Racewalking and Oceania Championships in Adelaide earlier this week.

Golden race for brave Hart

Teenage cycling sensation Riley Hart helped Victoria snap a decade-long gold medal drought in the elite men's team pursuit at the 2018 Track National Championships in Brisbane.

Werner down but not out as Winter Olympics hopes dashed

Jewish Sydneysider Ashleigh Werner, and her Australian women's bobsleigh teammates Bree Walker and Mikayla Dunn, went through a roller coaster of emotions in the last fortnight in France.

Schwartzman pleased with his Nadal battle

Argentine Diego Schwartzman played some inspired tennis only to fall short to number 1 seed Rafael Nadal on Rod Laver Arena in the fourth round of this year's Australian Open.