Sport

Crunch time for AJAX and Williams

AJAX has been a mainstay in the Victorian Amateur Football Association B-grade section since they were promoted following their 2011 premiership triumph in the division below.

French Open preview

A large Jewish contingent is set to hit the clay courts at Roland Garros this Sunday (May 27) when the 2018 French Open begins.

Toni Hamilton impresses in VFLW debut

A surprise text message from Western Bulldogs women's coach Debbie Lee saw talented Jewish Aussie Rules player Toni Hamilton selected to make her VFLW debut against Carlton last Sunday. She had a strong game, saying "dreams do come true".

Wet and wild at 2018 Aussie SwimRun

Cold and windy conditions tested 116 teams of two competing in the 2018 SwimRun Australia Championships in Sydney last Saturday on a gruelling 17km harbourside course. Duo Ezechiel Orski-Ritchie and Jarred Shein came 12th in the men's category and 15th overall.

Hamilton earns dream Bulldogs debut

One week ago, Toni Hamilton was “absolutely devastated” when she found out that she didn’t make the Western Bulldogs’ squad for the 2018 VFLW season. She later received an unexpected text message that confirmed her childhood dream would on Sunday become a reality.

History made as Giro d’Italia starts in Israel

Israel has gone cycling crazy, as one of the world's top bike races moved its opening three stages outside of Europe for the first time – starting in Jerusalem.

Athletic Blumberg thrives at Charlton

Ryan Blumberg's debut English football season for Charlton Athletic's U23s has done wonders for his confidence and development. The 19-year-old Sydney native played more than 20 games, including a semi-final on May 1, earning him a one-year contract extension.

Rosen makes NFL draft history

The Arizona Cardinals have chosen UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen with the 10th overall pick in the NFL draft. He became the first Jewish player selected in the first round since Harris Barton, who was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 1989.

Jewish triathletes qualify for world titles

Five Jewish triathletes have been chosen to represent Australia at the International Triathlon Championship World Titles on the Gold Coast in September.

Weill makes waves at swimming nationals

Ashley Weill showed she can compete with the nation's best young swimmers by winning two bronze medals and posting several personal best times at last week's Australian Age Swimming Championships in Sydney.