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Your Blues bandwagon cheat sheet
Carlton have had a remarkable season. After calls to sack their coach Michael Voss, mid-season, the Blues stormed into the AFL Finals after winning nine straight games. After years of pain, Blues fans are basking in the most unlikely turnaround no one expected. Whether you're firmly on the Blues bandwagon or just a curious observer, we have your personal cheat sheet to the Carlton comeback. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
La Roja, Rubiales and a reckoning for Spanish football
As Spain lifted the Women's World Cup trophy in Sydney, a non-consensual kiss was the dark cloud that hung over La Roja's monumental achievement. Now, the game is facing a reckoning for the treatment of Jenni Hermoso and her teammates. This week, the backstory, the fallout and the future of Spanish football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Swimming Australia in murky waters
It's the biggest Australian sports story that no one is talking about. There's a crisis at Swimming Australia, which could see it expelled as a member of the world governing body. The problems span from a revolving door of leaders to no major sponsor for our national swim team, the Dolphins. And caught up in the turmoil are the athletes, who continue to dominate on the world stage, despite being some of our most underpaid.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peter Bol: The innocent victim of clean sport
It's been the year from hell for Australian middle-distance runner, Peter Bol. In January, he was provisionally suspended from athletics for failing a routine doping test. He'd tested positive for a banned substance. As of August, Peter has been fully exonerated but questions remain. How did this happen? And what does it mean for the future of Peter Bol's athletic career?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How the Matildas changed Australian sport
Australia has embraced the Matildas and women's football. A record-breaking Women's World Cup has seen our Tillies inspire the nation, going further than any Aussie team has before. But has this moment changed Australian sport forever? And what will it take to secure the future of the game?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.