When Kait O'Callahan arrived in Melbourne four years ago, AFL was the monster truck that blasted its horn and showed off its expensive paint job, running over all other sports in its haste to prove it was the biggest and best choice. Here's why she can't stand the sport...
The 1983 America's Cup is an Australian sporting triumph that won't be forgotten easily. Yet no matter how many times you've read about how Australia came back from the brink to break the USA's 132 year winning streak, you'll still find yourself on the edge of your seat in John Bertrand's 'Born To Win'.
Ice Hockey may not be Melbourne’s biggest sport, but with two teams and plenty of passionate fans, there’s much for locals to get excited about. Kait O'Callahan caught up with Pat O’Kane of the Melbourne Mustangs, a team that has gone from strength to strength.
Australia is full of soccer snobs, writes Kait O'Callahan. Rather than try and promote the sport they love in their own country, they insult the A-League in every way possible. And it's simply not good enough.
The Australian passion for sport is taking on a new form as Fanfare Prints introduces their unique take on the infamous framed jersey with the launch of their stylish fan journey boards - and what beauties they are.
The largest cycling store in Melbourne's CBD opened on Thursday night as a result of a partnership between cycling brand Trek and Melbourne-based CBD cycling retail outfit, Cycles Galleria.
If you're yet to witness the spectacle that is ice hockey, or are keen to check out the local talent, Onya Magazine has two fantastic packages to see the Melbourne Mustangs play this Saturday night.
What started out as a simple idea from Will Fraser to attempt the arduous journey from the Sunshine Coast to Darwin for the pure joy of riding turned into a fundraiser for a more-than-worthy cause, writes Elly Hartley.
Chelsea Higgins grew up dreaming of competing in equestrian on the international stage. She was on track to do just that when a tragic accident in 2010 left her in a coma for nine days and resulted in permanent disability. Kait O'Callahan chats to her about her refusal to give up.
At 22, Ellyse Perry is the first Australian woman to play in both the cricket and soccer World Cups and is one of the most recognisable female athletes in Australia today. Kait O'Callahan chats to her about the state of women's cricket, sporting idols and more.
Kait O'Callahan does not believe that soccer breeds more aggressive fans than any other sport. To help grow the game, she argues that we need to attract fans in the same way the Melbourne Heart attracted her three years ago; by being passionate without being aggressive and by cheering without putting others down.