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.
Kait O'Callahan chats to Kyah Simon - Australian female soccer striker and the first Indigenous woman to score for Australia - about the highs of her career, motivation and the challenges she faces as a woman in sport.
The sunshine came to Portsea on Saturday, together with the shortest of dresses and shorts, low cut tops and a generous serving of neon. Sarah Kempson reflects on her first visit to the Jeep Portsea Polo - promised a Flemington-esque day on the green, did it deliver?
Tennis, and sport in general, is full of role models that are actually relatable and come in all shapes and sizes, argues Kait O'Callahan. She believes it's time we stopped idolising models and celebrities, and instead looked to healthy, fit sportswomen.
In what is set to be a fantastic day at Australia’s much loved sporting tournament, Jacob’s Creek Super Sunday is taking place on Sunday the 20th of January at the Australian Open - and we've got 10 ground passes to giveaway.
Held in picturesque Portsea, the 2013 Jeep Portsea Polo is not to be missed - comprising of thrilling polo matches with some of the world’s best players, first class hospitality and the who’s who of the social set.
Ken Rosewall was an influential Australian tennis players who lived through the amateur/pro and open tennis eras. Author Richard Naughton starts this book off slowly, but once he starts to write about the politics of open tennis, 'Muscles' becomes captivating, says Kait O'Callahan.
Ron Barassi is a name synonymous with Aussie Rules, and is arguably the AFL’s greatest name. The Premiership player and coach has a story fit for a legend, and fit for sharing - which is exactly what Barassi: The Stage Show is doing, writes Morgan Stewart.
Melbourne Storm will face a determined Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs outfit in the 2012 NRL Grand Final, who in the 78th year of their decorated history have beaten dogged challengers Manly-Warringah and South Sydney to reach the Grand Final. Jordan Witte reports.