Voted Australia’s most marketable athlete in Gemba’s 2017 ‘Asset Power’...
Dylan Alcott OAM
In 2016 Dylan Alcott became the first wheelchair athlete to...
Awarded the 2018 Brownlow Medal and 2018 AFL Players’ Association...
A unique leader in Australian sport. In a class of...
Five-time World Championship medallist and two-time 100m Freestyle World Champion....
Gold medallist in Men’s pole vault at the Gold Coast...
The most exciting sprint prospect in Australian athletics since the...
Australian and Oceanian U20 100m record holder and second fastest...
Debuted for the Australian Diamonds in 2013 before she had...
Recovered from an ACL injury to be the selection bolter...
Made her Australian Diamonds debut in 2017 after an impressive...
Star of Channel Nine’s reality renovation television program, The Block....
Ellia Green OAM
Won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games...
George Smith AM
111 test caps for the Wallabies and two-time John Eales...
Son of former Wallabies hard-man Sam Scott-Young, Angus is a...
Dual gold medallist in Slopestyle and Big Air at the...
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Dylan Alcott and quad doubles partner Heath Davidson, won the ITF World Team Cup in the Netherlands. The event is the wheelchair tennis equivalent of the Davis Cup and Fed Cup. Alcott won his singles rubber with a 6-0, 6-0 result and then sealed the trophy with a 6-3, 6-1 result in the quad doubles final over Israel.
4th June 2018
Daniel Ricciardo wins unbelievable Monaco Grand Prix, overcoming power loss to finish ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in one of the greatest F1 drives in recent memory. It was his second win of the season and seventh of his career, boosting his position to third in the World Championship title race.
28th May 2018
The Sports Group announces signing of Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy to exclusive global management agreement.
24th April 2018
Ellia Green wins TAG Heuer’s ‘Don’t Crack Under Pressure’ award at the World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 Awards night in Paris.
11th June 2018
Paige Hadley was a special guest of FRANKiE4 Footwear at their Sydney pop-up store. Paige was custom-fit for two pairs of FRANKiE4’s. The brand is podiatrist-designed and their shoes have hidden support and technical features. They are perfect for an athlete like Paige who has had lower-limb complaints throughout her career.
18th May 2018
Scotty James joined Chris Hemsworth for TAG Heuer’s 55th anniversary of the iconic TAG Heuer Carrera at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Scotty James is an official TAG Heuer ‘Friend of the Brand’, offering the perfect embodiment of the brands’ #DontCrackUnderPressure strapline. His consecutive world titles (2015 and 2017), X Games victory (2017) and his breakout Winter Olympic Games performance all point to Scotty James’ mental toughness on the big stage.
6th June 2018
Pole vaulter Kurtis Marschall announced as Athlete of the Year for SA Athletics following his brilliant gold medal-winning performance at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Kurtis will depart for Europe in the coming weeks to compete in up to 10 IAAF meets across the European summer.
8th June 2018
Dylan Alcott stages inaugural AbilityFest and raises $200,000 for young Australian’s living with disability. Every artist and supplier has re-committed their services and expertise for AbilityFest 2019.
8th April 2018
James Magnussen was a VIP guest at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Collection Launch at Carriageworks in Sydney. The Swiss luxury watch brand has launched an entire collection of sports watches that are variations on its Polaris theme.
30th May 2018
James Magnussen was invited to speak at the Big Day Out for PDH/PE HSC students in Sydney’s CBD. James conducted a Q&A for the students talking through a typical week of training, his nutrition plan in and out of competition, what nutritional supplements he takes, how he recovers, and what sports psychology techniques he draws on to address his high performance objectives. This was the second consecutive year James was invited to be part of the event.
28th May 2018
What they said
He’s been super. We need 10 more Ricciardo’s.
Bernie Ecclestone on Red Bull Racing superstar Daniel Ricciardo
CEO, Formula One Group
Tennis Australia sat me down and said if you want to do this, we’ll support you. And I said, ‘I don’t want to be supported like a wheelchair tennis player, I want to be supported as a tennis player like Nick Kyrgios is, or Sam Stosur is. I don’t care that I’m in a wheelchair. If you treat me equally to them, I’ll do it’. And they did, and they gave me everything that I wanted. They treat me as if I am Roger Federer.
Dylan Alcott OAM
World Number 1 Quad Singles Tennis Player and Paralympic Gold Medallist
In our organisation when we put people on, the number one thing we look at is their work ethic and then we will look at their character, then we will look at how they do their role. Working hard is not just flogging yourself every day. If I can’t answer a question about a player, about what he did at the weekend or what an opposition might do in this situation, or go into meetings or a video session and the clips are not in the right order, that just shows I’m not working hard, so why should they work hard.
Head Coach, Melbourne Storm
I’m calm and collected when I need to be, but why not put on a smile.
Gold Medallist, Men's Pole Vault - 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
I’ve never known a personality like him, frankly. (Ricciardo) is unbelieveable. When he signs somebody’s program, he does it with passion and he looks them in the eye and he gives them that huge smile. He really believes in what he is doing. So that smile speaks volumes about the man himself.
The Late Ron Walker AC on Formula 1 superstar Daniel Ricciardo
Chairman, Australian Grand Prix Corporation (1993-2015)
George Smith is the best player I have ever seen.
Former Wallabies Head Coach
It’s incredibly exciting to see Ella coming through and shining so much. It is one of those things in sport, everything hinges on self-belief. You can train and put in the hours but it is about being able to deliver mentally, as well as physically. Once you have that believe, anything is possible. Once you start running against the best in the world, they’re going to push you onwards and upwards aswell.
Melinda Gainsford-Taylor on track sprinter, Ella Nelson
Australian 100m and 200m record holder
He’s the best coach I’ve ever had and someone I have the utmost respect for. He’s a mentor in a lot of ways and someone I hold in the highest regard. He’s got an amazing work ethic. Sometimes he needs to give you a kick up the bum, and other times he’s there as a sort of father figure. He’s the best coach I’ve ever dealt with.
Brett Finch on coach Craig Bellamy
Former Melbourne Storm and NSW State of Origin player
I’ve worked really hard in the gym and on speed and change of direction. I think I’m in the best shape of my career.
Vice Captain, NSW Swifts and Australian Diamonds Squad member
This is only the beginning! I’ve always been determined. As a girl, I used to have posters of the big powerful track sprinters on my bedroom wall and I’d think – I want to be like that. I was always competitive with my brother – we’d even race to finish dinner. I still want to make another Olympic Games, I’d like to continue my work as a nurse…my dream would be to work for the UN in world aid. I’d also like to return to the track one day after rugby. I’ve heard that women in their thirties peak. I also want to be a positive role model for island girls. I was a village girl at one stage, too.
Ellia Green OAM
Gold Medallist, Women's Rugby 7s - 2016 Rio Olympic Games
When I was 13 or 14, I got my first ever contract. I became pro and I won basically every competition I entered. The US Open, European Open…I was the best junior in the world. No one could beat me. Then I had to learn how to make it in the men’s category. It has taken some time but now I am getting there.
World Champion Snowboarder
Kim’s fitness is incredible, but it’s not her only attribute. Her attacking play is impeccable, and the fact that she averages less than two turnovers per game is astonishing, given how often she handles the ball.