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Margins of history: The fine line between golden moments and near misses

Margins of history: The fine line between golden moments and near misses

Whether it’s missing out on Olympic gold by less than a second, or booting the Wallabies to victory, sporting success can hinge on the finest of margins.

  • by Peter FitzSimons

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‘Kurtley is super keen’: A decade on, could a reunion of the Three Amigos be on the cards?

‘Kurtley is super keen’: A decade on, could a reunion of the Three Amigos be on the cards?

Quade Cooper, James O’Connor and Kurtley Beale were once the bad boys of Australian rugby. Now there are calls for them to reunite on the Wallabies spring tour.

  • by Tom Decent
One week after rankings rise, Wallabies chase more history against Pumas

One week after rankings rise, Wallabies chase more history against Pumas

The Wallabies have not won three consecutive games in The Rugby Championship since 2015. They can snap that streak on Saturday.

  • by Sam Phillips
‘It’s Cooper and Kerevi’: Rival coach reveals how the Wallabies beat the world champions
Analysis
Analysis

‘It’s Cooper and Kerevi’: Rival coach reveals how the Wallabies beat the world champions

Japan’s attack coach Tony Brown has kept a close eye on the Wallabies ahead of a clash in October, and has identified the secrets behind Australia’s post-Bledisloe resurgence.

  • by Paul Cully
The chat that convinced Wallabies bolter to kiss French deal goodbye

The chat that convinced Wallabies bolter to kiss French deal goodbye

Rob Leota was nearly the one that got away from the Wallabies. This is how the Rebels and Rugby Australia stopped the youngster from taking a lucrative deal with a French club.

  • by Sam Phillips
O’Connor to play first Test this season, Swinton dropped for Pumas clash

O’Connor to play first Test this season, Swinton dropped for Pumas clash

Reece Hodge has beaten James O’Connor to the vacant fullback slot but the Reds star will make his return via the bench. The news isn’t as good for Swinton, who has been left out of the squad.

  • by Sam Phillips
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Wallabies’ vintage victories over Boks need to be bottled and aged for World Cup
Opinion
Opinion

Wallabies’ vintage victories over Boks need to be bottled and aged for World Cup

The Wallabies’ victories over the Springboks deserve to be savoured. For what they were, and what they could mean in two years time.

  • by Peter FitzSimons
Wallabies workhorse Koroibete ‘best in the world’ but hasn’t earned a rest just yet

Wallabies workhorse Koroibete ‘best in the world’ but hasn’t earned a rest just yet

A video of Marika Koroibete’s incredible work rate has Wallabies officials saying there is no better winger in world rugby.

  • by Sam Phillips
After springing to attention against Boks, Wallabies star locked in until 2023

After springing to attention against Boks, Wallabies star locked in until 2023

Just days following his two tries against South Africa, Len Ikitau has recommitted to Australian rugby.

  • by Tom Decent
Fresh out of a ‘glorified jail cell’, McMahon wants to match it with the big boys again at Test level

Fresh out of a ‘glorified jail cell’, McMahon wants to match it with the big boys again at Test level

It’s been nearly four years since Sean McMahon last appeared on the international stage and the 26-Test back-rower admits he would have liked to wear a gold jersey at the 2019 World Cup.

  • by Tom Decent
Why the radio silence when calling the Wallabies should be as simple as ABC?
Opinion
Opinion

Why the radio silence when calling the Wallabies should be as simple as ABC?

The Wallabies’ absence from the national broadcaster is hard to fathom, especially considering a couple of Australian rugby doyens are waiting in the wings.

  • by Wayne Smith