Archive for posts tagged with 'greg cary'

Jason Day

Brisbane Extra

Myth busting

Recent events in the world of sports have made lies of two myths. Perhaps, as politicians believe, if you repeat…

Glory days

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Glory days

Broncos legend Willie Carne has his groove back, writes Greg Cary Willie Carne has never been fitter – or, in many…

Laying down the law

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Laying down the law

The laws of the land apply to sport as well, writes Greg Cary. It's a pretty simple concept. Those who play sport…

The illusion of age

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The illusion of age

Age ain’t nothin’ but a number. At the age of 27, Jason Day is feeling a little old. No wonder. World number one Rory…

James Graham

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The technology paradox

The more Rugby League gets right, the more it is guaranteed to get wrong, writes Greg Cary. As is the case in the…

Teacher

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Teachers leave their mark

There is no doubting the influence of teachers and their sports equivalents — coaches. After winning the Australian…

110 per cent is too much

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110 per cent is too much

We only have 100 per cent to give and that should be enough. Tiger Woods' career is at its most serious crossroads.…

The blame game

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The blame game

We are all responsible for our actions as well as our reactions. The chances of the Pope featuring in my column were…

Confidence

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Confidence

Confidence is an elusive beast writes Greg Cary; here today, but fleeting the next. Another wonderful year of sport…

In the beginning…

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In the beginning…

To witness the beginnings of greatness is a wonderful thing writes Greg Cary. Beginnings. They are important in all kind…

In the beginning…

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In the beginning…

As the year draws to a close, I reflect on beginnings – because to witness the beginnings of greatness is a…

Space and sport – much in common

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Space and sport – much in common

The highs and lows of achievement in life and sport remind us that hope is priceless writes Greg Cary. One of the…

Rabbitohs celebrate their 2014 NRL Grand Final win, as predicted.

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The future is a foreign land

When challenged to predict the sporting year ahead, I took up the challenge. Now let’s look back. My esteemed…

Julia Gillard

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Julia Gillard launches My Story

With bmag columnist Greg Cary as master of ceremonies, Dymocks and bmag hosted Julia Gillard for the launch of her new…

The ASADA decision, a disgraceful mess

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The ASADA decision, a disgraceful mess

The ASADA decision is a disgraceful mess with a way to go yet, writes Greg Cary. If you suffer an injury are you…

Referee's whistle

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What to do about the refs?

After the calamitous refereeing decision that could yet cost The Broncos a place in the finals, all kinds of solutions…

Do children need to win and lose?

Parenting

Do children need to win and lose?

It’s hard for children to learn if we deny them experiences, writes Greg Cary. In recent years it has become…

Reflections on the Todd Carney case

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Reflections on the Todd Carney case

Morality and community values are evolving as individual privacy erodes, writes Greg Cary. In the great movie, The…