Australian Bernard Tomic has shrugged off his Miami arrest and banishment from the Davis Cup team to successfully defend his Claro Open Colombia title in Bogota.
As you may or may not be aware, the EASA AU Open Ladder for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive wrapped up last night. Top Australian team Dire Wolves faced off against Team Molotov in a best of three series to for the title of best Counter-Strike team in Australia. Now you can watch all three matches and marvel at some seriously top-level competitive play. More »
It's been a rough and extremely bizarre year for Australian professional golfer and four-time PGA Tour winner Robert Allenby. In January, hours after finishing his second round at the Sony Open in Hawaii, Allenby claimed to have been...Show More Summary
Electric car maker’s SUV model expected to hit Australian roads Q3 2016.
Robert Allenby's former caddie, Mick Middlemo, is speaking like a man liberated. Middlemo, who split with Allenby halfway through the first round of last week's RBC Canadian Open, said in an Australian radio interview that he doesn't...Show More Summary
THIS TIME, THE PUTT GOT to the hole and dropped in.Australian good guy Jason Day won a shootout at the RBC Canadian Open by sinking a 22-foot birdie putt on the final hole to beat Canadian David Hearn and American Bubba Watson by a shot. Show More Summary
Australian tennis player wins tournament after he was arrested in Miami and banished from Davis Cup squad this month.
This is not how you make friends A caddie who witnessed the argument between Robert Allenby and his caddie Mick Middlemo during the Canadian Open is not a fan of the way the Australian treated his bagman. He also kind of thinks Allenby...Show More Summary
A star-studded group that includes Australian Jason Day and American Bubba Watson will attempt to prevent Canada's David Hearn from making history at the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday.
Russia opens its arms to Asia, notes Australian scholar Salvatore Babones, referring to the Kremlin law, establishing a "free port" in Vladivostok; the legislation will come into force on October 12, 2015.
There might be pork buns. Is it another Fuku? A cheap-beer hall? A burger joint, just to stick it to the Australians? David Chang and his business partner, Andrew Salmon, are opening a new concept at 232 Eighth Avenue, at 21st Street, but the only facts known to the public are that it'll have 68 seats, a seven-person bar, and a full liquor license. Show More Summary
Australian central bank Gov. Glenn Stevens said cutting interest rates further remained an option while adding that to keep on lowering would at some point invite danger to the economy. "It is not quite good enough simply to say that...Show More Summary
Masters and U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth will return to Sydney in late November to defend his Australian Open title, organizers said on Tuesday.
Masters and U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth says he will defend his Australian Open title at the end of November.
Jordan Spieth to return to the scene of victory that got him started on his roll
Father-of-three Zach Johnson refused to get too carried away after winning the 144th British Open in a four-hole playoff with South African Louis Oosthuizen and Australian Marc Leishman on Monday.
MORE THAN EIGHT YEARS AFTER being no one's pick to win the Masters, Zach Johnson has won the Open Championship by shooting a final-round 66 and defeating 2010 Open champion Louis Oosthuizen and Australian Marc Leishman in a four-hole playoff at the Old Course in St. Show More Summary
ST ANDREWS, Scotland - American Zach Johnson claimed the second major victory of his career when he beat Australian Marc Leishman and Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa in a four-hole playoff at the British Open on Monday. Johnson, who won the U.S. Show More Summary
During the World Surf League's J-Bay Open in South Africa, Australian surfer Mick Fanning was attacked by disrupted by a shark and left the water unscathed. Marine biologist Dr. Allison Kock explains how he was able to prevent being bit. Video courtesy of Reuters Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
American Zach Johnson, Australian Marc Leishman and South African Louis Oosthuizen will contest a four-hole playoff to decide the British Open after they all finished on 15-under 273 on Monday.