Even in a world of boundless complexity and confusion, our loss of Phillip Hughes still seems implausible.
Shirley Boyle may be 84, but she is again ready to pedal the Great Victorian Bike Ride.
"Mum, you have to yell out when I am on 63 so I can retire."
Racing Results for Friday, November 29
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika was brought to tears by news of Phillip Hughes' death but hopes his passing does not turn into a debate about the dangers of playing sport.
Recalled Wallaby Rob Horne wants to move on from his injury troubled past to forge a new path as a Test winger and is determined to make the most of his chance at Twickenham.
The last Wallabies coach to lose three Tests on a spring tour of Europe insists Australia has rediscovered “old fashion mongrel” and can be a World Cup contender next year.
Wallabies great George Gregan and captain Michael Hooper are united in the belief Australia can win the World Cup in England next year.
The exact spot on the pitch where Hughes died was where they said goodbye.
While most avid Japanese racegoers are hoping that local hero Gentildonna can capture her third Japan Cup in as many years on Sunday, the Australian interest however in Japan's flagship race will be viewing possible talent for next year's Caulfield and Melbourne Cup.
Hawi, the then national president of the Comanchero motorcycle gang, was sentenced to a maximum of 28 years ...