Nathan Jawai: the first Indigenous Australian to play in the NBA
Joshua Robinson, 18, is a track athlete and he’s pretty darn good at it
In 2006 Deadly Sounds spoke to the second ever Indigenous Australian to play in the NBA, Patrick Mills
The 21st Imparja Cup wrapped up late last month in what was a successful six days of Aboriginal cricket at its finest
Back in ’06 we spoke to the man who is time and time again cited as the best player in the NRL, Johnathan Thurston
The family of 18-year-old Corey Laughton have launched a fundraising campaign following his selection to play full time soccer and study in the USA
Seven Aboriginal Oztag teams are heading to the 2014 Oceania Indigenous Invitational Cup in New Zealand
Now wearing the red, white and blue of Sydney Roosters, ex-Broncos Justin Hodges talks candidly with Deadly Vibe about his game, his goals and that dressing-down.
The Imparja Cup is set to sizzle this month in Alice Springs, drawing young cricketing talent from across the nation…
David Williams has struck a match winning goal as he lifted the Melbourne Heart to back-to-back victories over the weekend
Gold Coast surfer Rory Togo is one focused fella who takes his training seriously – although on the day Deadly Vibe caught up with him, he was breaking his tough regime to have a celebration.
27.10.03 – 11 years ago Deadly Sounds spoke to activist, footballer, leader, role model and 2014 Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes. We talk to him about his recent Brownlow Medal win, what it takes to be an elite athlete and the his thoughts on Nicky Winmar’s iconic anti-racism stand – something that Adam, unbeknownst to him, would emulate a decade after this interview.
With the legacies of Harry Williams, John Moriarty and Charles Perkins burning brightly, Travis Dodd is Australian soccer’s newest home-grown hero
Deadly Vibe Issue 95 January 2005 – In the United States he’s a superstar, with a legion of fans and countless sponsors scrambling for him to endorse their products. But when Chad Reed returned home to Australia recently, there was barely a ripple.
Kyle Anderson became just the second Australian and the first Aboriginal Australian to hit a televised nine-darter
Perth Scorchers have confirmed Aboriginal fast bowler Hayden Collard as one of their Rookies
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