Thursday, August 18, 2022
What to look out for during the last stint of the 2021 Formula One season

BusyFormula #023: What you should look out for as the 2021 F1 season enters...

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There’s no doubt that both are giving it their best by now, with Hamilton no longer willing to back out like he used to and demanding respect, while Verstappen is set in his always aggressive forward stance.

Asics unveils Australian Olympic team uniforms for Tokyo 2020 games

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The range has Australian green and gold colour schemes with Japanese origami inspired graphics highlighted throughout, to express the power and pride of the Australian team. The ASICS Tokyo 2020 uniform range includes a shirt incorporating a design by Indigenous artist and Olympian Boxer, Paul Fleming.
BusyFormula #016: Is Ferrari set for a Déjà vu come 2022?

BusyFormula #016: Is Ferrari heading for déjà vu during the 2022 season?

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Sainz understands that in sport of thin margins, the slightest swing of odds in your favor is an opportunity you can’t afford to squander.

BusyFormula #035: The innovation race that is shaping Formula One

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It was the aftermath of the 2021 Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Max Verstappen had finished in P1, 35.7 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton in 2nd place. And while the Orange army was elated that things were going their way, the more neutral fans of the sport were slightly disillusioned. Had we just traded one team’s dominance for another? 

BusyFormula #034: Is win no. 101 the best drive of Hamilton’s F1 career?

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I have to say, in the 14 years that I have watched Hamilton race in F1, there are very few drives of his or any other driver that can compare to what he did in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

The Quiver lets surfers rent their sticks in Airbnb-like service.

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Sea’s the day with new platform that lets surfers get paid to share their boards. Tis the sea, son! Hauling your surfboard from beach to...

After school activities are the key to happier children, reveals UniSA study

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Whether it’s sports practice, music lessons or a catch up with friends, when children are involved in after-school activities, they’re more likely to feel happier and healthier than their counterparts who are glued to a screen. In a study by the UniSA and the Department for Education, researchers found that children’s wellbeing is heightened when they participate in extra-curricular activities, yet lowered when they spent time on social media or video games.

BusyFormula #040: Why Monaco and Baku could end Mercedes’ hopes

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Last season, Mercedes had started looking invincible after their Barcelona masterclass. But the Monaco Grand Prix followed, triggering a string of five races where Mercedes had no win while Red Bull pulled away in the championship standings. Monaco and Baku are two races that were particularly tough as they struggled. With that in mind, it’s not far-fetched that these two races and others on similar tracks could kill Mercedes’ championship hopes. Why?

PUMA CEO Bjørn Gulden and Juve’s Giorgio Chiellini talk about leadership

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PUMA CEO Bjørn Gulden and Giorgio Chiellini, who captained the Italian national football team to success at Euro2020, talked about their careers, leadership skills and the importance of having fun, in a video interview published as part of the sports company’s annual report.

Peloton isn’t the Netflix of fitness – that’s why it can succeed in Australia

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Peloton can succeed in Australia if it addresses three pillars essential to any subscription business.