LISTEN: Collingwood CEO Gary Pert says it's ironic the amount of money spent on altitude training by clubs who say they "can't fully fund their football program".
2014 in sport: To finally wrap up the year 2013 in sport, Gerard Healy and Dwayne Russell put together an alphabet.
LISTEN: Australia coach Darren Lehmann has thrown his support behind Michael Clarke after the skipper was fined 20 per cent of his match fee for sledging.
LISTEN: The new head coach of Melbourne Victory FC says the team needs to play tighter defence is they expect to compete with the league's top teams.
SPORTS TODAY: On the eve of the first Ashes test in Brisbane, a representative from the world famous Barmy Army cheering squad spoke to Gerard and Dwayne on Sports Today.
LISTEN: Richmond CEO Brendan Gale says the club is building towards grand final success after announcing a $3.3 million profit.
REPLAY: New Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou discusses the honour of becoming the national team's coach and the challenge ahead to inject a winning culture into his sqaud.
UPDATE: Hawthorn footballer Jed Anderson has been released from a Darwin hospital following his treatment for pneumonia.
SPORTS TODAY: Caroline Wilson has criticised the behaviour of the Australian International Rules team in Ireland, saying it was inappropriate and a 'bad look' for the team to go on an all-night drinking session in Dublin after losing the first test.
LISTEN: Former Australian cricket captain Ian Chappell says sledging has become entrenched, and he's concerned where it's heading.
ASHES: England batsman Jonathon Trott is returning to England due to a "stress-related" illness, and the England coach has used the opportunity to take a swipe at David Warner.
LISTEN: 322-game Brisbane legend Simon Black joins 3AW Sports Today and discusses his storied career and decision to finally call it quits at age 34.
LIONS BOARD FIGHT: AFL champion Leigh Matthews says a deal labelled a "lie" by Brisbane Lions chairman Angus Johnson did exist, and would have been good for the club.
TRIBUTE: The racing industry is mourning Andrew Ramsden tonight after the former Victorian Racing Club chairman died from a stroke.
WATCH: Police say after reviewing CCTV footage, Billy Slater was a victim in a nightclub altercation overnight in Manchester.
RACING: Champion jockey Damian Oliver has been suspended for 12 meets for careless riding putting him out of the Cox plate and the Geelong Cup.
LISTEN: Australian golf champion Adam Scott says the key to success is a great caddie.
AFL: Former Essendon player Nathan Lovett-Murray has voluntarily admitted himself into a rehabilitation clinic.
RACING: The champion who kept coming second, Hay List, has been retired.
LISTEN: Caroline Wilson says sacked St Kilda coach Scott Watters was “delusional” and put himself before the club.
LISTEN: Caroline Wilson has slammed the Indigenous All Stars series, labelling it an outright “disaster”.
LISTEN: Hawthorn club leader Josh Gibson joined Sports Today on Monday and discussed his best and fairest win, admitting he teared up during the presentation.
LISTEN: Melbourne Victory says it has suffered a big loss with Ange Postecoglou named the new coach of the Socceroos.
AFL: Fremantle CEO Steve Rosich says the club will be looking to play as many games as possible at the MCG next year.
DEMONS: Melbourne has named 2004 Port Adelaide premiership player Josh Mahoney as its new football operations manager.
LISTEN: Journalist Jacquelin Magnay says the Essendon saga still has "quite a lot of play still to come".
LISTEN: Former number one draft pick Melbourne youngster Jack Watts has signed a deal with the Demons.
FINALS: Geelong’s Andrew Mackie says Friday night's preliminary final against Hawthorn will be a battle of the midfields.
LISTEN: Ben McEvoy's very candid and insightful interview with Tony Shaw and Caroline Wilson.
LISTEN: Port Adelaide young gun Ollie Wines' mum Jane joined the boys for what they described as 'the best interview' they've done in the 'history of the show'.
LISTEN: The St Kilda best and fairest count tomorrow night will be a low key affair following the media storm over their Mad Monday antics.
AFL: Sydney premiership player Shane Mumford has accepted a three-year deal with Greater Western Sydney.
LISTEN: West Coast's newly appointed coach says his experience at Hawthorn helped him beat strong candidates in Peter Sumich and Scott Burns.
LISTEN: Former AFL commissioner Colin Carter says Sydney Swans signing Lance Franklin is very “problematic”.
CONFIRMED: Essendon has officially appointed Mark 'Bomber' Thompson as the senior coach of the club.
BUDDY DEAL: Lance Franklin says the 'fishbowl effect' played no role in his decision to leave Hawthorn.
GERARD HEALY: I know it’s a bug of mine and I have been here before but I want to address it again.
AFL: AFL Players Association chief executive Matt Finnis has labelled the publishing of Ahmed Saad’s drug test results by Caroline Wilson as a ‘disgrace’
GEELONG LEGEND: Former Geelong full-back and three-time premiership player Matthew Scarlett has opened up about life, his career and his new book in a rare interview with Sports Today.
AFL: Matthew Lloyd says Dustin Martin is a player with “issues” and should be let go from Richmond.
DONS: Essendon great Matthew Lloyd says his former club's interim coach "could be a wild card".
AFL: Brisbane has confirmed the appointment of Justin Leppitsch as their new senior coach.
AFL: Richmond legend Matthew Richardson slams Dustin Martin’s management.
BASEBALL: Alex Rodriguez, baseball's highest-paid player in the United States and one of the sport's greatest hitters, has been suspended for a record 211 games for doping offences.
LISTEN: Gold Coast star Gary Ablett says former Geelong teammate, Joel Selwood, was the best player in the game this year.
VIDEO: Yet to understand what all the fuss was about at the MCG last night? A lifelong Liverpool supporter explains what it's like to see his club in the flesh and growing up supporting a sporting giant of the world.
AFL: Former Collingwood champion Tony Shaw says he wants the club to clarify what they want to do with his nephew, Heath Shaw.
SOCCER: Liverpool fanatics have had the rare opportunity to watch their heroes in action tonight ahead of the English Premier League club's exhibition match with Melbourne Victory.
AFL: Richmond's Dustin Martin has received a $2000 fine suspended for two years for his jailhouse salute on the weekend.
LISTEN: Melbourne Storm champion Billy Slater says he is confident going into Saturday night's semi finals clash.
TEAMS NIGHT: Injured stars Tom Hawkins and Matthew Kreuzer have been named for this weekend.
AFL: Essendon ruckman Tom Bellchambers has signed a new two year deal with the Bombers securing him until the end of the 2015 season.
GOOD KARMA: Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson was on the positive end of the karma bus on Sunday when his side won by just two points in a thrilling finish over Geelong.
AFL: Interim Brisbane coach Mark Harvey has categorically ruled out coaching the Lions full time claiming he does not want the job.
AFL: Stay on top of all the injury news around the AFL with 3AW Football.
SEASON 2014: The AFL Commission has finalised the structure of the regular season in 2014 with a second bye scheduled and a return to some form of representative football.
SPORTS TODAY: Matthew Lloyd said we have seen one of the worst coaching performances of the year. AND: Is Didak done?
WHAT'S NEXT?: Caroline Wilson and Dwayne Russell say Mark Williams is the man most likely to take on the task of pulling Melbourne from the bottom of the ladder.
TRIBUNAL: Stevie J tweets his disappointment... But not his surprise.
KENNETT COUP?: Former Melbourne champ Gerard Healy has backed a Jeff Kennett challenge.
UMPIRE INTERVENTION: Richmond Coach Damien Hardwick says he is bewildered that umpires briefed James Hird about a change of umpiring ahead of the 'Dreamtime at the G' clash in Round 9.
SPORTS TODAY: Malcolm Conn says it's time to get tough on Australia's cricketers, starting with David Warner.
LISTEN: North Melbourne star Daniel Wells told how an altercation with Shaun Burgoyne that left him in tears taught him toughen up.
SPORTS TODAY: If you listen to one segment of Sports Today, make it this one.
AFL: Matthew Lloyd says only three teams can win the flag - and he doesn't seem to rate Adelaide.
A-LEAGUE: Socceroos star Harry Kewell has signed a one year deal with Melbourne Heart in the A-League.
AFL: Melbourne and Richmond players pay the price for half-time scuffle.
JOYLESS: John Singleton has pleaded guilty and Gai Waterhouse has been charged after a melodramatic day in the More Joyous inquiry at Sydney.
VIDEO: Melbourne gun Nathan Jones does his best to explain why he was elevated to the co-captaincy.
TENNIS FEUD: The father of Bernard Tomic has been suspended from the ATP tour following the alleged assault of Thomas Drouet.
RISING STAR: Hawthorn speedster Bradley Hill finds time between computer games with a Collingwood rival to chat with Dwayne and Gerard.
SPORTS TODAY: 3AW Football's Caroline Wilson has hit back at Eddie McGuire after the Collingwood President called her Dane Swan rumour "Puerile, muckraking, red herring, bomb throwing rubbish."
SPORTS TODAY: Coming off a resounding 41-point win and the highest scoring 4th quarter ever in the history of the Melbourne Football Club, Nathan Jones hopes the Demons are back on track. He joined Gerard, Dwayne and BT on Monday.
SPORTS TODAY: Last night, Brendan Goddard told 3AW there was a lapse in judgment from the Don's Football Department, which allowed TV cameras access to James Hird and Jobe Watson's emotional post-game speeches.
RICHMOND: As Richmond prepares for its blockbuster clash on Saturday against Collingwood, Captain Trent Cotchin says their 3-0 start is no fluke. Listen to the skipper on Sports Today.
3AW FOOTBALL: Jeff Kennett has issued an apology to Alastair Clarkson following his stern appraisal of the Hawthorn's coach on 3AW Sports Today last night.
AFL ROUND ONE: Richmond coach Damien Hardwick says this Thursday’s opener against the Blues will be a great challenge for his side to ‘grow-up’.
SPORTS TODAY: Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has played down his rivalry between the former Magpie senior coach Mick Malthouse ahead of this weekend’s Collingwood vs Carlton blockbuster.
INTERVIEW: Fresh from his Quiksilver Pro win at Kirra beach today after pipping Australian defending world champion Joel Parkinson at the post, Kelly Slater spoke with Sports Today.
CHEATING ACCUSATION: On Sports Today, Cricket legend Dean Jones lashed out at accusations he cheated during a Sydney PGA legends event in January after the Herald Sun revealed he was disqualified for submitting an incorrect scorecard.
SUPPLEMENT INJECTIONS: This morning the Herald Sun claimed they had 'exclusive' details on a group of Bombers players being subject to up to 40 injections as part of a 'free-wheeling supplements program'.
GERARD HEALY: The Baggy Green has been devalued enormously over the last two years, and if Shane Watson plays again you'll be able to buy the Baggy Green at Coles.
3AW FOOTBALL: Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has weighed into the debate over capping the number of interchanges. Listen here.
LISTEN: Melbourne head coach Mark Neeld spoke to Gerard and Dwayne on Sports Today Wednesday and discussed his team's preparation for their Round 1 match-up against Port Adelaide in two weeks time.
ESSENDON STATEMENT: A top executive has been called in to probe the operations of Essendon in the wake of the drug supplement scandal. The review will be conducted by Ziggy Switkowski, and comes while the club is investigated by the AFL & ASADA.
DRUGS IN SPORT: AFL Chief Executive Andrew Demetriou has revealed that specific allegations have been made against at least one AFL Club as a result of the Australian Crime Commission investigation.
DRUGS IN SPORT: Former Collingwood Captain Tony Shaw doesn't believe a single AFL player will miss a match as a result of the drug scandal that has rocked Australian sport.
WATCH VIDEO: Ahead of the release of his new book, Chappelli: Life, Larrikins and Cricket, Australian cricketing legend Ian Chappell dropped by Sports Today to discuss Sir Donald Bradman, World Series Cricket, Ed Cowan, and questions surrounding Shane Warne's speculated Test cricket comeback.
TENNIS: Sam Stosur, Australia's number one women's tennis player has labelled Bernard Tomic's behaviour "disappointing". "He's young but he seems to be making a lot of poor decisions at the moment," Stosur told Sports Today.
LLOYD LIST: Matthew Lloyd has listed his best-to-worst coaches of 2012. A couple of surprising placements considering where some teams are positioned on the ladder. Check out the full list here.
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