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History Man

• Posted in Australia / Cricket / Misc. • By JosephBaker

Read about the fantastic achievements of Jimmy Anderson, England's new leading wicket-taker. 

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A football nation on the rise

• Posted in Australia / Football / Gap Year • By JosephBaker

Find out why Australia is fast becoming one of the most exciting places in the world to play football in.

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The Best Place to Play Rugby League

• Posted in Australia / Misc. • By JosephBaker

This year’s World Club Challenge again demonstrated the quality of rugby league in Australia. Discover why you should head there to play the game through a gap year with Sport Lived.

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The Six Nation’s Greatest Ever Day

• Posted in Australia / Gap Year / New Zealand / Rugby Union / South Africa • By JosephBaker

Find out exactly why the final day of the 2015 6 Nations was the finest in the history of the tournament. 

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A Game of Fine Margins

• Posted in Australia / Misc. / Tennis • By JoeBaker

In the end, Novak Djokovic comfortably overcame Andy Murray to win his 5th Australian Open. However, after two and a half agonisingly close opening sets, what did their match-up really say about the highest level of professional sport?

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The 2015 Six Nations Championship – The Biggest in Years

• Posted in Misc. / Rugby Union • By JoeBaker

Discover why, with the World Cup drawing ever-nearer, this year’s Six Nations Championship is so crucial for those involved. 

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The 2015 Cricket World Cup

• Posted in Australia / Cricket / Gap Year / New Zealand • By JoeBaker

The 2015 Cricket World Cup is soon to start in Australia and New Zealand, two of the countries where Sport Lived run their fantastic cricket gap-year programmes. Find out why this is set up to be one of the greatest World Cups ever. 

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The Aussies in Australia

• Posted in Australia / Tennis • By JoeBaker

It has been 37 and 39 years respectively since the last female and male winners of the Australian Open. What are the hopes of those current Australian players with the potential to go far at this year’s tournament in the Sport Lived gap year destination of Melbourne?

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