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Mark Harding

Show BioHide BioMARK HARDING is one of the most experienced and versatile sportswriters in Australia. He is a former news columnist for The Herald, sports editor for the Herald Sun, Chief Sportswriter for the Sunday Herald Sun and Chief Sportswriter for Australia's first weekly national sports magazine, Sports Weekly. He currently produces television shows on international sport for overseas markets.

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Roger and Rafa prove tennis rankings need an overhaul

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THE WORLD tennis rankings can often seem totally bewildering to most fans. MARK HARDING takes a look at the two top men and provides the reasons why Roger should be Number One: IF ever there was an example of why the world ranking system in tennis needs an ove... More »

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Swimmers learning to live with the new normal?

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SWIMMING is Australia’s favourite Olympic sport but maybe there’s a reason why the gold rush isn’t what it used to be – and may not be in future, writes MARK HARDING There’s been plenty of angst over Australia’s less than sparkling performance in the pool at t... More »

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IF WINNIE THE POOH LIKES GOLF, WHY DON’T YOU?

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MARK HARDING looks ahead to the British Open and ponders how some of the roughies manage to come in out of the rough: With the possible exception of synchronised swimming, no sport has more fun poked at it than golf. And it’s just not right! The game gets ridi... More »

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Time to give it a rest, Novak

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MARK HARDING has some words of advice for Novak Djokovic, as well as a certain pair of young Aussie players: Novak Djokovic is currently playing his 51st consecutive Grand Slam. His career began in the era when a guy called Federer and another guy called Nadal... More »