Sammy Wloszczowski

Sammy is a 26 year old Melbourne-born-and-bred expat working in the world of Sports Management. After living in Melbourne and Sydney, working with AFL clubs, A-League soccer clubs and various institutes of sport, Sammy moved to the US in November 2011, and is now based in DC/ Maryland and working primarily in the basketball domain. Sammy has some family in the US, but for the most part is entirely new to the country, culture and coffee in America. Follow him @sammyw021

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The New York Jets have signed Australian rugby player Hayden Smith as a tight end prospect according to his personal coach Tim Brewster Hayden. Though Australian-born, Smith has been representing the United States Rugby team of late, including in the World Cup, and has also played rugby professionally in England. He has also previously played basketball in the US [...]

Jim Stynes and Matthew Wonaeamirri

Growing up, I had a wall covered in posters of two varieties – football and basketball. The basketball posters were cut-outs from magazines, and the football posters were larger-than-life (for a young fella) broadsheets of my heroes Jimmy Stynes and Garry Lyon. I was too young to appreciate the footballing talents of Robbie Flower live, [...]

Kyrie Irving (R) with last years #1 NBA rookie draft pick, John Wall. Photo: Kyrie Irving/Instagram.

Updated 5th March, 2012: Kyrie Irving has revealed that >he will not represent Australia in London this year. On Saturday night, I had the chance to speak with Australian-born Cleveland Cavaliers superstar and 2011 NBA Number 1 Draft Pick Kyrie Irving prior to him playing against the Washington Wizards.


Dream Team, or Fantasy Football as it is known in the United States, is a critical part of the lead-up to the footy season for Australian Football die-hards, and a great way to stay involved from afar as the season kicks into gear.

photo by Rafe Baron

Last week, we introduced a few methods to allow you to legally watch Australian Rules Football over here in the United States, and this week we’ll do likewise for Aussie NRL (National Rugby League) fans over here!

Collingwood vs. Essendon @ MCG

As football in America has concluded, us Aussie sports nuts living here can now turn our attention locally to baseball, the second half of the National Basketball Association season, or look back home for the start of the 2012 Australian Football League season! For those of you who are new to living in the States [...]

Superbowl time means a few things - one of them is wings

Everyone in the USA is going a little stir-crazy over the NFL, which can only mean one thing: Superbowl is near. Let’s take a moment to check in on some of the ins-and-outs of the NFL playoffs.