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Calibre Fitness Blog

4-Way Multi Station

September 28, 2012

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Posted in Workout Charts By Calibre Fitness

 

Steve: This is Steve from Calibre Fitness, speaking with Australian champion Jockey, Craig Williams. Without a doubt, Craig has reached the heights of his profession, he's known for his dedication, commitment, enormous work rate and impeccable race preparation. Craig is in huge demand both locally and internationally. How you doing Craig?

Craig: Good thanks, Steve.

Steve: Craig, the average racehorse weighs more than 500kgs and races at a speed of more than 60km/h. A jockey must be extremely fit and strong to control such a powerful animal. Can you take us through a typical training week and what muscles you generally focus on?

Craig: Well Steve, It's probably a pretty hard question to answer briefly. Saying that I come back from a holiday, an injury or time away from racing, the demand on the physical body to ride a racehorse is very, very demanding. I guess when you're at a carnival and everything's going well, you don't really appreciate how fit you are when you are riding horses. But when you do have a break or holiday and come back, you realise all those muscles that work that go with riding race horses. Of course, for me, I generally get back to a core-stretching routine and I have my own routine that I spend about 5 minutes on and I'll probably just do that for the first few days before I actually get back onto a horse. Before I actually get back onto an animal, I have a piece of equipment called an 'equicizer', which is probably the best form of experience of what you're in to endure. So I start off with shorter sessions. First day I'll just do it 3-4 times, and I'd say for about 3 minutes maximum each time. That would probably be broken up into 2 minutes of soft workout, 1 minute of high intensity. Then from then on, I'll work my sessions up to a thoroughbred, to a race, competition or practice.

Steve: You have ridden in horse races around the globe including France, England, Japan, Hong Kong among others. Outside of Australia, what is your favourite race track and meeting?

Craig: I've always loved the Arc De Triumph meeting, but of course, every country is quite unique. Hong Kong has a great international meeting at the start of December and people from all around the world generally turn up there. To go to Dubai in March, not just racing people, but even Celebrities turn up to Dubai in March for the World Cup. Then of course, you can't go past the Melbourne Cup Carnival which is just fantastic. The more I travel now, the more I find that people are so aware of the Melbourne Cup and even target their horses, where before, say when I was in England 10 years ago, it was just known as another handicap race... But now, it's known as a feature to target.

Steve: Yeh, sure. Diet and nutrition are especially important for a Jockey. What is your diet like and do you have diet-free days?

Craig: Well, being a full-time jockey for the past 18 years means that my life is a diet or it's a ritual for my competition, which is racing. Basically everything I eat, whether it be salad or steamed fish or a hamburger or a mars bar, it all equates to what part of the season I'm in, where my body is and what weight I have to perform at. Basically it's just my lifestyle now, so I don't look at it as a diet, I don't tie myself down to it... That's just my lifestyle.

Steve: Sure. What psychological skills have you learnt to get you through multiple races at a meeting over the years?

Craig: I was very fortunate that when I did my apprenticeship in my very early years here in Australia, then I was given the opportunity to go to England and all of a sudden I didn't have my family and support group around me, all of a sudden I had to be my own person and then on the race track, I'd never ridden on those tracks and I started to ride against the world's best jockey's, week in week out. All of a sudden, I gained confidence and rode plenty of winners and from then on it developed to give me the opportunity to get exposure into Hong Kong. Being there, taught me to be the upmost professional on and off the race track. Then coming back to Australia, I felt very comfortable because I knew all the tracks inside and out, what I'd achieved overseas and how I felt as a person on and off the racetrack, I was very confident I could come home and do well. Riding in multiple races in a day is just a part of my routine now and come carnival time it doesn't bother me.

Steve: Being a champion Jockey is hard work, early mornings, watching everything you eat, and frequent travelling. What makes you tick as a jockey and makes all the hard work worthwhile for you?

Craig: Success and trying to be perfect, which is unattainable of course, but that's my driving force and of course now I've got 4 children, so my other driving force to stay in the game at an elite level is to maintain that level long enough for my youngest son to come to the track and watch his dad ride. So that's my driving force for longevity in the game at least.

Steve: Fantastic. You're one of Australia's lightest jockeys. Are there any tricks you use last minute to make correct weight?

Craig: Yeh, the trick is not to do last minute corrections! The trick is proper preparation and planning. There's no other way to do it, to lose the weight and still perform at the highest level.

Steve: Have you endured any particularly bad injuries during your career?

Craig: Yes, it's a long list. I've had a broken scapular, I've had a plate and screws inserted into my right shoulder, I've got a screw in my left middle finger, broke my leg, broke my wrist, cracked my pelvis on both the left and right sides... Just to name a few.

Steve: We interviewed Sam Soliman in one of our recent newsletters and I think you've just listed more injuries than a boxer, haha.

Craig: Well, I can't fight... So you won't get me in the ring that's for sure. I'm a better runner than a fighter, haha.

Steve: The 'International Raiders' have had great success in the Melbourne cup over the years, I would think from a punters perspective it makes picking the winner of the Melbourne Cup even tougher. Do you think that allowing these horses to compete in the Melbourne Cup is good for the sport?

Craig: No Doubt. For any top race, including our biggest known race, the Melbourne Cup, for it to get international exposure, you have to have international horses. The fact that so many target it shows you how good a race it is. The fact that connections are willing to pay a lot of money to bring their horses out here where there is only one winner, but to compete in the Melbourne Cup and to try to get a part of the $6.2 million purse. So far there are 16 horses that have just arrived and there's more coming out, but at the end of the day, there's only one winner, so there's always only one happy connection whether it be from Australia or overseas.

Steve: Sure. You won both the Caulfield cup and the Cox plate last year. How devastated were you to be suspended and forced to miss the Melbourne Cup on winner Dunaden?

Craig: Yeh, I was very, very disappointed. They told me I would have been the first jockey in 150 years to take the 3 out. I didn't know that before then, but I was very confident with Dunaden that he would just go the right way and sure enough he delivered on the day. But again, most importantly we look at the positives and the most important positive point is that we'll try again this year. I'll try harder again this year to win the Melbourne Cup and nobody around me or myself are sick or injured, so most importantly it's going to be on every year again. So I'll try very hard this year to make up for last.

Steve: You are known to be very affectionate to the horses you ride. Who has been your favourite horse to ride and who do you think is the best horse of the modern era?

Craig: Modern era, I'd say it would clearly be a horse called Frankel. I got to see him in the flesh when I was at Royal Ascot earlier this year in England and his dominance on the racetrack was phenomenal. He's also the highest rated horse in the world so it's not just my pick that he's that good. In terms of riding a horse, I've been so lucky to have ridden so many really good horses throughout my whole career. They might not have won group 1's but they won the right races at the right times throughout my career, so it's very hard to pick just one. But of the modern racing scene at this stage, I'd say I've got a great affinity and affection for a horse named Dunaden.

Steve: Yeh sure. What has been the highlight of your career so far or your most memorable win?

Craig: On the racetrack... the big ones are the Cox Plate, Gold Slipper, Caulfield cup... But the ones that are the most memorable for me was when I won races like the Geelong Cup by a horse trained by my father and owned by my brothers, it just gave me so much pride and joy. It felt like you're put up on a pedestal in a family arena and I was just really appreciative of all their support. For where I'm at now, having won 60 races, I just can't go past that.

Steve: Just 2 more questions Craig, what do you think it takes to make a great Jockey?

Craig: Like everything in sport or business or anything. It's a lot of hard work, dedication, determination and I think it's very important to have core strength around you with a good support network and most importantly, you focus on the most important stuff and for me that's family and riding winners, so all the other stuff can be a bit of a deterrent. So, you just need to know what your goals are and not waiver from that.

Steve: ... And finally, who's the horse to watch this Spring Carnival, do you think?

Craig: Pierro, Green Moon and Dunaden look like the right horses, I would say.

Steve: Fantastic. Well, thanks Craig, I really appreciate your time and all the best this Spring Carnival.

Craig: Thanks Steve, Glad to do it!

 

 

Posted in Interview By Calibre Fitness

Events in October

September 26, 2012

1 - 7

Tennis:
China Open, Beijing

 

14

Motorsport:
MotoGP/Motegi, Japan

 

22-28

Tennis:
WTA/BNP Paribas C'ships, Istanbul

1-7

Tennis:
Japan Open, Tokyo

 

14

Netball:
Quad Series - Australia v England, New Zealand v Sth Africa, Adelaide

 

25

Netball:
Quad Series - Australia v Sth Africa, New Zealand v England, Wellington

2-3

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Dubai UAE

 

14

Surf Lifesaving:
Coolangatta Gold Ironman C'ships, Kurrawa Beach, Gold Coast, Qld

 

25-28

Golf:
USPGA Tour/Asia Pacific Classic, Selangor, Malaysia

4-7

Golf:
USPGA Tour/Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital for Children Open, Las Vegas

 

15-21

Tennis:
Stockholm Open, Sweden

 

25-28

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/Taiwan C'ship, Taouyan

4-7

Motorsport:
World Rally C'ships, Rallye de France - Alsace

 

15-21

Tennis:
Kremlin Cup, Moscow, Russia

 

25-28

Golf:
Men's WA Open, Perth

4-7

Motorsport:
V8 Supercars/Bathurst 1000

 

15-21

Tennis:
Erste Bank Open, Vienna

 

26-27

Racing:
Cox Plate, Mooney Valley, Vic

4-10

Golf:
World Amateur Teams, Eisenhower Trophy, Turkey

 

15-21

Tennis:
WTA/Luxembourg Open

 

26-28

Motorsport:
F1 GP, New Delhi, India

5-7

Motorsport:
F1 GP, Suzuka, Japan

 

16

Motorsport:
MotoGP/Sepang, Malaysia

 

28

Netball:
Quad Series - Australia v England, New Zealand v Sth Africa, Invercargill, NZ

6

Racing:
Epsom Handicap, Randwick

 

16

Soccer:
2014 FIFA World Cup Asian Qualifiers, 4th Rnd

 

28

Motorsport:
MotoGP/Phillip Island, Vic

6-7

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Doha, Qatar

 

16-27

Hockey (Men's) :
AHL - Canberra, ACT

 

29

Tennis:
WTA/Fed Cup final

6

Rugby League:
Super League Grand Final, Old Trafford, Manchester

 

16-27

Hockey (Women's) :
AHL - Perth, WA

 

29-Nov 4

Tennis:
BNP Paribas Masters, Paris, France

6

Rugby:
Australia v Argentina, Four Nations, TBC

 

17

Netball:
Quad Series - Australia v Sth Africa, New Zealand v England, Newcastle

 

29-31

Golf:
Australian Men's Senior Match Play, Twin Creeks GC, Sydney

7

Triathlon:
World Cup Series, Cancun, Mexico

 

17-18

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Moscow, Russia

 

31-Nov 4

Tennis:
WTA/Tournament of Champions, Sofia, Bulgaria

7

Athletics:
Chicago Marathon, USA

 

18-21

Golf:
Aust PGA Tour/Perth International, Lake Karrinyup CC, WA

 

Sep-Mar

Snowboard:
FIS World Cup, various

7

Motorsport:
Superbike World C'ships, Magny Cours, France

 

18-21

Golf:
USPGA Tour/The McGladrey Classic, St Simons Island, Georgia

 

Sep-December

American Football:
NFL/USA 2012/13 season

7-17

Surfing (Men's):
ASP World Tour/Rip Curl Pro, Portugal

 

18-21

Motorsport:
World Rally C'ships, Rally d'Italia

 

Sep 26-Oct 6

Surfing (Men's):
ASP World Tour/Quiksilver Pro, France

8-14

Tennis:
Rolex Masters, Shanghai, China

 

18-22

Triathlon:
ITU World C'ships, Auckland, NZ

 

Oct-Apr

Ice Hockey:
NHL/USA 2012/13 season

8-14

Tennis:
WTA/Generali Ladies, Linz, Austria

 

19-21

Motorsport:
V8 Supercars/Gold Coast 600, Qld

 

Oct-Mar

Basketball:
NBL/WNBL 2012/13 season

8-14

Tennis:
WTA/Japan Women's Open, Osaka

 

19-21

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/Sky 72 Golf Club, Incheon, Korea

 

Oct-Apr

Soccer:
A-League 2012/13 season

10-14

Cycling:
UCI World Tour, Tour of Beijing, China

 

20

Rugby:
Australia v New Zealand, Bledisloe Cup, Suncorp Std, Qld

 

Oct-Feb

Cricket:
One-Day Cup, national venues

11-14

Golf:
USPGA Tour/Frys.com Open, San Martin, California

 

20

Racing:
Caulfield Cup, Vic

 

Oct-Mar

Cricket:
Sheffield Shield, national venues

11-14

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/Kuala Lumpur Golf Club, Malaysia

 

20-21

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Berlin, Germany

 

Oct-Jan

Cricket:
Women's Twenty20, national venues

11-14

Golf:
OneAsia Tour/China Classic, TBC

 

20-22

Triathlon:
ITU World C'ships, Race 8 (Final), Auckland NZ

 

Oct-Jan

Cricket:
Women's National Cricket League, national venues

12-14

Motorsport:
F1 GP, Yeongam, Korea

 

21

Netball:
Quad Series - Australia v New Zealand, England v Sth Africa, Sydney

 

Oct-Mar

Alpine Skiing:
FIS World Cup, various

13

Racing:
Caulfield Guineas, Vic

 

22-28

Tennis:
Swiss Indoors, Basel

   

13-14

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Stockholm, Sweden

 

22-28

Tennis:
Valencia Open, Spain

   
Posted By Calibre Fitness

Events in November

September 26, 2012

Oct 31-Nov 4

Tennis:
WTA/Tournament of Champions, Sofia, Bulgaria

 

5-12

Tennis:
ATP World Tour Finals, London, UK

 

15-18

Golf:
Australian Masters tournament, Kingston Heath GC, Melbourne

1

Netball:
Quad Series - Australia v New Zealand v England v Sth Africa, Hamilton

 

6

Racing:
Melbourne Cup, Flemington, Vic

 

15-18

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/Twin Eagles Golf Club, Naples, FL

1-4

Golf:
USPGA Tour/WGC-HSBC Champions, TBD, China

 

6-7

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Tokyo, Japan

 

16-18

Tennis:
Davis Cup World Group final

1-30

Golf:
Aust PGA Tour/Australian Senior Open, TBA

 

8

Racing:
Oaks Day, Flemington, Vic

 

16-18

Motorsport:
F1 GP, Austin, USA

2-4

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/Kinetesu Kashikojima Country Club, Mie, Japan

 

8-11

Golf:
USPGA Tour/Children's Miracle Network Classic, Lake Buena Vista, Florida

 

18

Motorsport:
MotoGP/Valencia, Spain

2-4

Motorsport:
F1 GP, Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

 

8-11

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/Ladies Invitational, Guadalajara Country Club, Mexico

 

21-24

Cycling:
Oceania Track C'ships, Invercargill ILT Velodrome, NZ

2-4

Motorsport:
V8 Supercars/Abu Dhabi

 

8-11

Motorsport:
World Rally C'ships, Rally de Espana

 

22-25

Golf:
New Zealand Open, Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ

2-3

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Beijing, China

 

9-11

Motorsport:
V8 Supercars/TBA

 

23-25

Motorsport:
F1 GP, Sao Paulo, Brazil

3

Racing:
Victorian Derby Day, Flemington

 

10

Racing:
Emirates Stakes Day, Flemington, Vic

 

30-Dec 2

Motorsport:
V8 Supercars/Sydney 500, Olympic Park

3-4

Tennis (Women's):
Fed Cup Final

 

10-11

Swimming:
FINA/ARENA World Cup, Singapore

 

30-Dec 2

Table Tennis:
Pro Tour

3-11

Games:
Pan Pacific Masters, Gold Coast, Qld

 

13-16

Golf:
OneAsia Tour/Guangzhou Open, TBC

 

30-Dec 2

Figure Skating:
Grand Prix

Posted By Calibre Fitness

Events in December

September 26, 2012

1-9

Hockey:
Champions Trophy, Melbourne

 

9-13

Golf:
USLPGA Tour/3-Tour Challenge, Nevada

 

24 Nov - 9

Bowls:
2012 World Championships, Adelaide

1-9

Yachting:
ISAF Sailing World Cup, Sandringham

 

12-16

Horse racing:
Hong Kong International Races, Hong Kong

 

26

Yachting:
Sydney to Hobart

6-9

Golf:
The Emirates Australian Open, Sydney

 

12-16

Swimming:
FINA Short CourseWorld Championships, Turkey

 

26-30

Cricket:
2nd Test- Australia vs Sri Lanka, MCG, Melbourne

7-9

Motorsport:
V8 Supercars/Sydney 500, Olympic Park

 

13-16

Golf:
Australian PGA Championship, Coolum

 

29-5 Jan

Tennis:
Hopman Cup, Perth

8-20

Surfing:
Billabong Pipe Masters, Hawaii

 

14-16

Golf:
Europe vs Asia, Brunei

   

9-13

Darts:
PDC Players Championship Finals, London

 

14-18

Cricket:
1st Test- Australia vs Sri Lanka, Bellerive Oval, Hobart

   

Other ongoing events throughout December

Shooting: Oceania Continental C'ships, Sydney

Cycling (Track): World Cup

Golf: National LPGA Tour

Cricket: Twenty 20/Test Series/ODI

Sailing: ISAF World C'ships

Figure Skating: Grand Prix Final

Athletics: Zatopek 10

Athletics: European Cross Country C'ships

Badminton: Super Series

Surf Lifesaving: Ironman Series

 

Sep-Mar – Snowboard: FIS World Cup, various

Sep-Jan – American Football: NFL/USA 2012/13 season

Sep-February – Cricket: Futures League, national venues

Oct-Apr – Ice Hockey: NHL/USA 2012/13 season

Oct-Mar – Basketball: NBL 2012/13 season

Oct-Apr – Soccer: A-League 2012/13 season

Oct-Feb – Cricket: One-Day Cup, national venues

Oct-Mar – Cricket: Sheffield Shield, national venues

Oct-Jan – Cricket: Women's Twenty20, national venues

Oct-Jan – Cricket: Women's National Cricket League, national venues

Oct-Mar – Alpine Skiing: FIS World Cup, various

Nov-Mar – Cross Country Skiing/Ski Jumping/Nordic Combined World Cup, various

Nov-April – Basketball: NBA/USA 2012/2013 season

Dec-Mar – Freestyle Skiing: FIS World Cup, various

Posted By Calibre Fitness

Events in January

September 26, 2012

1-15

Motorsport :
DAKAR RALLY - Argentina, Chile, Peru

 

11-19

Handball :
Men’s World Championship - Spain

 

20

Cricket :
Australia vs Sri Lanka – SCG, Sydney

3-7

Cricket :
3rd Test Match Cricket Australia vs Sri Lanka –SCG, Sydney.

 

13

Running :
2011 Cadbury Marathon – Hobart, Tasmania

 

20-27

Cycling :
Santos Tour Down Under – Adelaide

5

Basketball :
Sydney Kings vs Adelaide 36ers - Sydney Entertainment Centre

 

16-20

Athletics :
Australian Youth Olympic Festival - Various venues throughout Sydney

 

28

Cricket :
Australia vs Sri Lanka (20-20) – MCG, Melbourne

6-12

Tennis :
Apia International Sydney - Sydney Olympic Park

 

14-27

Tennis :
Australian Open - Melbourne

 

30

Boxing :
Anthony Mundine vs Geale II IBF Middleweight Title - Sydney Entertainment Centre.

9

Cricket :
Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Renegades - SCG, Sydney

 

18

Basketball :
Sydney Kings vs Melbourne Tigers - Sydney Entertainment Centre

 

31 – Feb 17

Cricket :
Women’s ODI World Cup – Mumbai, India

9-12

Tennis :
AAMI Kooyong Classic – Kooyong, Melbourne

 

18-27

Snowboarding :
World Championships

     

11

Cricket :
Australia vs Sri Lanka (ODI) – MCG, Melbourne

 

19-30

Soccer :
Africa Cup of Nations – South Africa

     
Posted in Events By Calibre Fitness

Events in February

September 26, 2012

1

Cricket:
Australia v West Indies, 1st ODI, WACA

 

9-10

Tennis:
Fed Cup World Group tie, Australia v Czech Republic

 

20-24

Cycling:
UCI Track World C’ships, Belarus

1-3

Tennis:
Davis Cup/World Group 1st Rnd

 

9

Surf-Lifesaving:
Ironman C’ships, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast

 

20-24

Golf:
European Tour, WGC Accenture Match Play C’ship, Ritz Carlton Golf Club, Arizona USA

1-3

Golf:
Ladies Masters, RACV Royal Pines Resort, Ashmore Qld

 

10

Cricket:
Australia v West Indies, 5th ODI, MCG

 

21-24

Golf:
Victorian Open, 13th Beach Golf Links

3

Cricket:
Australia v West Indies, 2nd ODI, WACA

 

11

Cricket:
Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers v England Lions, Junction Oval, Melbourne

 

21-24

Golf:
LPGA/Women’s Vict Open, Thirteenth Beach GL, Bellarie Penninsula, Vic

4

Athletics:
Briggs Athletics Classic, Domain Athletics Cnt, Hobart

 

11-17

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Brasil Open, Sao Paulo

 

22

Cricket:
Australia A v England Lions, Blundstone Arena, Bellerive, Tas

4-10

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Open Sud de France, Montpellier

 

13

Cricket:
Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers v England Lions, MCG

 

22-Mar 6

Golf:
Australian Ladies Masters, Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast

4-10

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Zagreb Indoors, Croatia

 

13

Cricket:
Australia v West Indies, Twenty20 International, Gabba

 

22-Mar 6

Surfing:
Quiksilver Pro/Roxy Pro, Coolangatta, Gold Coast

4-10

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Vina del Mar Open, Chile

 

14-17

Golf:
Victorian Open, Spring Valley & Woodlands GC, Vic

 

23

Racing:
Blue Diamond Stakes, Caulfield, Vic

4-10

Golf:
AT & T Pebble Beach National Pro Am, California

 

14-17

Golf:
European Tour, Africa Open, East London GC, Sth Africa

 

23-Mar 10

Basketball:
WNBL Finals Series commences

6

Cricket:
Australia v West Indies, 3rd ODI, Manuka Oval, Canberra

 

16

Cricket:
Australia A v England Lions, 1st ODI, Blundstone Arena, Bellerive, Tas

 

24

Surf-Lifesaving:
Ironman C’ships, Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Qld

7-10

Motorsport:
World Rally C’ships, Sweden

 

17

Surf-Lifesaving:
Ironman C’ships, Coolum, Sunshine Coast, Qld

 

25

Cricket:
Australia A v England Lions, 4th ODI, SCG

7-10

Golf:
European Tour, Joburg Open, Royal Johannesburg & Kensington, Sth Africa

 

18

Cricket:
Australia A v England Lions, 2nd ODI Blundstone Arena, Bellerive, Tas

 

25-Mar 2

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Tennis C’ships, Dubai, UAE

7

Cricket:
Vic XI v England Lions, Junction Oval, Melbourne

 

18-24

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Open 13, Marseille

 

28-March 3

Golf:
NZ PGA C’ship, The Hills, Queenstown

8

Cricket:
Australia v West Indies, 4th ODI, SCG

 

18-24

Golf:
World Golf C’ship/Accenture Match Play C’ship, Marana, Arizona

     

8-10

Golf:
NZ Women’s Open, Clearwater Resort, Christchurch, NZ

 

19-24

Cycling:
Australian Mountain Bike C’ships, Canberra

     

Cricket: Australia v West Indies, 5th ODI, MCG

Posted in Events By Calibre Fitness

Events in March

September 26, 2012

Feb 22-Mar 6

Golf:
Australian Ladies Masters, Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast

 

7-10

Motorsport:
World Rally C’ships, Mexico

 

18-24

Lifestyle :
L'Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival, Melbourne

Feb 22-Mar 6

Surfing:
Quiksilver Pro/Roxy Pro, Coolangatta, Gold Coast

 

8-11

Lifestyle:
Moomba 2013, Melbourne

 

18-24

Surf Life-saving:
Australian C’ships, Gold Coast, Qld

Feb 25-Mar 2

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Abierto Mexicano Telcel, Acapulco

 

8-11

Soccer:
A-League Rd 24

 

18-24

Golf:
Arnold Palmer Invitational, Orlanda, Florida

Feb 25-Mar 2

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Tennis C’ships, Dubai, UAE

 

9

Racing:
Australian Cup, Flemington, Vic

 

18-25

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Sony Open, Miami

Feb 25-Mar 2

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Tennis C’ships, Delray Beach, Florida

 

10

Basketball:
WNBL Grand Final

 

21-24

Golf:
European Tour, Maybank Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur G & CC

1

Cricket:
Australia A v England Lions, 5th ODI, SCG

 

10-17

Figure-Skating:
World C’ships, London, Ontario, Canada

 

23-24

Soccer:
A-League Rd 26

1-3

Lifestyle:
Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport, VIC

 

11-17

Golf:
Tampa Bay C’ship, Palm Harbor, Florida

 

25-31

Golf:
Shell Houston Open, Houston, Texas

1-17

Lifestyle:
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Various spots around Melbourne

 

12

Racing:
Randwick Guineas

 

26

Soccer:
2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Aus vs Oman, ANZ Stadium, Sydney

2

Racing:
Australian Guineas, Flemington, Vic

 

14-17

Motorsport :
Formula 1™ Australia Grand Prix , Albert Park, Melbourne

 

27-31

Cycling:
Oceania Road C’ships, Glenorchy, Tas

2-3

Soccer:
A-League Rd 23

 

14-17

Cycling:
Oceania Road C’ships, Canberra

 

28-31

Soccer:
A-League Rd 27

4-10

Golf:
World Golf C’ships-Cadillac C’ship, Doral, Florida

 

14-17

Golf:
European Tour, Avantha Masters, TBC India

 

28-31

Golf:
European Tour, Trophee Hassan II, Golf du Palaise, Morocco

4-11

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Paribas Open, Indian Wells, California

 

15-17

Soccer:
A-League Rd 25

 

30

Racing:
Rosehill Guineas, Rosehill, NSW

7-10

Golf:
European Tour, WGC Cadillac C’ship, Doral Golf Resort & Spa, Florida, USA

           
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Events in April

September 26, 2012

1-7

Golf:
Valero Texas Open, San Antonio, Texas

 

12

Basketball (Men’s) – NBL Finals series- Game 2 :
Perth Arena

 

21

Soccer :
A-League Grand Final - TBC

5

Soccer :
1st A-League Quarter Final - TBC

 

12

Soccer :
1st A-League Semi Final - TBC

 

21

Motorsport :
Red Bull Grand Prix Of The Americas

5-7

Tennis:
Davis Cup World Group quarterfinals

 

12-14

AFL :
Round 3, 2013 Season, Various Locations

 

22-28

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Barcelona Open, Spain

5-7

AFL :
Round 2, 2013 Season, Various Locations

 

12-14

Motorsport :
2013 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix

 

22-28

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophy, Bucharest

7

Basketball (Men’s) – NBL Finals series- Game 1 :
Vector Arena, NZ

 

13-14

Athletics:
Canberra Marathon, Canberra

 

22-28

Golf:
Zurich Classic of New Orleans

7

Soccer :
2nd A-League Quarter Final - TBC

 

14

Soccer :
2nd A-League Semi Final - TBC

 

25-28

Golf:
European Tour, Ballantine’s C’ship, Blackstone GC, Seoul

7

Motorsport :
Commercialbank Grand Prix Of Qatar, Qatar

 

14-21

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Rolex Masters, Monte-Carlo

 

26-28

AFL :
Round 5, 2013 Season, Various Locations

8-14

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/US Men’s Clay Court C’ships, Houston

 

15-21

Golf:
RNC Heritage, Harbour Town GL, Hilton Head Is.

 

29-May 5

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Estoril Open, Portugal

8-14

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Grand Prix Hassan II, Casablanca

 

18

Basketball (Men’s) – NBL Finals series- Game 3 :
Vector Arena, NZ

 

29-May 5

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Serbia Open, Belgrade

8-14

Golf:
Masters Tournament, Augusta National GC, Augusta, Ga

 

18-21

Golf:
European Tour, Reale Seguros Open de Espana

 

29-May 5

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/BMW Open, Munich

11-14

Motorsport:
World Rally C’ships, Portugal

 

19-21

Fitness :
Aust. Health & Fitness Expo, Sydney Expo centre

 

29-May 5

Golf:
Wells Fargo C’ship, Charlottle, Nth Carolina

11-14

Athletics:
Australian National C’ships, Sydney

 

19-21

AFL :
Round 4, 2013 Season, Various Locations

 

30-May 5

Cycling:
Australian BMX C’ships, Brisbane

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Events in May

September 26, 2012

Early Apr-late Oct

Baseball:
MLB/USA 2013 season, various

 

11

Soccer:
FA Cup Final, Wembley Std, London

 

23

Soccer:
Women's UEFA Cup Final, Stamford Ground, Chealsea

April 29-May 5

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Estoril Open, Portugal

 

12-19

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/d'Italia Internationali, Rome

 

23-26

Golf:
European Tour, BMW PGA C'ship, Wentworth Club, Surrey

April 29-May 29-May 5

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Serbia Open, Belgrade

 

13-19

Golf:
Byron Nelson C'ship, Irving, Texas

 

25

Soccer:
Men's UEFA Cup Final, Wembley Std, London

April 29-May 5

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/BMW Open, Munich

 

16-19

Golf:
European Tour, Volvo World Match Play C'ship, Bulgaria

 

25

Running:
Diamond League, New York, USA

2-5

Golf:
European Tour, Volvo China Open, Tianjin, China

 

18

Athletics:
Diamond League meet, Shanghai, China

 

25

Running:
Doomben 10,000, Qld

2-5

Motorsport:
World Rally C'ships, Argentina

 

18-20

Motorsport:
Australian Superbikes Rnd 4, Phillip Island, Vic

 

25

Athletics:
Diamond League Grand Prix, New York USA

4

Racing:
Kentucky Derby, USA

 

19

Athletics:
Sydney Half Marathon

 

26

Running:
Marathon, Manchester City, England.

5

Running:
Seiko Golden Grand Prix , Tokyo, Japan.

 

19-25

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Open de Nice Cote d'Azur, Nice

 

27-June 2

Golf:
Memorial Tournament, Dublin Ohio

6-12

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/Madrid Open

 

19-25

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/World Team Cup, Dusseldorf

 

27-June 3

Tennis:
ATP World Tour/French Open, Paris

6-12

Golf:
Players C'ship, Ponte Vedra Beach

 

20-26

Golf:
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Texas

 

30-June 2

Golf:
European Tour, Nordea Masters, Stockholm, Sweden

10

Athletics:
Diamond League meet, Doha, Qatar

 

May 21 - June 9

Tennis:
French Open, Roland Garros

 

31-June 2

Motorsport:
World Rally C'ships, Acropolis, Greece

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