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Why is Australian identity and culture so bound up in sport?
Australia performed worse than expected at the Olympics in Rio. Now, questions are being asked about what went wrong.
Port Adelaide says it won't impose a life ban on a footy fan who threw a banana at Indigenous Adelaide Crows star Eddie Betts at the weekend.
This morning, the 31st Olympic Games will be officially brought to an end in Rio De Janeiro, with a closing ceremony that will no doubt be filled with much colour and dancing.
Why do we choke?

Why do we choke?

2016-08-1900:12:29

The psychology behind the 'choke' in sports and life.
The Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya is home to about 200,000 refugees from various parts of the African continent.
We really love having you listen to RN but we need to let you know that we’ll be closing our subject podcasts (don’t worry—we aren’t cancelling any shows). To keep hearing stories and interviews from RN, search for your favourite shows in the ABC Radio App or subscribe in your preferred podcasting app.
We analyse the cultural nostalgia featured in two big Netflix originals and Seven has been aiming for gold with its digital Olympic coverage, but will it make the podium?
Four years ago, the Australian women's rugby 7s team didn't exist. Now, they're Olympic gold medallists.
RN Drive takes a look inside the Rio 2016 dining hall kitchen, which caters to to more than 11,000 athletes from 205 countries, each with unique dietary requirements.
For Brain Injury Awareness Week we look at some of the causes of the growing rates of stroke in young people, and the challenges young stroke sufferers face.
Sport: Rio Olympics

Sport: Rio Olympics

2016-08-1500:08:34

The 2016 Rio Olympics swimming events have ended with Australia winning ten medals including three gold. Now the inevitable criticism has started. Are we being too harsh?
The great Australian Olympic taper. Why week two is always more disappointing than week one.
'Australia puts a lot of money in to get medals. The return on investment wasn't what was expected,' says Olympic swimming great Shane Gould.
For over 50 years all elite female athletes have had to prove that they are really women. This is a story about sport, gender and the Cold War.
Research shows that watching the Olympics will not make us more active. Actually, after watching a week of Olympic coverage, we may be less active than we were before.
The controversial greyhound racing ban bill has been introduced into the New South Wales State parliament.
Lee Eun Ju of South Korea and Hong Un Jong of North Korea took a selfie together at the Olympics. What other kinds of Olympic diplomacy is taking place?
A new film starring Rachel Griffiths explores this rarely acknowledged topic.
Sport with Courtney Walsh

Sport with Courtney Walsh

2016-08-0800:06:54

The Rio 2016 Games are well and truly underway. How is Australia faring?
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