[Infographic] Geelong v Hawthorn: 2008-Now

In 2008, reigning premier Geelong had lost just one match for the season, with an average winning margin of 52 points. The Hawks β€” off the back of an extraordinary elimination final performance in 2007; were chock full of youthful exuberance combined with experienced heads in Shane Crawford and Stuart Dew β€” an inspired mature-aged import that would set the standard for free agency player movement in the years to follow.

How Well Do You Know Your "EJ Whitten Legends", Legends?

This year, the fan favourite event supporting prostate cancer for men's health will feature a selection of true football greats and media personalities to play under the banners of Victoria and the All Stars. 

But what I really want to know is β€” can you tell your EJ Whitten Victorian legends from your All Stars?

How Facebook Global Pages robbed UFC fans of a truly global experience

Conor McGregor won an astonishing UFC 202 bout vs Nate Diaz by majority decision over the weekend, but as millions of fans following UFC on Facebook worldwide basked in the glow of a fight that lived up to expectation β€” in Australia, those same UFC Facebook fans β€” just as dedicated (if packing bars at 11am on a Sunday counts as dedicated) β€” were being served content ushering them into purchasing tickets for UFC's next foray into the Australian market. Points for capitalising on an engaged audience but a bit of buzz kill, no?

12 sports GIFs everyone who works in social media can relate to

It doesn't matter whether you manage the social community of a global giant like Nike, or a local cafe -- we all encounter the same highs and lows during the day in the life of a social media manager. If you're ever feeling ~Michael Jordan crying meme~ about working in what can be an isolating profession -- I hope these things that only social media managers experience can help lift your spirits.

Introducing the Facebook Sports Stadium

Just in time for the Super Bowl, Facebook has launched the Facebook Sports Stadium for Facebook friends or foes (depending on the fixture) to like, follow and comment on the progress of a sporting event, all in real-time, all within the confines of Facebook.