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Ewan learns the hard way at cycling tour

After finishing second to German Andre Greipel on stage one of the Tour Down Under, Australian Caleb Ewan says he needs to show more patience.

Batkovic earns another WNBL MVP hat-trick    

Townsville Fire centre Suzy Batkovic has won her sixth WNBL MVP award, edging out fellow Opals big Liz Cambage.

From the Vault: Anthony Stuart's ODI hat-trick

Mundine wants one more year and Jeff Horn    

Anthony Mundine is targeting one final year in boxing as he prepares to fight Tommy Browne for the WBO oriental middleweight title in Sydney on Wednesday.

Prankster charged over Qld bridge jump

An internet prankster has been charged with jumping off a Brisbane bridge, with both the jump and arrest appearing in a YouTube video.

Waratahs building depth up front

Greipel wins Tour Down Under opening stage

German Andre Greipel has won the Tour Down Under's opening stage, while Norwegian Daniel Hoelgaard crashed heavily near the finish.

Rule change hits third cyclist before Tour

Belgian cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht has joined Australians Chris Harper and Cyrus Monk in missing out on his Tour Down Under debut as confusion reigns over a rule.

Jenkins focusing on next step

Melbourne arena keeps old name for Open

The former naming rights sponsor of a Melbourne venue hosting the Australian Open is getting free publicity months after the expiration of its contract.

Tour Down Under considers team time trial    

Tour Down Under race director Mike Turtur has not ruled out the event including a team time trial in the future.

Ed Jenkins tribute

Vic venue keeps old name for Aus Open

The former naming rights sponsor for a Melbourne sports and events venue is getting a massive free publicity hit during the Australian Open.

Clark wins UFC fight on points

Australian flyweight Jessica-Rose Clark has improved her UFC record to 2-0 with a unanimous points win over American Paige Van Zant in St Louis.

AFLX is coming

Australian Open posts strong day-one crowd

More than 70,000 tennis fans haven't let Melbourne's drab and soggy weather dash their Australian Open plans as the tournament posted a strong day one crowd.

Adelaide's Tour Down Under turns 20

Richie Porte is the defending champion and Peter Sagan has shown he has brought strong form to the Tour Down Under.

Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat, BBL07

The Hobart Hurricanes improve their BBL record to 5-2, with record-breaking opener D'Arcy Short and Dan Christian starring

Aussie punter's NFL Super Bowl dream ends

Australian punter Jordan Berry's Pittsburgh Steelers were dumped from NFL Super Bowl contention with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Minnesota Vikings progressing.

Bullets import Trice shooting for NBL wins    

Brisbane Bullets guard Travis Trice is not giving up on the NBL season despite another tight home loss which extended their losing streak to six games.

Bailey brilliance finds Cutting short of his ground

A direct hit from renowned deadeye fielder George Bailey found Ben Cutting well short of his ground as the Hurricanes restricted to 132 at Blundstone Arena.

Big cycling win is next target for Spratt    

After several years of gradual progression, Australian cycling star Amanda Spratt wants a big international win.

Porte aims for Tour Down Under history

Richie Porte's powerful BMC team boasts the last three Tour Down Under winners, but no rider has gone back-to-back in the event's 20-year history.

Hurricanes v Renegades, WBBL|03

The Hurricanes are on the board at last for WBBL|03 after a vastly improved performance with bat and ball against the Renegades.

Serving aces for charity at Aust Open

A bank has committed to donating $10 to charity for every ace served during the Australian Open in a bid to improve financial education.

McKeon grabs four gold in Vic swim titles    

Swimmer Emma McKeon swept through the Victorian titles with four gold medals with her next stop the NSW championships as she builds to the Commonwealth Games.

Castle looking towards the future

On her first official day as CEO, Castle was quick to emphasis the importance of the Wallabies on-field performance, community engagement and commercial programs in helping to build the future of Rugby in Australia.

Season-opening cycling win surprises Sagan

Three-time defending world road cycling Peter Sagan has won the People's Choice Classic in Adelaide.

Big matchups loom in NBL after round 14

Melbourne have gone top of the NBL after round 14 but some massive imminent matchups loom for teams below them on the ladder.

Castle receives traditional welcome

Raelene Castle welcomed with a traditional Indigenous smoking ceremony on her first official day in charge of Rugby Australia.

Spratt wins women's Tour despite crash

Australian cycling star Amanda Spratt crashed during the final stage of the women's Tour Down Under, but has still managed to win the overall title.

Cotton buzzer-beater sinks Brisbane in NBL

Bryce Cotton's buzzer-beater has helped Perth overcome a 21-point deficit and beat the Brisbane Bullets 81-80 in the NBL.

Raelene Castle's first day as CEO

Full press conference with new Rugby AU CEO, Raelene Castle.

Clark to fight in UFC despite burglary

Australian UFC fighter Jessica-Rose Clark will push on with her flyweight bout in St Louis despite having her home burgled.

Larkin, Seebohm success at Vic swim titles    

Olympians Mitch Larkin and Emily Seebohm have stolen the show on night two of the Victorian swimming championships.

Spratt about to win women's tour again    

Australian cycling star Amanda Spratt had targetted stage three of the women's Tour Down Under and her plan worked brilliantly.

Breakers NBL form a cause for concern    

New Zealand Breakers coach Paul Henare has said his NBL team must remain disciplined to maintain their momentum and get back to winning ways.

Sprinters to clash at Tour Down Under    

Caleb Ewan will be glad if Andre Greipel struggles for a slipstream behind him in the high-speed sprint finishes at the Adelaide Tour.

Henare admits to Breakers form fears    

New Zealand Breakers coach Paul Henare admits his side's latest 90-79 defeat to Illawarra Hawks has left him worried about his team's form.

Gaze likes three-guard Kings NBL threat    

Sydney Kings NBL coach Andrew Gaze is contemplating putting all three of his point guards out on court together more often.

Experience pays off for battling Fire    

Veteran players step up as Townsville close in on third WNBL championship with grinding win over Melbourne Boomers.

UFC champion Whittaker withdraws from bout    

Australian UFC champion Robert Whittaker has been ruled medically unable to compete in what was meant to be his title defence on February 11.

Townsville Fire close in on WNBL title    

Townsville Fire captain Suzy Batkovic top scores for her team as they take a 1-0 lead over Melbourne Boomers in the WNBL grand final series.

Hawks beat NZ to stay in NBL finals race    

The Illawarra Hawks bounced back from last week's collapse against Melbourne United with a resounding 90-79 home win over the New Zealand Breakers.

Adelaide's Creek shoots Kings down in NBL    

A 30-point haul from Mitch Creek has helped Adelaide to a 105-101 away win over Sydney and a fifth-straight NBL win to consolidate a top-four spot.

Sagan showed guts at Tour Down Under debut    

Eight year ago, world cycling star Peter Sagan made an impressive debut at the Tour Down Under.

Porte rapt to have Gerrans as Tour ally

RICHIE PORTE of Australia riding for BMC Racing Team rides in the peloton during stage five of the 2017 Le Tour de France.  Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images

Richie Porte thinks Simon Gerrans' no-nonsense attitude can make a different as he tries to win the Tour de France.

Spratt takes Tour lead with stage win    

Australian cycling star Amanda Spratt is on the verge of winning the women's Tour Down Under for the second year in a row.

Top dogs Melbourne winning the war    

Melbourne United recovered from an early-season hiding to win seven games in a row and are now on top of the NBL ladder.

Wildcats looking for a quick rebound

The Perth Wildcats have dropped from top spot on the NBL ladder but get a chance to regroup quickly when they play Brisbane on Sunday.

Melbourne beat Perth to go top of table    

Melbourne United have beaten the Perth Wildcats, claiming their seventh consecutive win to go to the top of the NBL ladder.

Gerrans looms as key Tour ally for Porte    

Simon Gerrans had been on the verge of retirement last year, before fellow cycling star Richie Porte asked him to join BMC.

WNBL finals no 'Lizzy show': Batkovic    

There is much more to the WNBL grand final series than the battle of the centres, says Townsville veteran Suzy Batkovic.

Garfoot takes cycling lead after stage win    

Katrin Garfoot is the race leader in the women's Tour Down Under after her stage-two win.

Cometti recognised at new WA stadium

The media centre at the new Optus Stadium in Perth has been named after famed WA commentator Dennis Cometti.

Aust's next wave of talent ready for NBA

The number of Australians in the NBA is likely to enter double figures with Matur Maker and Jock Landale impressing NBA scouts.

Simmons solid but Sixers blow it in London

BEN SIMMONS #25 of the Philadelphia 76ers handles the ball during a NBA game at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona.  Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Ben Simmons' Philadelphia 76ers have let a 22-point lead slip in a 114-103 loss to the conference-leading Boston Celtics in the NBA's annual London game.

NBA chief rules out matches in Australia    

NBA commissioner Adam Silver says it is highly unlikely the league will ever get the chance to take a regular season game to Australia.

Character time for Taipans    

With a semi-final appearance virtually out of the equation for the Taipans, it's all about pride and for Aaron Fearne to see what his players are made of.

Adelaide too good for Cairns in NBL

The NBL top four is beginning to look set in stone, with the 36ers downing Cairns by 10 points in Adelaide.

Kings NBL star Kevin Lisch set to return    

Sydney guard Kevin Lisch is set to make his NBL return for the Kings after being sidelined for almost three months with a calf injury.

Sally Pearson positive on a comeback at the Commonwealth Games

Sally Pearson of Australia celebrates her win during the Diamond League Athletics meeting on August 24, 2017 at the Letziground stadium in Zurich, Switzerland.

Beginning her Commonwealth Games preparations Olympic champion Sally Pearson will be back in action at the Perth Track Classic on Saturday night.

Cox, Graham struggle at moguls World Cup

Australian moguls skiers Britt Cox and Matt Graham have both struggled at the World Cup event in Utah, but Jakara Anthony has achieved a career-best result.

Wildcats bracing for white-hot NBL United

Top spot will be up for grabs when the Perth Wildcats and Melbourne United lock horns at Perth Arena on Friday night.

Brown backs Boomers to end Olympic hoodoo

Philadephia 76ers coach Brett Brown believes Australia will finally break their Olympic basketball hoodoo at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Simmons unfazed by rookie of the year hype

	BEN SIMMONS #25 of the Philadelphia 76ers handles the ball during a NBA game at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona.  Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons says he has not found the hype and expectation surrounding his rookie NBA season a burden.

Jeff Horn happy to take hard road: Rushton    

Jeff Horn's trainer Glenn Rushton is comfortable with choosing the hard road instead of taking the easy money on offer against Anthony Mundine.

Horn camp agrees terms for Crawford fight    

Jeff Horn's next fight is all but locked away after the world champion boxer agreed terms for an April 21 bout in Las Vegas with Terence Crawford.

Laura Geitz makes return at Diamonds camp    

Laura Geitz has been invited to join the Diamonds in camp as a 'training partner' in a major boost to her Commonwealth Games hopes.

Spratt upbeat over defence of TDU title    

Reigning Tour Down Under champion Amanda Spratt expects homegrown talent to pose the biggest threat as she prepares to defend her title.

Blunder costs local cyclists TDU starts

Chris Harper and Cyrus Monk, who starred at the Australian championships, will not ride at the Tour Down Under due to a bureaucratic error.

Aussie Fourlis to learn from Hobart exit

Australia's Jaimee Fourlis has been ousted from the Hobart International by former winner Heather Watson but will take lessons from the loss.

Celtics coach hails contribution of Baynes

Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens says Boomers NBA centre Aron Baynes has been a huge reason for the team's success this season.

Wilson seeks WNBL title ahead of 350 games    

Townsville veteran Kelly Wilson might finish her career on 349 games if the Fire sweep the WNBL grand final series.

Edmondson to lead Scott Mitchelton in tour    

New Australian cycling road champion Alex Edmondson will showcase his champion's jersey in the Tour Down Under.

Kings release import NBL centre Tyler    

Import centre Jeremy Tyler has been released by struggling NBL club the Sydney Kings.

Kerber sets up date with Venus in Sydney    

Angelique Kerber is through to the second round of the Sydney International but reigning US Open champion Sloane Stephens and Anastasija Sevastova are both out.

More than 70 Vic beach rescues in one day

More than 70 people have been rescued by lifesavers at Victorian beaches on a day when temperatures reached a scorching 42C.

US Open champion crashes out in Sydney    

Reigning US Open champion Sloane Stephens and seventh seed Anastasija Sevastova have both suffered first-round losses at the Sydney International.

Late NBL fade outs leave Bullets baffled    

Dual NBL title winner Adam Gibson is stumped as to why the Brisbane Bullets can't find a way to close out tight games.

36ers storm home in overtime NBL win    

Daniel Johnson drained two three-pointers and a dunk to lead the Adelaide 36ers to a 95-84 overtime NBL triumph over Brisbane.

Edmondson wins Australian road title    

Alex Edmondson held off a hard-charging chase group to win his first Australian road race title.

Breakers too strong for Taipans

The NZ Breakers have led from start to finishing to begin the new year with an 82-69 NBL win over Cairns in Auckland.

Malseed upsets stars to win cycling title

Shannon Malseed will ride at the Commonwealth Games after upstaging her more fancied cycling rivals to win the Australian national's women's road race.

Games volunteers guide slammed

Queensland's opposition has slammed a guidebook for Commonwealth Games volunteers urging them to avoid using gender-specific phrases.

Scotson to help star cycling teammates    

Miles Scotson may be the defending champion in the men's road race at the Australian road cycling championships but there is no pressure on him.

Townsville fire to make WNBL's big dance

Townsville have won an epic encounter against the defending champion Sydney Uni Flames to reach a fifth WNBL grand final in six seasons.

Perth on track for NBL minor premiership    

The Wildcats, defending NBL champions, were far from their best but fired late to brush past Andrew Gaze's Kings in Sydney

Hawks coach lashes side after NBL loss    

Illawarra Hawks NBL coach Rob Beveridge says his side were soft in allowing Melbourne to beat them 79-77 after leading by 18 points.

Melbourne rally for sixth straight NBL win    

Melbourne United have joined the Perth Wildcats at the top of the NBL ladder claiming a sixth straight victory with a gutsy 79-77 win over the Illawarra Hawks.

Wildcats beat Kings to stay top of NBL

The Sydney Kings comeback falls short as Perth Wildcats close out a tight win on the road providing the best tonic after their loss to Adelaide two days ago.

Final Aussie Open wildcards handed out

Reigning French Open junior champion Alexei Popyrin and surprise pick Jason Kubler have received the final two Australian Open men's wildcards.

Townsville ends Flames WNBL title defence

Townsville Fire will face Melbourne Boomers in the WNBL grand final after knocking out defending champions Sydney Uni.

Aussie wildcard's Brisbane ride over

Australian wildcard Alex de Minaur's giant killing run is over after being beaten by unseeded American Ryan Harrison in the Brisbane International semi-finals.

Durbridge rapt to escape cycling spotlight    

Much of the focus is on BMC, rather than Mitchelton-Scott, at the Australian road cycling championships.

Breakers focused for Cairns clash    

Coach Paul Henare says the Breakers will need a high-energy performance if they want to beat Cairns in their NBL clash.

Hosking rated a surprise cycling darkhorse    

Chloe Hosking is no fan of the Australian road cycling championships course at Buninyong, but she now looms as a challenger for the women's title.

Monk thrives in heat for big cycling win    

Initially furious that organisers cut the event distance, Cyrus Monk has won the under-23 Australian road race championship with a daring solo move.

Evergreen Loughton still going strong    

Cairns Taipans veteran forward Alex Loughton was once again his side's best player in Friday's NBL win over Brisbane.

Boomers back in WNBL grand final

Liz Cambage's return to competitive basketball could end in championship glory as the Boomers reached WNBL grand final.

Gaze hoping for time to turn Kings around    

Battling Sydney Kings coach Andrew Gaze is hoping he gets the time to turn things around like some of his old mentors and current NBL rivals.

Family helps Porte overcome Tour crash    

Richie Porte admits his horrifying Tour de France crash has knocked him around mentally and physically, but he is upbeat about the season ahead.

Flames aim to stay alive in WNBL title run

Sydney Uni hope to regroup at home for do-or-die semi-final clash after big loss in Townsville.

Boomers bounce Lynx to reach WNBL decider

Liz Cambage powers Melbourne into WNBL grand final series with 2-0 series sweep over Perth Lynx.

Taipans down Bullets in NBL's Qld derby

Cairns have been able to survive a late collapse against Brisbane and keep their NBL finals hopes alive with an 83-80 win over the Bullets at home.

Porte flabbergasted by Froome controversy    

Top Australian cyclists Richie Porte and Rohan Dennis were asked at the national championships about the Chris Froome investigation.

Qualifier wins through to Brisbane final    

Belarus' Aliaksandra Sasnovich has become the first qualifier to win through to the Brisbane International women's final.

Gaze backs basketball rule changes    

Sydney Kings NBL coach Andrew Gaze has backed the changes to the unsportsmanlike foul rule despite taking issue with some of the refereeing calls.

No lack of motivation for Sara Tomic

SARA TOMIC of Australia hits a forehand in a match of The Australian Open Showdown at Melbourne Park in Australia.  Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Sara Tomic has spoken of her desire to make 2018 a breakout year while mystery surrounds the future of her fallen star brother Bernard.

Oly rowing champ wins NZ cycling title    

Olympic gold medal-winning rower Hamish Bond has won New Zealand's national road cycling time trial title in Napier.

Kyrgios flicks switch, earns Brisbane semi

NICK KYRGIOS of Australia serves during the Men's singles final match of the 2017 China Open at the China National Tennis Centre in Bei  Photo by Emmanuel Wong/Getty Images

Australia's Nick Kyrgios has claimed a come from behind win over Ukraine's Alexandr Dolgopolov to book a Brisbane International semi-final berth.

Aussie De Minaur into Brisbane semis    

Australian wildcard Alex De Minaur has emerged as a Brisbane International dark horse after cruising into the semi-finals with a straight-sets win.

Tomic's dad hints at looming call on Open

Fallen Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic's plans for his immediate playing future may be revealed next week, his father says.

Garfoot wins third straight cycling title    

Katrin Garfoot has dominated the women's time trial at the Australian road cycling championships for her third straight win in the event.

Fire just one win from WNBL final return

Dominant defence sets the tone for Townsville Fire as they head to Sydney 1-0 up in the WNBL semi-final series.

Sky's the limit for Deng, says 36ers coach    

Adealide 36ers coach Joey Wright believes Majok Deng has the talent to progress to the NBA.

England defend nightwatchman decision    

England says it was Jonny Bairstow's decision to bat in the final session of the first day of the fifth Ashes Test in Sydney instead of a nightwatchman.

Dennis, Garfoot win cycling three-peats

Rohan Dennis and Kat Garfoot have scored their third-straight time trial wins at the Australian road cycling championships.

Forecast heatwave forces cycling changes

Organisers at the Australian road cycling championships have made major changes to the racing schedule.

Batkovic fires in WNBL semi-finals win    

Townsville Fire's Suzy Batkovic played a major part in shutting down Sydney Uni to take an early lead in the WNBL semi-final series.

Adelaide steamroll the Wildcats in NBL    

Unsung substitute Majok Deng sparked a dominant 32-19 fourth-quarter rally for the Sixers who overpowered the Perth Wildcats by 11 points in Adelaide.

Porte aiming for racing Kilometers after recovery

Richie Porte of Australia riding for BMC Racing Team rides in the peloton during stage five of the 2017 Le Tour de France. July 5, 2017 in La Planche, France.

After a horrific crash at the Tour de France last year and bypassing the national championships Richie Porte starts this year just glad to be racing again.

Scotson aiming for pro cycling contract    

Rising star Callum Scotson has won his third-straight title in the under-23 time trial at the Australian road cycling championships.

Gaze admits Sydney Kings defence is poor

Sydney Kings coach Andrew Gaze says his bottom of the table NBL team is a poor defensive side with a long way to go to show the standard necessary in that area.

Simmons pips Mills in Aussies' NBA battle

BEN SIMMONS #25 of the LSU Tigers dunks against the Oklahoma Sooners at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Louisiana.  Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Ben Simmons and Philadelphia claimed victory over Patty Mills' San Antonio as the two Australian stars top-scored in the NBA match.

Porte says he is unsure of cycling form

A year after bypassing the national championships, Richie Porte starts the year in much different circumstances.

Top cyclists bypass worlds for Gold Coast

Australia will send only four riders to the track cycling world championships, focusing instead this year on the Commonwealth Games.

Boy, 5, shot in face still critical

A five-year-old boy remains in a critical condition after he was shot in the face by his older cousin in a rural Queensland.

Roar calls in experts for injury help

Brisbane Roar has turned to two experienced Socceroos staffers for help with the A-League club's injury problems.

Bogut eyes 2020 Olympics as career finale

A "greedy" Andrew Bogut says the opportunity to seek an elusive Olympic medal alongside Ben Simmons is too good an opportunity to ignore.

WNBL favourites facing early elimination

Perth Lynx's championship hopes hang in the balance after an opening semi-final loss to Melbourne Boomers.

Cycling rival Jones says Ewan is beatable    

Brenton Jones is looking forward to racing Australian sprint star Caleb Ewan throughout the season.

Cyclists turn out to remember Lowndes    

The tragic death of rising star Jason Lowndes in a training accident has hit cycling hard.

Qld woman to face court on murder charge

A Gold Coast woman will face court charged with the murder of her partner, who was shot dead on Wednesday morning.

Caleb confirms he is the criterium king

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 15: Australian cyclist Caleb Ewan of the Orica - Scott team celebrates after winning the People's Choice   Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images

Caleb Ewan won his third-straight criterium title on day one of the Australian road cycling championships as Rebecca Wiasak took out the women's race.

Boomers crush Perth in WNBL playoffs    

The Melbourne Boomers lit up the court from long range to claim game one of WNBL semi-final series over Perth Lynx.

Adversity drives Wiasak to cycling win    

Missing out on the Rio Olympics and her fiance's injury have inspired Rebecca Wiasak to the Australian criterium championship.

Ewan, Wiasak win at cycling nationals    

Caleb Ewan won his third-straight criterium title on day one of the road nationals, while Rebecca Wiasak took out the women's race.

Hurricanes back Wade's BBL competitiveness    

Hobart Hurricanes import Tymal Mills believes there was nothing malicious in Matthew Wade's send-off directed at an opposition Sydney Thunder batsman.

Fire seek to douse Flames in WNBL semis

Townsville believes the new WNBL finals format with the higher-placed team playing the first game away will help them in their series against champions Sydney.

Aron Baynes set for "Big Ben" in London

Aron Baynes says the Boomers old guard are keen to integrate the new wave of young Australian talent into the squad ahead of the Olympics.

Cycling star Buchanan injured in car roll    

Australian cycling star Caroline Buchanan has sustained serious injuries in a car crash.

Lynx sweat on Whitcomb for WNBL semi    

WNBL minor premiers Perth are unsure how much of a role - if any - co-captain Sami Whitcomb will play in their series opener against the Boomers in Melbourne.

Murray mulls surgery, in Aus Open doubt

ANDY MURRAY of Great Britain plays a backhand in a warm-up session during day one at the 2018 Brisbane International at Pat Rafter Aren  Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

Andy Murray has pulled out of the Brisbane International without playing a match due to a hip injury, putting his Australian Open hopes in huge doubt.

Ewan eyes three cycling titles in a row    

Caleb Ewan is the rider to watch in the men's elite criterium on day one of the Australian road cycling championships.

Australian summer of cycling ready to roll

The Bay Classic series is having a year off, meaning the national titles will open Australian road cycling's busy January-February schedule.

Cambage, O'Hea seek more WNBL success

Liz Cambage and fellow Opals stalwart Jenna O'Hea want to repeat a WNBL title-winning success they enjoyed together seven years ago.

BMX star Willoughby marries sweetheart    

Australian BMX star Sam Willoughby has wed Alise Post 15 months after he was declared a tetraplegic.

Final boat finishes Sydney to Hobart

A controversial 2017 Sydney to Hobart has come to an end, with veteran NSW boat Freyja the last yacht to cross the line on New Year's Day.

Hunt for man after AFL family day lewd act

Police have asked the public for help identifying a man accused of performing a lewd act in front of a mother and child at the Richmond Tigers' family day.