Great Sporting Land is the first project on Google Arts & Culture dedicated to sports. The online experience invites everyone discover the people, places and moments that have shaped Australia’s great sporting culture and the stories and spirit behind some of the world\'s most popular sports. In partnership with over thirty cultural and sports institutions across Australia.
Steve Waugh and the Don\'s Bat Cole Bennets, Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame.
Portrait of The Mudlarks Photographer Unknown, Australian War Memorial, Australia.
Shane Warne, celebrates Ashes victory Philip Brown, Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame.
Cathy Freeman (2000) David Caird, National Portrait Gallery, Australia.
Kat Charles Catboard Kat Charles, Australian National Surfing Museum.
The MCG 150th Anniversary Tapestry Robert Ingpen, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia.
AFLW 2019 Preliminary Final Mike Owen, Australian Football League
Ian Thorpe (2002) James Houston, National Portrait Gallery, Australia.
Lleyton Hewitt (1998) Robin Sellick, National Portrait Gallery, Australia.
AFL 2005 Grand Final AFL Photos, Australian Football League.
Layne Beachley (2008) Petrina Hicks, National Portrait Gallery, Australia.
AFLW 2019 Round 04 Michael Willson, Australian Football League.
AFLW 2017 Rd 07 Michael Willson, Australian Football League.
AFL 2015 Training Michael Willson, Australian Football League.
Kurt Fearnley (2012) Adam Knott, National Portrait Gallery.
VFL 1989 Grand Final AFL Photos, Australian Football League.
Greg Norman Wins his First Australian Open Golf Australia, Australia.
Away Change Room Cupboard Doors Rocky Harris, Sydney Cricket and Sports Grounds
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