The Triple Crown, which comprises winning the two races and the Top 10 Shootout at Hidden Valley Raceway in Darwin, hasn’t been won since its introduction in 2009
After a week dominated by Origin, the weekend was all about Ash Barty's win at the French Open, plus two World Cups featuring men's cricket and women's football.
Australian sports fans have been left disappointed after SBS was left unable to provide live free-to-air coverage of Australian player, Ashleigh Barty in the quarter-finals of the French Open.
Another big week in sport with the Cricket World Cup underway, Origin looming over the TV landscape, and the Women's World Cup about to commence.
All eyes are on Australia, the defending champions, going into the tournament with ten ODI wins in a row and strengthened by the long-awaited return of Steve Smith and David Warner, who are both in red-hot form.
This will be the first time that a viewer of a live sports broadcast has had the power to create and share clips of sporting highlights with their friends on social media.
Round 10 of the AFL Premiership season was watched by 3.88 million viewers across the weekend, including 1.865m in the five capitals and 1.414m on Foxtel.
10 has released first details for its upcoming broadcast of the Melbourne Cup carnival with the network promising to provide an “access all areas pass” to the heart stopping action