Sport Team

Justin Lemmon

Deputy-Editor

Email: justin.lemmon@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Justin is a media and communications graduate from the University of Melbourne and an aspiring journalist. With no natural sporting talent himself, Justin does his best work with the pen, writing mostly on AFL and cricket.

Jonathon Momsen

Deputy-Editor

Email: jonathon.momsen@theaustraliatimes.com.au

I'm a 22 year-old sports writer, fan and player currently studying journalism and PR at the University of Newcastle. I started writing for TAT Sport in 2015 focusing on F1. If sport isn't a passion of mine it would have to be an obsession. I write in order to share that obsession with the world with the hope that others might enjoy it as much as I do.

Aimee Dawson

Deputy-Editor

Email: aimee.dawson@theaustraliatimes.com.au

I am currently a second-year Sports Journalism student at Melbourne's La Trobe University campus. I have a passion for sport, mainly netball, basketball, AFL and cricket.

Ronaldo Quinonez

Contributor

Email: ronald.quinonez@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Ron is a fashion and sports photojournalist by passion and been doing freelance since 2010. Indeed a simple down-to-earth guy who's easy to get along with, well organised and communicate well with people. He has done and continue to do model shoots, covering fashion shows and sporting events including special occasions. Some of the celebrities and major fashion and sporting events he had covered are: The Sound of Music, Black Swan, Jennifer Hawkins, Heidi Klum, Serena Williams, Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix, Arnold Schwarzenegger Classics Australia, Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Jayco Herald Sun Tour, Kooyong Classic, Swimming Victoria, Hyundai A-League, Netball Victoria, Australian Ice Hockey League, Netball Australia, Miss Universe Australia, Miss World Australia, among others.

Paul Carr

Contributor

Email: paul.carr@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Is a writer, sportsman, car nut, historian and an IT professional. His writing career began with writing boring technical computer manuals and a great many trees were sacrificed in their publication. Fortunately for the forests technology has moved on and his more recent technical writing has been published electronically. In the nineties Paul found the time to write on subjects close to his heart and was a winner of the Womens Weekly Short Story Competition in the crime story section. He has since written two novels, childrens books and numerous short stories. His interest in cars and military history led to articles published in the Cat Whiskers and quizzes in an online American Military Magazine. Paul is also a contributor to various other TAT publications.

Jess Fagan

Contributor

Email: jess.fagan@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Jess' first love is tennis, but she is very much a general sport lover so enjoys the opportunity to write about different things as they come her way. Jess started contributing to TAT Sport in 2013 and it has helped her develop her writing skills and broaden her sporting horizons. She feels lucky to have the chance to fill the editor position with such a great team around her and has learnt so much from everyone who's written articles for the magazine.

Colm Boohig

Contributor

Email: colm.boohig@theaustraliatimes.com.au

My name is Colm Boohig, from Ireland. To be fair, I am interested in lots that life has to offer but my most consistent love since I was a young'n has been sport and creative writing. If I wasn't kicking a ball around I was trying my hardest to come across as interesting with a pen or a keyboard. This routine eventually landed me a gig as a sports reporter for the main newspaper in my home county of Cork, while I also got involved in the world of PR in Dublin, working as an assistant accounts executive. Having lived in Australia I was lucky enough to become involved with TAT and have steadily worked my way up in the last year. I don't plan to stop progressing anytime soon. My main goal is to become creatively involved in the world of sport and entertainment on a daily basis, if only to justify the amount of time I have spent watching and reading up on the world of comedy and sport, and all that it has to offer! It is an ambition in which I am determined to achieve.

Ian Powell

Contributor

Email: ian.powell@theaustraliatimes.com.au

My name is Ian and I am 24 years old and from the UK. I have been writing feature sport articles for various Soccer websites for the past 8 months. I only decided to try my hand at sports journalism due to an unfortunate cycling accident in Melbourne, which subsequently left me immobile for several weeks. I now see it, though, as a blessing in disguise, as I now have a real passion for writing interesting and, at times, left field articles.Next year I will be based in Vietnam for 6 months, as I will be working for an International Human Rights NGO. Whilst there I hope to continue to produce original and informative sport articles, and perhaps branch out into cricket and field hockey.Below is a link to my Soccerlens page - a reputable soccer blogging website for which I am a guest writer. http://soccerlens.com/author/ianjpowell/

Brian O' Connell

Contributor

Email: brian.oconnell@theaustraliatimes.com.au

My name's Brian and I'm from Cork City in Ireland. I'm currently studying a journalism course and would like to pursue a career in media, whether it be online or in the newspaper industry. Ultimately, I would love to do some sports writing for a national newspaper in Ireland. I have a keen interest in many sports, but have a particular interest in soccer, tennis and basketball. My first experience in the world of journalism was when I wrote for my university newspaper writing about the weekly hockey matches that the university teams were involved in. Although I knew very little about the sport at the time, I enjoyed my time there and believe it was a great learning curve for me.

Alejandro Gaitán

Contributor

Email: alejandro.gaitn@theaustraliatimes.com.au

From Barcelona, Spain. Journalist. Soccer and NBA.

Samuel Borgert

Contributor

Email: samuel.borgert@theaustraliatimes.com.au

1/2 Hit105 Radio show,1/3 YouTube group,1 full time Journalism student,A pinch of child care work,1 cup of flour,Mix together & bake for 40 minutes at 180 degrees.