The Australian Opals team headed to China for a four-nation tournament between July 11-22 will feature Brydens Sydney Uni Flames players, Tahlia Tupaea, Katie-Rae Ebzery and coach, Cheryl Chambers.
Sydney Uni Flames, Annabelle Lindsay, was named the Round Five Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League (WNWBL) Player of the Week.
The director of cricket at Sydney University Cricket Club (SUCC) took his leave at the end of the 2017-18 season and left a wonderful legacy, writes Graham Croker.
On Saturday 14 April, 2018, current SUSF Elite Athlete Program member, Anja Stridsman won the gold medal for Australia in the Women’s 60kg at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, defeating England’s Paige Murney in the final bout.
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness recently partnered with the East Coast Squash Academy (ECSA) to create a fantastic opportunity for students and community members to develop skills, have fun and learn from some of Australia’s best squash coaches at the Sydney Uni Sports & Aquatic Centre courts.
Donating to our Elite Athlete Program is more than a donation to sport, it is an investment in the future of our brightest stars and fuels the hopes and dreams of all Australians, writes Jo Brischetto.
The athleticism, reach and anticipation of Sydney University Lions goalkeeper Anthony Hrysanthos was put to the test in a penalty shoot-out to decide bragging rights for the 2018 National Water Polo League men’s title.
There are thousands of nutritional supplements on the market in Australia. They promise weight loss, muscular gains, improved metabolism and elevated energy. But does the average gym goer really need added protein to accelerate their results or would a more balanced diet do the trick? Rachel Finch enters the supplement debate.
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness has officially opened 350m² of new gym space at the Sports & Aquatic Centre (SUSAC), available to all gold and silver gym pass holders.
Sydney University Football Club (SUFC) embarked on a ground-breaking tour to Tokyo, Japan in their 2018 pre-season. The touring squad included a healthy mix of colts and grade players, who would play three blockbuster matches against some of Japan’s finest teams. The 10-day tour was a great cultural experience for the players, and allowed them to get some extra pre-season game time under their belts, writes Harry Croker.
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