The University of Sydney was well-represented at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games by students Holly Crawford, Madii Himbury, James Matheson and alumna Aimee Watson. The four snow sports athletes were part of the 51-strong Australian Olympic Team, with Madii and James among the team’s 20 first-time Winter Olympians.
Sydney University Boat Club (SUBC) have retained their title as the leading elite club in NSW with a dominant performance at the NSW State Rowing Championships, winning both the point score and medal tally.
Our Elite Women's Cycling Team has scorched the nation's roads to show they belong. Laura Hanlon provides a wrap of their first summer of racing.
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Sydney University Athletics Club’s 45-strong contingent at the 2018 Australian Athletics Championships held on the Gold Coast produced 30 finalists, 15 medallists, four national champions and eight athletes with automatic Commonwealth Games selection with more to be selected by the end of the month.
The Sydney Uni Sports & Aquatic Centre (SUSAC) Gym Extension is close to complete, with a large chunk of the new training space already open to members.
Sydney University’s draw with UNSW in their Round 13 two-day match at Alan Davidson Oval had a number of negative ramifications for the visitors.
Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, collated by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.
Sydney University athletes at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games will have to wait until the last day of competition on February 25 to contend for a podium finish.
The Pirates came out after the break seeking to establish their ground game and they did manage to pick up a first down on their first drive, but that was the extent of their success. The Lions’ defence quickly reasserted itself to force the Pirates into a 4th down situation. The Pirates gambled and tried to run for the first down but were crushed by the heart of the Lions’ defence – Aoun, Balada, Delaney and Tizaniel combining to meet the fullback in the hole for no gain.
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