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Fernon Conquers Mongol Derby

by Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness | December 4, 2017
Fernon Conquers Mongol Derby

Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness’ Vice President and London 2012 Olympian, Ed Fernon, has won the world’s longest and toughest horse race in record time. The 29-year-old conquered the gruelling Mongol Derby, crossing the finish line with South African Barry Armitage in equal first.

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King of the Jungle

by Harry Croker | December 4, 2017
King of the Jungle

The Sydney University American Football Club have wasted no time in the 2017 season showing the rest of the competition why they are still the King of the jungle.

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Rain thwarts students

by Graham Croker | December 4, 2017
Rain thwarts students

Leg-spinner Devlin Malone was enjoying a fine spell of bowling against Sydney at Sydney University Oval on Saturday when rain rescued the visitors.

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Scoreboard

by Graham Croker | December 4, 2017
Scoreboard

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.

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Sydney Surge to Double Victory

by Laura Hanlon | December 4, 2017
Sydney Surge to Double Victory

The University Of Sydney men’s and women’s crews rowed to victory in the Australian Boat Race 2017, with the women’s eight finally breaking Melbourne’s eight-year hold on the trophy.

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Sydney University Claim Third at 2017 AUGs

by Laura Hanlon | December 4, 2017
Sydney University Claim Third at 2017 AUGs

In winning 6 pennants (1st place team finishes), Sydney Uni were just one pennant short of Melbourne and two shy of UTS in the 25th Edition of the Australian University Games held on the Gold Coast.

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Where Are They Now?

by Susannah Walmsley | December 4, 2017
Where Are They Now?

Since 1990, Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (SUSF) and the Elite Athlete Program has helped assist student-athletes achieve excellence in both their sport and tertiary studies. We caught up with two elite athlete program alumni and Australian representatives, Kyla Bremner and Mike Wiseman.

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Youth Step Up to the Crease

by Graham Croker | December 4, 2017
Youth Step Up to the Crease

Sydney University’s push to win back-to-back first grade titles in Sydney’s premier cricket competition will have to be achieved without two mainstays in Greg Mail and Ryan Carters.

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Athletes Give Back

by Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness | November 30, 2017
Athletes Give Back

Jake Vrahnos recently volunteered his time in a remote indigenous community, implementing sport and education programs organised by the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA). 

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Goal Shooter

by Helen Jomoa | November 30, 2017
Goal Shooter

Setting and visualising goals can help us accomplish things that may otherwise feel out of reach. Helen Jomoa explains how to set and achieve your summer fitness goals.

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Introducing your Management Committee

by Nicole Safi | November 30, 2017
Introducing your Management Committee
The Management Committee of Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness is a board made up of regular members like you. They are responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organisation and work hard to maintain our place as an internationally leading sports organisation and improve services for members.

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SUSF President Takes a Bow

by Graham Croker | November 30, 2017
SUSF President Takes a Bow

The President of Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness, Bruce Ross, recently retired after a record 26 years in the role and a plethora of achievements under his belt.

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Member Meets: Sarah Jones

by Susannah Walmsley | November 28, 2017
Member Meets: Sarah Jones

Ten years ago, Sarah Jones developed chronic arthritis that rapidly spread to every joint in her body, from her jaw to her neck; wrist, knees, hips, ankles and everywhere in between. Four years ago, a back injury rendered Sarah almost immobile. 

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Sharp shooting Flames take down Boomers

by Susannah Walmsley | November 28, 2017
Sharp shooting Flames take down Boomers

The Brydens Sydney Uni Flames find themselves back at the top of the ladder,  in a three way tie, after a huge victory over the Melbourne Boomers in Melbourne yesterday. The team shot an impressive 61% from beyond the arc, with Asia Taylor, Belinda Snell and Ally Wilson combining for 81 points.

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Sleep Better

by Nicole Safi | November 28, 2017
Sleep Better

According to the 2017 Sealy Sleep Census, 70 per cent of Australians say their day-to-day performance is impacted by a lack of sleep. This means reduced productivity in the workplace, as well as compromised physical, emotional and mental health. How can we sleep better to reduce the effects of inadequate sleep?

 

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