It has often been said that defending a championship is harder than winning one in the first place, but Brydens Sydney Uni Flames nevertheless gave it a red-hot crack in 2017/18 as the team attempted to bring a second consecutive championship to the Harbour City, writes Lachy France.
The Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness Elite Athlete Program prides itself on the success of its athletes, assisting them to achieve a steady balance between both sport and study.
The Sydney University Baseball Club, or the ‘Cynics’ as they’re fondly known, competed at the 2017 Hong Kong International Baseball Open during December. The 12-man squad was invited to the tournament as a stand-alone club rather than as an Australian representative team.
We know that exercise has numerous benefits on our physical and mental health. However, there are also significant benefits that exercise has on our academic performance, writes Aleksandra Pozder.
Train as a team in SUSF’s state-of-the-art Group Fitness facilities with some of Sydney’s best instructors. You’ll meet people, learn how to exercise and get addicted to fitness.
It’s ‘Game On’... Laura Hanlon profiles some of the top University of Sydney who may well be flying the Aussie Flag at the Commonwealth Games.
When someone says ‘meal prep’, what comes to mind? Chicken and broccoli? Body builders? Grocery trips more painful than the first 5 minutes of cardio after Christmas? Sure. But what about saving for a holiday? Or reducing your contribution to landfill? Or protecting yourself from nutritional deficiencies?
Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness (SUSF) member, Thomas Dillon, has competed in Australia’s most prestigious yacht race. Susannah Walmsley sat down with him to discuss training, injuries and “the race.”
The Growth Built Sydney University Australian National Football Club (SUANFC) has a rich and proud tradition as New South Wales’ oldest AFL club. Boasting eight teams and over 350 club members, SUANFC has also made its mark as one of the state’s largest football clubs.
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.
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