The countdown is on for the world’s most prestigious sporting event, the 2020 Summer Olympics, and for many athletes around the globe the next few months are make or break.
Ever felt like there aren’t enough hours in a day? For so many of us a lack of time is a well-used excuse for not getting to the gym, returning an email, catching up with an old friend or just slowing down and taking a few beats. Although in our defence, we’re busier than ever juggling a mountain of tasks, deadlines and commitments. While we’re each given the same 1,440 minutes every day, there are some super simple hacks to genuinely maximise them. Read on for five ways to get the most out of your day.
A guard in basketball, wide receiver in gridiron, centre in rugby league, forward in AFL and goal-keeper in soccer – there is nothing that the talented Serika Shillingsworth can’t do. We sat down with the Flames hopeful to understand what drives her sporting passion and why it is such a major part of her life.
Welcome to 2020! As we gear up for the year ahead, we reflect on the decade past by spotlighting standout moments from the last 10 years. From firsttime championships to major capital works; four National University titles and two Olympic games, we’ve seen milestones and achievements aplenty which points to not only a tradition of success, but great promise for the future.
Before 1990, young athletes needed to make a choice between pursuing a career in sport or a long term-commitment to study. this predicament ignited a flame in the Sydney University Sports Union (now known as Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness) who saw an opportunity to change the university sports game forever.
Sydney Uni women's water polo team maintained their unbeaten run and the competition lead in the national league when they ventured west for Round 4 last week.
Dedicated Member and University of Sydney student Sam Turner sat down with Sera Naiqama to share how her perspective of training has changed for the better since joining SUSF.
Should Universities Women’s Cricket Club take out the Sydney Premier competition Limited Overs and Twenty20 double in the 2019-20 season, they’ll be doing so with possibly the youngest team to ever collect either title. Captained by 18-year-old Olivia Porter, the average age of the Universities First Grade hovers around 19, depending on selection and the availability of representative players.
Did you know that 92% of people fail to achieve their New Year’s resolutions each year? We’ve all been there. We’ve all made these extravagant New Year’s resolutions when we are feeling down on ourselves - to cut out chocolate, quit alcohol or go to the gym five days a week for the rest of the year. We’ve also all been there when our motivation runs thin, life gets in the way and it all becomes too hard.
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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