Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (SUSF) is delighted to announce the appointment of Ed Smith as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
A perpetually named sporting scholarship will be awarded for the first time in 2021, in honour of the late Professor Gavin Brown, who passed away in 2010.
Of the 340+ sporting scholarships offered in 2020, 39 are particularly sentimental. These perpetual named scholarships are established by individuals and organisations who have kindly donated in the spirit of providing a lasting legacy. These gifts are especially appreciated in uncertain times, such as what we’re experiencing now with the COVID-19 pandemic. Four perpetual named scholarships are awarded for the first time this year to four outstanding student athletes in honour of some wonderful Sydney University sporting community members.
Each year, the outstanding academic performers of our Elite Athlete Program from the previous year are recognised through the award of several special scholarships. These are the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarships and the Senate Scholarships. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we were unable to hold our annual Sports Awards Dinner in which these student athletes would have been celebrated. So, in lieu of the Dinner, please read on to learn more about our top-performing academic athletes in 2019.
The Sports Awards is a special event in the Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness calendar where we acknowledge our new scholarship recipients and generous donors, celebrate our clubs, athletes and administrators and come together as a community in the name a shared love: sport. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019 event was unfortuntely cancelled, however in the absence of a celebratory evening together, we are proud to still announce our award winners online.
The Sports Awards is a special event in the Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness calendar where we acknowledge our new scholarship recipients and generous donors, celebrate our clubs, athletes and administrators and come together as a community in the name of a shared love: sport. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019 event was unfortuntely cancelled, however we are proud to still announce our 2020 scholarship holders online.
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (SUSF) is pleased to announce that, after 17-years of ownership of the WNBL’s Brydens Sydney Uni Flames, it has reached an in-principle agreement with sports agency Total Sport and Entertainment (TSE), owners of the Sydney Kings, to transfer ownership of the franchise to them.
Sydney Uni Lions women's team could lay claim to the 2020 Australian Water Polo League title after the competition was called off last week with two rounds of the competition proper to be played due to the coronavirus issue.
Sydney Uni Archery Club saw mixed results at the Warringah Open over the weekend, their first competitive event for the year, but can take solace from the achievements of Leah Ramchandani who took out second place in the Female Recurve Division.
Sydney University Lions head the men's and women's ladders with two rounds of the competition proper remaining in the 2019-20 Australian Water Polo League competitions.
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