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Rising water polo stars selected for international tour


Fifteen of Australia’s most promising young male water polo players have been selected into the Australian Born ’98 (B98) water polo team to compete in Europe throughout May. The team will first come together to compete in Sydney at the 20 and Under National Championships before travelling to Europe immediately following the national championships to …read more

Track superstars selected for the 2015/16 Jayco-AIS Sprint Program


Three of South Australia’s track superstars have been selected for the 2015/16 Jayco-AIS Sprint Program. Leading the squad is SA’s eleven-time world champion and dual Olympic medallist, Anna Meares, and following her are her fellow Adelaidians and reigning Commonwealth Games gold medallists, Matthew Glaetzer and Steph Morton. The squad is currently undergoing a three-week training …read more

Universities to battle it out in the 2015 Southern Uni Games


Students from around Australia will showcase their skills across a range of sports at the 2015 Southern University Games, which will be held in Adelaide from the 5th to the 9th of July. It has been more than ten years since South Australia has hosted the event, and the state is gearing up to welcome …read more

Adelaide to host the 2015 National Archery Championships


The 2015 National Archery Championships will be held at Adelaide’s very own Victoria Square from the 2nd to the 3rd of May, where Australia’s finest archers will strive to secure the Championship title. The event will showcase the skills from a mixture of world and national champions, as well as local up-and-coming athletes of all …read more

Women’s Coxed Eight crew selected for the World Rowing Championships


South Australia’s Renee Chatterton has been selected to represent Australia in the Senior A Women’s Coxed Eight crew at the 2015 World Rowing Championships. Joining Chatterton in the crew is Alexandra Hagan, Charlotte Sutherland, Rosie Popa, Hannah Vermeersch, Meghan Volker, Katrina Bateman, Lucy Stephan and coxswain Sarah Banting, who will all compete at the Championships …read more

Swimming sensations selected for the Australian Dolphins team

The Australian Dolphins

Australia’s most talented young swimmers have been selected for the 2015 Australian Dolphins swim team, who are set to compete at the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan Russia. The team was selected after eight days of intense competition at the 2015 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships, and will see a powerful blend of seasoned …read more