Moguls silver for Jakara Anthony in Thaiwoo

Jakara Anthony achieved her best result at a World Cup, placing second in Thaiwoo, China for the Women’s Moguls. It’s the 20 year old’s first World Cup podium.

National success for Para Cyclists in Melbourne

Australia’s summer of track cycling opened in style with the 2019 Para Cycling National Championships at the DISC Velodrome in Melbourne. NSWIS athletes Amanda Reid and Gordon Allan performed outstandingly for their state to take wins in their categories across the Time Trial and Individual Pursuit events.

NSWIS cyclists combine for national Team Sprint title

Three-time world champion Kaarle McCulloch claimed her first team sprint national crown in seven years at the Cycling Australia National Championships in Melbourne on Saturday evening. McCulloch combined with fellow NSW Institute of Sport athletes Sophie Know and Selina Ho to secure the win for New South Wales.

Kookaburras secure bronze at Hockey World Cup

The Kookaburras have claimed the bronze medal at the 2018 FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup with an emphatic 8-1 victory over England in Sunday’s third place match in Bhubaneswar, India. Top-ranked Australia hit back after Saturday’s disappointing semi-final shootout defeat to the Netherlands with an impressive display where Tom Craig netted a hat-trick.

Opening Hours for NSWIS over Christmas and New Year

The NSW Institute of Sport Head Office will be closed from Monday, 24th December 2018 to Tuesday, 1st January 2019, reopening Wednesday, 2nd January 2019. Over Christmas and New Year the below gym opening hours will apply.

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