NSWIS diver bags Australia’s first medal

NSWIS diver Brittany O’Brien, along with teammate Emily Meaney, have got the Australian team off the mark with their first medal of the World University Games. The duo only recently came together for the Games and had only three practice sessions before competing, but put together a strong series of dives to win silver in the 10m synchro with a personal best total of 297.84.

Casey leads Uniroos in opening ceremony

NSWIS water polo player Pascalle Casey was given the honour of leading the Australian team at the opening ceremony of the World University Games (Universiade) in Taipei on Saturday. Casey was chosen to lead the 184 strong team of Australian student athletes into the 29th running of the games – with over 10,000 athletes competing in a variety of sports.

What to consider when approaching weight loss as an athlete

The body doesn’t like to change weight rapidly; it takes time to increase or reduce body weight healthily and for long term results. Extreme dietary attempts for fast weight loss and changes to body composition can be harmful and increase the risk of illness or injury, especially with a high training load.

Vale Stephen Wooldridge OAM

It is with great sadness that the NSWIS farewells one of our greatest cyclists, Olympian Stephen Wooldridge OAM. Born in 1977, Stephen won gold at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games in the men’s 4000m team pursuit.

Stevens storms to silver

NSWIS discus thrower Dani Stevens was back to her brilliant best at the IAAF World Championships in London, securing a silver medal in a new Commonwealth and Australian record. This was the first time Stevens has appeared on a global podium since she became the youngest discus world champion in history in 2009.

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Greta Hayes is a hockey player who competed for Australia in the Junior World Cup in 2016 in which they won a bronze medal.

  • Sport Hockey
  • Age 21
  • Career Highlights Bronze medal at Junior World Cup 2016
  • Proudest Moment Stepping out at the first game of the Junior World Cup and lining up beside my team to sing the Australian national anthem
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