NSWIS athletes dominate Australian Water Polo Youth World Championships squads

Thirteen NSWIS athletes have been selected to represent Australia across both men’s and women’s squads for the 2018 FINA Youth World Championships in August. Eight NSWIS athletes will constitute more than half of the Australian Born 2000 Men’s team, while five women have been called up for the Born 2000 Women.

Healthy eating helps Dani Stevens go the distance

Dani Stevens is an athlete on a mission. Having smashed a 20-year old record with 68.26m to win gold at the Commonwealth Games earlier this year, the discus thrower now has her sights set on joining the select group of women to throw further than 70 metres.

Strong NSWIS contingent selected for 2018 Pan Pacs, Para Pan Pacs

Eight athletes and four coaches will represent NSWIS at the 2018 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships and Para Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, after trials concluded in Adelaide on Thursday night. NSWIS athletes put in a series of strong performances over five days of trials, with Matthew Levy and Timothy Hodge among those to medal ahead of the Championships in August.

FIAFitnation renews NSWIS partnership for 2018/19

NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) athletes will be able to study more vocational courses than ever before in a renewed partnership with FIAFitnation announced today. Australia’s longest-running fitness education provider, FIAFitnation will be extending its partnership as one of NSWIS’ Education Providers for a further year.

Education Partner ACPE on board for further three years

The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) will increase the flexibility of scholarships available to NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) athletes in 2018, as it extends its partnership with NSWIS for a further three years. As an Education Provider for NSWIS, ACPE supports athletes who wish to launch or further their careers in the sports sector and its related professions.


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