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.
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.
Engineered for performance | Angus Armstrong’s high-energy diet
Since switching from high jump to pole vault at the suggestion of his high school coach, Angus Armstrong has burst onto the national stage as one of the young stars of his sport.
NSW to lead sports innovation and technology with launch of Sydney Sports Incubator
New South Wales is set to spearhead sports innovation with the official launch of the Sydney Sports Incubator at Sydney Olympic Park today by the NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres.
Jess Fox dominates with double gold at Canoe Slalom World Cup
NSW Institute of Sport’s (NSWIS) Jessica Fox won two gold medals at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup over the weekend, with a series of stunning performances in the K1 and C1 in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia. The double puts her in good stead as she begins to look towards the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.