NSWIS Athletes

Anneliese Rubie

Anneliese Rubie is a 400m & 800m runner who reached the Semi Finals for the 400m at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, as well as the Finals for the 4x400m.

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Cameron Ivory

Cameron Ivory represented Australia at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, where he finished eighth.

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Declan Stacey

Declan Stacey is an NSWIS diver who has made the switch from gymnastics after success as a junior.

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Greta Hayes

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

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Jarrod Gilchrist

Jarrod Gilchrist represented Australia in Waterpolo for the 2016 Rio Olympics. He has secured gold in the World Uni Games in 2009, claimed two World Championships and three Aus National Titles.

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Kaarle McCulloch

Cyclist Kaarle McCulloch is a three times world champion of the Track Sprint. McCulloch won a bronze medal at the London 2012 Olympics and has been with the NSW Institute of Sport for over ten years.

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Kurt Lovett

Kurt Lovett is a hockey player with the NSW Institute of Sport. The Australian Under 21 Burras team – of which Lovett was a player – competed in the Junior World Cup Semi Final against India in 2017.

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Lucien Delfour

Lucien Delfour is a Canoe – Slalom athlete who took part in the 2016 Olympics in Rio, and has had podium finishes at World Cup level.

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Murray Stewart

Murray Stewart is an Olympic gold winning medalist for the Canoe – Sprint. Stewart secured gold in the 2012 London games for the K4 1000m event.

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Pascalle Casey

Pascalle Casey is a Waterpolo player who has won gold at the World University Games.

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Sami Kennedy-Sim

Sami Kennedy-Sim stepped onto the podium of a World Cup event for the first time in her career in 2017, with a silver medal in the ski cross at Idre Fjall in Sweden. On two previous occasions in her career Kennedy-Sim had made it into the final four of a World Cup, but both times finished just outside the medals.

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Tiffany Thomas-Kane

Tiffany Thomas-Kane OAM won a gold and three bronze medals in the swimming pool at the Rio Paralympics in 2016. Thomas-Kane also received the Order of Australia in 2017 for her outstanding achievement at the age of just 15.

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