Weekly Wrap: Winter Induction, World Champion and X Games Gold

Posted on July 25, 2022 by

From Jindabyne to Oregeon, it was a sensational week for NSWIS athletes. Olympic medallists and future stars gathered in Jindabyne for the annual winter induction ceremony, while across the globe in Oregon, Eleanor Patterson was crowned world champion in high jump.

Winter Athletes Welcomed to NSWIS

Olympic medallists Jakara Anthony, Tess Coady and Ben Tudhope led the celebrations at the NSWIS  annual winter induction ceremony on Friday night.

More than 30 of the nation’s best ski and snowboard athletes gathered in Jindabyne for the prestigious event, which welcomed returning scholarship holders as well as new scholarship athletes to high performance.

Congratulations World Champion Eleanor

NSWIS high jumper Eleanor Patterson was crowned world champion in Oregon, USA. 

Eleanor soared to victory in the women’s high jump final on Day 5 of the World Athletics Championships, delivering a sensational performance that has seen her become the first Australian women’s high jump gold medallist and only the 10th Australian track and field athlete to claim a world title. 

The 26-year-old recorded a new personal best of 2.02m, equalling Nicola Olyslager’s Oceania and Australian record, but what was most impressive was her comeback after finding herself knocking on the door of elimination from competition. 


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Also at the World Championships Mackenzie Little just missed the podium for javelin, throwing a new personal best to finish in fifth place.



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NSWIS Hockey Players at U21 Nationals

Aspiring Kookaburras and Hockeyroos have been out to showcase their talent at the 2022 Hockey Australia U21 Championships in Perth. The event makes a welcome return to the national hockey calendar after COVID forced its cancellation in 2020 and 2021.

The NSWIS women and men’s teams are both through to the semi finals occurring today and tomorrow. All matches of the U21 Championships will be streamed on LIVEHockey.

Notably Grace Young has been awarded Player of Match twice so far in the tournament.

NSW State – Women: Makayla Jones, Kendelle Tait, Alana Kavanagh, Chelsea Holmes, Lexie Pickering, Taquira McGrath, Layla Riley and Grace Young.

NSW State – Men: Ryan Oschadleus (GK), Miles Davis, Nathan Czinner, Rashil Jetley, Dylan Downey, Koby Johnstone, Toby Mallon, Samuel Wright-Smith, Ky Willott and Jett Long who is playing in the NSW Blue Team.

Athletes Arrive at the Commonwealth Games Village

NSWIS athletes are arriving at the Commonwealth Games Village with the event starting in just a few days on Thursday 28 July.


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Kieran Woolley Wins X Games Gold


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