Talent Search has been a method used by the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) for many years, to identify and develop potential elite athletes who can achieve success at national and international levels.
11 Jun 2021
South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Sports Physiologist Dr Jamie Stanley has accomplished a lot in his career to date, and he’s set to add to his list of achievements with the upcoming Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
04 Jun 2021
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for learning, for sharing, and for celebrating the diversity of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ cultures, histories, achievements, and knowledge.
27 May 2021
There is just one week to go until Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic Canoe and Kayak sprint athletes will converge on Adelaide for the 2021 Paddle Australia Canoe Sprint Championships.
12 May 2021
SASI's hypoxic chamber and tent simulate altitude by reducing the percentage of oxygen in the air for training purposes. This helps the athletes prepare for competing at higher altitudes and/or stimulates physiological adaptations that translate to a better performance at sea level.