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Last night’s annual South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Awards held at Adelaide Oval, celebrated the best in sport in South Australia, in what’s been an extraordinary year for high-performance sport.
SASI athlete Jess Stenson (nee Trengove) ran her first marathon in three years in Perth last month, crossing the finish line first and clocking the fastest time ever run by an Australian on home soil.
South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) graduate Jarrad Drizners has signed a two-year contract with the Belgian professional cycling team, Lotto Soudal.
Laurence (Laurie) Fletcher was always destined to succeed at the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI), from beginning his journey as an athlete to now leading the way for others.
South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) graduates Georgie Horjus and Maisie Nankivell have re-signed with the Adelaide Thunderbirds ahead of the 2022 season.
Injured, exhausted and clearly in pain, it was an emotional end to Paralympian Michael Roeger’s Tokyo campaign when he crossed the finish line in sixth place in the T46 Marathon.
In early 2020, SASI athlete Izzy Vincent had her eyes firmly set on qualifying for the Paris 2024 Paralympics, but thanks to the delay of the Tokyo Games she is now a two-time Paralympic medallist before her 16th birthday!
Day 7 of the Tokyo Paralympics saw two SASI athletes win bronze medals in road cycling events.
SASI para-cyclist Darren Hicks is bringing home a gold medal, securing the fastest time in the Road Cycling Men’s C2 Time Trial at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
SASI athlete Sam von Einem has claimed the Men’s Singles Class 11 Table Tennis silver medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.