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The new scholarship year for swimming starts July 2019.
The rising and established stars of Australian paddling were keen to show their best form at the 2019 Canoe Sprint National Championships in Perth with South Australian athletes to the forefront.
Eleven medals, including six gold medals and a world record, were among the highlights of Australia's outstanding return at the UCI Track Cycling World Championship in Pruszkow, Poland, between February 27 and March 3
A chance to mix up the pre-season with a touch of boxing and training with other high-profile sports has been embraced by SASI's hockey scholarship athletes as they head into a new season
The Australian team, with strong South Australian representation, is ready to give its best shot at the UCI Track World Championships in Poland between February 27 and March 3
It's all systems go for SASI's leading divers as they crank up preparations for the world cup trials later this year with the big-picture of competing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
SASI star and Whyalla product Leigh Hoffman will be among the SASI team visiting his home town at this weekend's (February 9, 10) Whyalla Cycling Club Track Carnival
Athletes from around Australia, including a strong line up from SASI, are set to hit the water in Sydney when the Canoe Sprint Grand Prix is held
Stifling heat proved no barrier to champion Para athlete Sam Von Einem who won gold medals at the recent tennis Australian Open and backed that up with more gold at the Australian Para Table Tennis Championship at Murray Bridge
A star-studded line up of many of the world's top athletes will compete at the 2019 Gymnastics World Cup in Melbourne in February, SASI scholar Chris Remkes the only South Australian chosen to compete