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Paralympian Michael Roeger again showcased his amazing talent and durability with a stunning win and world record in his T46 classification at the London Marathon last Sunday
The Hockeyroos, with SASI star Miki Spano in the line up, will resume their FIH Pro League competition this week with a tough overseas schedule, beginning on Anzac Day with a match in New Zealand against New Zealand
There will be little rest for SASI's outstanding athletes when they head to Italy and Belgium in the coming weeks for the opening rounds of the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships.
Dominant results at the recent Australian Age Swimming Championship in Adelaide have seen SASI star Emily White selected on the Australian team to compete at the junior world championships in Budapest, Hungary between August 20 and 25
South Australia's young netballers again showed the strength of the SASI and Netball SA programs with gold medals in each of the recent 19 and under and 17 and under championships at the Queensland Netball Centre - the 17s winning their fourth title in a row.
Olympic champion and SASI star Kyle Chalmers dominated the recent Australian Swimming Championships with four gold medals, while up-and-comer Brittany Castelluzzo starred with a silver medal in the women's 200m butterfly at the SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre
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South Australia's outstanding athletes will be out to do themselves and their state proud at the 17 and under and 19 and under national netball titles in Brisbane between April 11 and 16. In another boost to the SA program SASI Netball Head Coach Jenny Borlase has been appointed to the national performance selection panel
The reminder that high-level sport can be a fluctuating ride was shown again last week when Gymnastics Australia and SASI scholars Chris Remkes and Clay Stephens suffered possible long-term injuries in separate competitions around the world
Champion athlete Alex Hill stood tall at the recent Sydney International Rowing Regatta to become the first South Australian to win the prestigious President's Cup twice - and back-to-back as well