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To win a medal at the Games is a tremendous feat in itself…but to do it in the face of adversity demonstrates an incredible amount of courage, as was shown by Alex Porter in Tokyo on the cycling track.
In their second Games following Rio 2016, SASI athletes Kyle Chalmers and Madison Wilson had a brilliant run in Tokyo, coming home with five medals between them of the 20 medals the Dolphins won in the pool.
While the Australian Men’s Hockey Team were unable to leave the Tokyo Olympics with a gold medal, they had a commendable tournament which resulted in silver.
Starting out as junior athletes with big dreams is where it all began for 18 of our South Australian athletes, who will be living out the ultimate sporting dream at the Tokyo Games in the months to come.
While it may seem like Adelaide Thunderbirds rising star Georgie Horjus quickly burst on to the Suncorp Super Netball (SSN) scene last year, it’s been a long road to get to this point.
The 2021/22 South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) cycling squad was recently announced, with 16 sprint and endurance cyclists named for the year ahead.
For the first time in its 39-year history the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) will finally have its own purpose-built headquarters from which to identify, develop and support high-performance athletes and programs.
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.
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.
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.