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Olivia Sandery has taken significant steps in her race walking career in the past two years, particularly in 2022 where she has smashed her PBs on the track and road for distances from 5000m to 10km walk. After an impressive progression to the senior ranks, she’s now got her sights set on racing at the World Athletics Championships having met the qualifying standard for the 20km distance.
In the past few years, Hattie Shand’s sporting career has gone from strength to strength. The SASI hockey graduate was selected in the 2022 Hockeyroos squad after being part of the Jillaroos and will head overseas next month to play in the Pro League Series.
South Australian school students are set for Olympic sized inspiration, with the launch of Olympics Unleashed into high schools across the state announced today by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and South Australian Government.
SASI cyclists put on an amazing display over five days of racing at the 2023 Oceania Track Cycling Championships.
The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) has appointed Jacqui Illman as its new Netball Head Coach, who brings with her an elite level of experience and qualifications.
The State Government will support 62 South Australian elite athletes in their sporting pursuits through the South Australian Sports Institute’s (SASI’s) Individual Athlete Program (IAP).
Two SASI scholars are amongst the 16 Australian athletes who have made a commitment to help make sport a more inclusive place after being appointed as the new AIS Thrive with Pride ambassadors.
South Australia will be home to a world class high-performance sport, research, and education precinct thanks to a multi-million-dollar partnership between the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) and UniSA.
While bike helmet safety is an important issue all year round, the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) and its helmet provider KASK are urging South Australian riders to be particularly vigilant during the month of January for the Tour Down Under – when there is an influx of professional and amateur riders on the roads.
Highly decorated Olympian and three-time team pursuit world champion, Alex Porter, has announced his retirement from professional cycling.