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A lifeline has been thrown to athletes, including a trio from the SA Sports Institute, with news of their selection on to the Australian team which will compete at the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021 as part of the canoe sprint team.
Australia's promising young female hockey players, including three from the SA Sports Institute, enjoyed a taste of international competition against Japan recently - finishing the series unbeaten.
Less than 12 months ago the sporting worlds of gymnasts Chris Remkes and Clay Stephens came crashing down with serious knee injuries in separate competitions, just hours apart in different countries. Now the duo is back in the game, selected to compete for Australia in the Gymnastics World Cup in Melbourne between 20 and 23 February.
Competition is about to ramp up again for Australia's leading divers when they head to Tokyo in April for the FINA Diving World Cup. SASI-based athletes having a strong hand in the team.
Outstanding results over the summer have seen star SASI softballer Belinda White win selection in the Aussie Spirit team to play in the professional Fastpitch league in the US, keeping alive her dream to make this year's Tokyo Olympic Games.
Star SASI athlete Claire Arthur has a busy schedule ahead of her, representing Australia at the FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Cups in Azerbaijan and Italy in the coming months
SASI athlete Paige Greco again raised the bar at the UCI Para-cycling Track World titles in Milton, Canada, defending her individual pursuit world title in a barnstorming finish.
Star SASI netballer Tyler Orr's new year took a different path when she travelled to Kangaroo Island to help residents affected by the bushfires, catching up with good friend and fellow SASI netballer Georgie Horjus and her family, originally from Kangaroo Island
The preparations for a busy year in softball with the Tokyo Olympics the big carrot, is keeping South Australia's top softballers focused on a big year.
A whirlwind few days on the Uni SA women's team at the Tour Down Under proved a top experience for SASI graduate Sophie Edwards. Now it's a short rest before tackling the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and Race Torquay.