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Australian Rifle athlete, Tori Rossiter, has seen more of the world over the past five years than many people experience in a lifetime. Now the world is taking notice of Rossiter.
The Australian Government together with the Marshall Government of South Australia is cementing Adelaide’s position as an international cycling capital, awarding the multi-million dollar contract for the wind tunnel build adjacent to the Adelaide Super-Drome.
With interstate travel and competitive racing back on the cards in 2021 following a COVID induced hiatus, our SASI cyclists were in Ballarat from 3 – 7 February for the 2021 Federation University Road National Championships.
South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) BMX cyclist Anthony Dean has kicked off the year with a big win!
The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) has confirmed their women’s squad that will take to the start line of the 2021 Santos Festival of Cycling.
A message from the Director
The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) wishes to congratulate its Head Hockey Coach Tim White on his new role as Assistant Coach for the Belgium women’s national field hockey team.
New data released today reveals that more than one third of South Aussies (34.2 per cent) are getting sunburnt at least once over summer.
When it comes to Australian Paralympic target rifle athlete, Libby Kosmala, her legend status is not only accurate, but also highly deserved when you consider her outstanding record, her sporting longevity, her contribution to target Shooting and to the Paralympic movement, plus her role in the advancement of people with a disability.
Three South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) athletes are among an outstanding group who will receive scholarships as part of this year’s Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF) Scholarship & Mentoring Program.