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Star SA athletes Belinda White and Maddie Cameron are hoping to win final selection on the Australian softball team which will head to China in September for an Olympic qualifier. The duo is in a 20-person squad where a team of 15 will be chosen to tour
SASI Individual Athlete Program scholarship applications for 2020 will open on 4 September.
Urged on by a vocal crowd SASI athlete Ella Sibley gave her rivals plenty to chase as she won gold in the scratch race at the International Cycling Union World Junior Track Cycling Championship in Frankfurt.
Star SASI athlete Anthony Dean's quest to build a strong platform to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games continues later this week (August 24 and 25) when he competes at the 2019 BAD BOY National Series at Cove BMX Club
The countdown is well and truly on for SASI athlete Emily White and her Australian teammates preparing for the junior world swimming championships in Budapest, Hungary between August 20 and 25
He was a key figure in the Australian under-21 hockey team's success at the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia in 2017 and now SASI athlete Lachie Busiko is hoping for more success at the same event this October
Several of Paddle Australia's up-and-coming talent will be on show at a key event in Slovakia in September, the Canoe Sprint Olympic Hopes Regatta
It's been a big few months for SASI athlete Angus Dawson who was a member of Australia's gold-medal winning under-23 Men's Coxed Fours at the World Rowing under-23 championship in Florida. Dawson also is set to take up a four-year scholarship soon at the University of California, Berkeley.
Australia's swimming team performed strongly at the recent FINA World Swimming Championship in Gwangju, South Korea, with a second overall placing on the medal table. SASI duo Madi Wilson and Kyle Chalmers played a big part in the team's success as members of two relay teams which won gold medals
Australia produced some excellent results at the UCI BMX World Championship in Zolder, Belgium, but luck wasn't riding for SASI and Australia elite pair Anthony Dean and Matt Tidswell in key moments