The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) is celebrating National Careers Week (NCW), held 16 – 22 May 2022.
The skills and expertise of South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) staff have been recognised with the recent appointments of SASI staff to national roles.
What a week at the 2022 AusCycling Track National Championships in Brisbane.
A new initiative promoting positive menstrual health in sport and recreation has been launched, aiming to break down the barriers that impact female participation in physical activity.
The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) is delighted to welcome Kevin Tabotta and Keren Faulkner to the team, who both have a wealth of experience in high-performance sport.
The two-time Paralympic silver medallist is looking to qualify for the able-bodied Commonwealth Games Australia Table Tennis team and make history in Birmingham.
SASI rising star Hattie Shand has scored the biggest achievement in her career to date, securing her spot in the 2022 National Women’s Hockeyroos Squad.
A total of 29 South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) athletes and graduates have been selected into the AusCycling Podium Potential Academy (PPA) for 2022.
The South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) would like to congratulate Annette (Nettie) Edmondson on ‘one hell of a ride’, following today’s announcement she’s retired from competitive cycling.
Last night’s annual South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Awards held at Adelaide Oval, celebrated the best in sport in South Australia, in what’s been an extraordinary year for high-performance sport.
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