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Australia topped the medal table for the first time in Europe at the recent World Rowing Cup in Poland with SASI's Alex Hill, Molly Goodman and Olympia Aldersey playing a big part in the success
Volleyroos Mariafe Artacho del Solar and Taliqua Clancy have finetuned for their first FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championship with a stunning gold medal at a world tour event in Poland. The world championship is in Hamburg between June 28 and July 7.
Trialed by SASI, Swimming Australia and AIS, an upgraded software app will be made available to Australian high performance programs and coaches soon. The ultimate aim is to help athletes win medals at the world swimming championships in July in South Korea and 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Champion BMX star Anthony Dean will fly the flag for Australia and SASI when he competes against some of the the world's best athletes at the UCI BMX world championships in Zolder, Belgium, from July 23 to 27
One of Australia's most promising young gymnasts Jesse Moore is set to fly the flag for his country in next week's FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Junior Championships in Gyor, Hungary, between June 27 and 30
Sports fans are used to seeing champion swimmer Kyle Chalmers either winning gold medals or smashing records, as he did at the recent world swimming trials in Brisbane. South Korea will get that privilege when Chalmers competes in the Australian Dolphins swimming team at the FINA World Championships in Gwangju
SASI athlete Angus Dawson is not far away from a life-changing four-year scholarship at the University of California, Berkeley. Before that he will don the Australian colours at the coming rowing world Under-23 championships in Florida
SASI athletes performed strongly at the Australian Open Diving Championship in Adelaide with Matthew Carter leading the charge with two gold medals. Ross Todd and Kate Rosman also teamed up to win gold in the mixed 3m Synchro
SASI will provide a strong hand in Australian teams competing at two para table tennis championships soon - the Japan Open and Bangkok Open
Paige Greco, Darren Hicks and Meg Lemon have been rewarded for excellent results recently, winning selection on to the Australian team for the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Emmen, the Netherlands, between September 12 and 15.