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A mix of experience and youth have been selected to compete in the 2019 Canoe Sprint Olympic qualification program with SASI athletes strongly represented
The rising and established stars of Australian paddling were keen to show their best form at the 2019 Canoe Sprint National Championships in Perth with South Australian athletes to the forefront.
Athletes from around Australia, including a strong line up from SASI, are set to hit the water in Sydney when the Canoe Sprint Grand Prix is held
Athletes are ready for high-class competition when the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championship begins in Portugal, Montemor o Velho between August 23 and 26
Cat McArthur secured her first podium at senior level while fellow South Australians Matt Goble and Josephine Bulmer also performed in Duisburg.
Busy times await SASI athletes who have been selected to represent Australia at international canoe sprint competitions later this yea
Excellent results at the recent Oceania Championship/Grand Prix 2 in Penrith have given several of SASI's Canoe Sprint athletes a chance to push for national team selection
A chance to test themsleves against their peers and to impress national selectors awaits athletes preparing for the Canoe Sprint Oceania Championships and Grand Prix 2 at the Sydeny International Regatta Centre from February 8 to 11
The Santos Tour Down Under 2018 will be just the place to give budding cylists a chance to take part in SASI's Talent Search Pedal to Podium program
Nathan Luce has tendered his resignation from SASI to pursue an opportunity as an assistant coach with Canoe Racing New Zealand’s women’s program for the Tokyo Campaign.