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.
While COVID-19 has forced the cancellation and/or postponement of most cycling events across Australia since March, that won’t stop a national race from going ahead this October long weekend.
The coronavirus pandemic has halted sporting competitions around the world. But elite young cyclists from around Australia have found a way around that by competing in a National Road Series (NRS) on an online cycling platform.
SASI athlete Paige Greco again raised the bar at the UCI Para-cycling Track World titles in Milton, Canada, defending her individual pursuit world title in a barnstorming finish.
A whirlwind few days on the Uni SA women's team at the Tour Down Under proved a top experience for SASI graduate Sophie Edwards. Now it's a short rest before tackling the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and Race Torquay.
The accolades keep coming Maeve Plouffe's way as she celebrates her debut selection on the Australian team for the 2020 UCI Track World Championships in Berlin, Germany, between Ferbruary 26 and March 1
Years of hard work and excellence in performance have seen SASI Head Coach Cycling Brett Aitken recognised at Cycling Australia's annual awards ceremony in Brisbane - elevated into CA's Hall of Fame
A chance to test himself in a new cycling environment has seen promising SASI graduate Jarrad Drizners win a place in the Hagens Berman Axeon team - an UCI Pro Continental Cycling team based in the United States
Many of South Australia's leading athletes were recognised last Friday night at the South Australian Sports Star of the Year awards, SASI athlete Darren Hicks among the overall winners
SASI again showed its depth and class with outstanding results at the Para-cycling Track National Championships at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane