It has been an epic week at the Commonwealth Games for SASI diver Shixin Li who has done South Australia proud in the pool winning two silver and a bronze medal.
Fifty-five South Australian athletes will don the green and gold in Birmingham when competition commences at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Let the Games begin… the 2022 Commonwealth Games get underway on Friday 29 July and our South Australian Sports Institute athletes are ready to be BOLD IN GOLD!
SASI divers put in outstanding performances at the Australian Diving Championships, securing podium positions, selection for the 2022 FINA World Championships and a strong chance of making it on to the Australian Commonwealth Games team.
Competition is about to ramp up again for Australia's leading divers when they head to Tokyo in April for the FINA Diving World Cup. SASI-based athletes having a strong hand in the team.
Star SASI athlete Claire Arthur has a busy schedule ahead of her, representing Australia at the FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Cups in Azerbaijan and Italy in the coming months
SASI athlete Nikita Hains showed her diving prowess by taking out the women's 10m platform at the Oceania Diving Championship in New Zealand, earning Australia an Olympic quota in that event for Tokyo
A late call up for SASI athlete Matthew Carter to partner Maddison Keeney in the mixed 3m synchro at the FINA world diving championships in South Korea saw the pair win a stunning gold medal
It was a memorable week for SASI's diving program with coach Aurelie Gibson winning coach of the year at the recent Australian Elite Junior Diving Championships in Brisbane and its divers returning home with a bag full of medals
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