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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
SASI will provide a strong hand in Australian teams competing at two para table tennis championships soon - the Japan Open and Bangkok Open
Hard work and determination have seen SASI athlete David Barnes and his South Australian counterparts Andrew Kuchel and Pat Coghlan rewarded with selection in the Australian team for the 2019 World Archery Championships in Den Dosch, The Netherlands, between June 10 and 16
Champion Para and SASI athlete Sam von Einem's diversity on the sporting arena was on show again with a bronze medal in table tennis at the recent Slovenia Para Open and a major award at the Tennis SA awards night
Paige Greco, with strong support from her SASI teammates, helped Australia produce excellent results at the recent UCI Para-cycling Road World Cups in Italy and Belgium.
There will be little rest for SASI's outstanding athletes when they head to Italy and Belgium in the coming weeks for the opening rounds of the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships.
Stifling heat proved no barrier to champion Para athlete Sam Von Einem who won gold medals at the recent tennis Australian Open and backed that up with more gold at the Australian Para Table Tennis Championship at Murray Bridge
A star-studded line up of many of the world's top athletes will compete at the 2019 Gymnastics World Cup in Melbourne in February, SASI scholar Chris Remkes the only South Australian chosen to compete
A stunning 2018 has seen Paralympian Michael Roeger claim his fourth world record this year, last week adding the 10,000 Zatopek to his resume in his categoy as a T46 (arm amputee) athlete