SASI athlete Jess Stenson (nee Trengove) ran her first marathon in three years in Perth last month, crossing the finish line first and clocking the fastest time ever run by an Australian on home soil.
Laurence (Laurie) Fletcher was always destined to succeed at the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI), from beginning his journey as an athlete to now leading the way for others.
Injured, exhausted and clearly in pain, it was an emotional end to Paralympian Michael Roeger’s Tokyo campaign when he crossed the finish line in sixth place in the T46 Marathon.
SASI athlete Sam von Einem has claimed the Men’s Singles Class 11 Table Tennis silver medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
After spending 20+ years on the bike, SASI BMX racer Anthony Dean has crossed the finish line for the final time.
The 2020 Olympics was one for the history books, with athletes overcoming many challenges on the road to Tokyo including a postponed Games date, training in lockdown, quarantine periods and not being able to compete against their international rivals in the 12+ months prior.
Ever since Jack Thompson was two-years-old, he has lived and breathed golf.
Australian Rifle athlete, Tori Rossiter, has seen more of the world over the past five years than many people experience in a lifetime. Now the world is taking notice of Rossiter.
South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) BMX cyclist Anthony Dean has kicked off the year with a big win!
When it comes to Australian Paralympic target rifle athlete, Libby Kosmala, her legend status is not only accurate, but also highly deserved when you consider her outstanding record, her sporting longevity, her contribution to target Shooting and to the Paralympic movement, plus her role in the advancement of people with a disability.