By his own admission, Jack Rossiter is now older and wiser – even at just 22 years of age.
FOUR South Australian-based shooting athletes, including two 18-year-old debutants, have had their Olympic Games’ dreams realised by being selected in the Australian team to compete at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021.
Less than 12 months ago the sporting worlds of gymnasts Chris Remkes and Clay Stephens came crashing down with serious knee injuries in separate competitions, just hours apart in different countries. Now the duo is back in the game, selected to compete for Australia in the Gymnastics World Cup in Melbourne between 20 and 23 February.
Outstanding results over the summer have seen star SASI softballer Belinda White win selection in the Aussie Spirit team to play in the professional Fastpitch league in the US, keeping alive her dream to make this year's Tokyo Olympic Games.
Australia will send a strong team to the UCI Para-cycling Track World Cycling Championship in Canada early next year with three SASI athletes on the team
The nervous wait is over for Australia's national softball team which inlcuded SASI's Belinda White, as it won the Asia/Oceania qualifier last Saturday to grab a berth at the 2020 Tokyo Games
Star SA athletes Belinda White and Maddie Cameron are hoping to win final selection on the Australian softball team which will head to China in September for an Olympic qualifier. The duo is in a 20-person squad where a team of 15 will be chosen to tour
SASI Individual Athlete Program scholarship applications for 2020 will open on 4 September.
Star SASI athlete Anthony Dean's quest to build a strong platform to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games continues later this week (August 24 and 25) when he competes at the 2019 BAD BOY National Series at Cove BMX Club
Australia produced some excellent results at the UCI BMX World Championship in Zolder, Belgium, but luck wasn't riding for SASI and Australia elite pair Anthony Dean and Matt Tidswell in key moments