The annual South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Awards were held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday night, honouring the best in South Australian sport and SASI’s 40th anniversary.
The South Australian Sport Institute’s (SASI’s) swimming superstars were unstoppable in Birmingham, serving up stellar performances and making significant contributions to Australia’s medal tally.
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!
It was an outstanding week at the 2022 FINA World Championships held in Budapest, with SASI swimmers contributing to two gold, five silver, one bronze and a world record between them.
SASI swimmers are amongst a host of Australian swimming stars set to headline the Dolphins team for the upcoming FINA World Championships and Commonwealth Games.
The skills and expertise of South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) staff have been recognised with the recent appointments of SASI staff to national roles.
In early 2020, SASI athlete Izzy Vincent had her eyes firmly set on qualifying for the Paris 2024 Paralympics, but thanks to the delay of the Tokyo Games she is now a two-time Paralympic medallist before her 16th birthday!
In their second Games following Rio 2016, SASI athletes Kyle Chalmers and Madison Wilson had a brilliant run in Tokyo, coming home with five medals between them of the 20 medals the Dolphins won in the pool.