After several months of research and strategic planning, the South West Sydney Academy of Sport launched a new athlete support services program throughout February 2021.
"Due to the events of Covid-19, the academy board has taken a conscious step heading into 2021, to provide an increased focus on supporting the mental health a...
Image: SWSAS BMX Manager Anne-Marie Moubarak shows athletes video feedback of their gate starts during the recent BMX squad session at the new Macarthur Track.
After what seemed like an eternity away from the dirt tracks of the BMX world, the South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) BMX squad athletes recently returned, to test ride Macart...
A family that is active together 'The Murphy's' of Spring Farm have fully embraced the inclusive nature of the SWSAS Moves program.
The absence of structure and organized events within the sporting world has been a significant challenge for participants and administrators across the board.
Covid-19 has ...
SOUTHWEST VOUCE: Eric Kontos on Wednesday, 8 April, 2020 in Featured
The South West Sydney Academy of Sport is not letting the grass grow under its feet during the coronavirus hiatus.
While it is unable to provide athletes technical and educational service content face to face, it is turning to cyber space to ensure t...
As our community and country deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, the South West Sydney Academy of Sport has also been responding to the situation and reviewing its operations accordingly.
We are committed to implementing the appropriate responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, to ultimately protect the most vulnerable members of our c...