A message from Team SWSAS

  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...

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2020 Big Year for our local Sports Academy in more ways than one

  The Australian Hockeyroos have earned a spot at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Securing their 11th consecutive Olympic Games appearance, following a 2-0 series win over Russia late last year. And, past Academy athlete Emily Chalker (nee Smith) will be at the forefront of Hockeyroos selection in coming months, with the opportunit...

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National and State Titles for Nakeisha

  Competing in the U17's category at the Athletics NSW Junior Championship, Camden jumping athlete Nakeisha Brimble, has continued her fine form bagging 2 medals! Brimble was dominant in her marque event, the triple jump, claiming yet another NSW Gold. 5.41 metres in the long jump was a pleasing result securing the Bronze. Adding...

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New Year and New Face at Local Academy

  As the new year kicks off a lot of sports are also starting up for 2020 and that includes new programs for South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS). Academy CEO Gerry Knights said, the administration centre has been a hive of activity, with meetings undertaken with the state's leading sports CEO's and administrators, to d...

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Softball World Cup selection success

  The Macarthur region's junior softballer's have a long history of Australian selection success; and the national honour roll has grown again with Mia Gilmore and Blake Hunter joining the list, after being selected for their respective U18 World Cup squads. The U18 Women's Softball Squad will participate in the 2020 ...

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