Academy forges ahead with an eye on a big 2021

The South West Sydney Academy of Sport is putting 2020 behind it and starting to focus on next year's programs.

It recently inducted triathlon, softball and golf squad athletes for 2021, and will open nominations during November for prospective athletes in netball, BMX, AFL Girls and the Wests Future Stars program.

Nominations in AFL boys development and basketball, new programs in swimming, volleyball and Indigenous talent identification will open early next year.
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Academy sports chaplain says goodbye after eight years

Providing a chaplaincy service to an organisation such as the South West Sydney Academy is about assisting in meeting an athlete's physical and spiritual needs, and helping them realize their own development potential.

Sports Chaplaincy Australia Chaplain Grant O'Donnell departs the South West Sydney Academy of Sport after eight years serving the community.

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Academy's Historic Step in Time

The South West Sydney Academy of Sport has firmly entrenched its spot into Campbelltown history, after recently making the move to the historic 'Coach House', in the heart of the city's Heritage Precinct, at the southern end of Queen Street.

After being located at the opposite end of town for sixteen years, in its affectionately known 'little fibro cottage of champions', the Academy had well and truly out-grown its humble premises.

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AFL Coaching Nominations Now Open

If you are looking to expand your AFL coaching knowledge to a higher level whilst inspiring the next generation of talented AFL superstars, then take the next step with the South West Sydney Academy of Sport.

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BMX Test Rides Macarthur's New World Class 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 returned last week, to test ride Macarthur's new World Class track in Elderslie.

The SWSAS BMX squad, like the majority of our regions sporting community, were forced into a two-month break from the track due to COVID-19 restrictions. However unlike other sporting organisation's, the Academy was able to continue to develop athletes knowledge and understanding of their sport across a number of online training opportunities.

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