• Academy Athletes Shining Brightly

    St Marys Rugby League Club played host to the Western Sydney Academy’s annual Awards Night on Saturday, 8th September. Athletes, family and VIP guests gathered for the event, which recognises the Academy’s athletes’ participation in the 2017/18 development programs.

  • Hills Athletes Congratulated By Council

    The Hills Shire Council hosted Academy Hills athletes, staff and partners last Thursday afternoon. The athletes came together at The Hills Shire Council chambers to have afternoon tea with the Mayor Clr Dr Michelle Byrne and her fellow Councillors.

  • Adolescents Only!

    Traction Apophysitis is a very common sporting injury experienced predominantly by athletes between the ages of 8 and 18. These injuries are extremely unique, and this is because this injury ONLY occurs in adolescents!

  • Canoeist Takes Advantage Of European Summer

    Callan Grady from the Canoe Slalom squad has been escaping the Australian winter and jet setting across Europe to take advantage of the warmer months for training and competition.

“Thank you so much for giving Mitchell the most incredible first season of ‘proper triathlon’. It has been an amazing season for him on so many levels. He has thoroughly enjoyed the coaching sessions. He has made some really lovely friends in the Academy squad (what an awesome group of children you selected!). His triathlon skills have improved immensely. He had one of the best weekends ever at the Academy Games. He has grown in confidence as an athlete.  He wears his Academy uniform with such pride. It has been a very successful season on so many levels. Thank you for giving him this opportunity and allowing him to make the most of it.” 

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