The Western Sydney Academy of Sport is excited to announce that Digital Realty has become the Official Naming Rights partner for the Academy’s highly successful netball development program.
After two years without a Triathlon Program the Academy is excited to announce that through the hard work of Triathlon NSW and some local coaches the Academy is reinstating the program for the 2018/19 season.
Plantar Fasciitis is a common overuse condition of the foot that accounts for up to 15% of foot and ankle conditions seen by health professionals. The Plantar Fascia is the strong fibrous tendon made from collagen that attaches from the bottom of your heel to the balls of your feet and is important in the mechanics of walking, running, jumping and landing.
The last couple of months have been busy for Academy athletes, with intense training schedules and competitions. From golf to AFL to our Lone Star group, there is no such thing as down time when you’re striving for the top!
Three athletes from the Western Sydney Academy of Sport were welcomed to Blacktown City Council on Wednesday 27 June to enjoy an afternoon tea with the Mayor Clr Stephen Bali and his fellow Councillors.
Cracking, popping and clicking in the knee for some people can be a common occurrence. When you experience these noises, it is often reported that there is no associated pain or a loss of function or movement to the knee.
Four athletes from the Academy’s Canoe-Slalom program competed in the NSW Combined High Schools Canoeing Championships on the Mann River, Grafton last week securing a multitude of top spots.
Jack Newton Junior Golf (JNJG), in partnership with the Regional Academies of Sport, were able to secure funding from the Office of Sport as a part of the Pathways Initiative Program to assist with the cost of delivering a joint pathways pilot project to be known as the North vs South Cup.
The Academy’s AFL Boys squad are reaching the conclusion of their program with the Western Sydney Academy of Sport. Through collaboration with AFL NSW/ACT, the Academy has been able to provide the young athletes with a range of technical and educational development sessions.
Heartland Motors Lone Star athlete Ashleigh Hill is continuing to kick goals as she reaches out towards the big goal of being one of the first Australians to compete in the Olympic Games’ new Karate discipline.