The Academy is excited to Celebrate the 10th Anniversary ‘A Night With The Stars” fundraiser dinner! The event is to take place at 7pm on 22 March 2019 at the Lyceum Room, Castle Hill RSL Club.
A fantastic effort by three of our Academy graduates who have been announced as part of the 2019 17U and 19U NSW Netball teams!
On 1st- 2nd December the Academies talented Triathlon athletes attended the Triathlon NSW Super Sprint weekend in Orange and returned with outstanding achievements. The event delivered by the Orange Triathlon and Cycle Club and supported by Triathlon NSW offers invaluable training opportunities for all involved.
The NSW Institute of Sport, Western Sydney Academy of Sport and Rowing NSW are looking to unearth Western Sydney’s next female Olympians to train alongside Australia’s best female rowers. Are you a female athlete aged 16-19, keen for a new challenge, considered to be above average height and residing in Western Sydney? Register below to attend…
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport is excited to introduce Holiday Inn Sydney St Marys as our Official Accommodation Partner. Holiday Inn Sydney St Marys is one of Western Sydney’s newest hotels offering 119 modern spacious rooms and a range of exciting features.
Stretching is an extremely important practice to add into your daily routine for everyone. I often hear people say that “only people with injuries should stretch” or that “it’s only for people who are out of shape”. Well, it’s time to learn some truths about stretching and how easy it is to incorporate stretching into your daily routine.
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.
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.
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!
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.