From Thursday 3rd December to Sunday 6th December Academy Lone Star athlete Blake Pasfield competed at the 2020 NSW All Schools Championships in Homebush.
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport is excited to announce that the Panthers Group has come on board as a Program partner for our 2020/21 Lone Star Program.
The New South Wales Metropolitan Track Cycling Championships took place on Sunday 6th December at Lidcombe Oval Velodrome with two talented WSAS athletes, Isaac Silva and Jamie O’callaghan competing on the day.
The Academy’s 2020/21 Triathlon squad battled the heat last weekend at the Orange Tri Club Billigence Super Sprint & Mixed Team Relay State Championship!
On Sunday 22nd November, seven talented Academy Rowers travelled to Newcastle to compete in the 2020 CDRA Sprint Championships coming home with exceptional results.
Throughout 2020 the Western Sydney Academy of Sport, in collaboration with our business partner Elite Travel, has been taking nominations for the Community Citizen of the Year award. The award recognises the contribution, or special act of volunteers, athletes, and other individuals within the Academy family.
At the end of each year, the Penrith Valley Sports Foundation holds an Awards night to recognise some of the most talented local athletes.
Academy triathlete Hannah Roots has been named the Penrith Valley Sports Foundation Junior Athlete of the Month!
On Saturday 14 November, five talented Academy rowers represented their schools at the Rowing NSW Independent Schools Championships that took place at Sydney International Regatta Centre.
Penrith City Mayor Cr. Karen McKeown OAM has recognised Western Sydney Academy of Sport 2020 Cyclist of the Year Daniel Samuel for his exceptional achievements.