The NSW Regional Academies of Sport Incorporated (RASi) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Volleyball NSW (VNSW).
On Thursday 8 April, Fairfield City Mayor Frank Carbone met with nine talented young local athletes from the Western Sydney Academy of Sport.
Some of the state’s finest young athletes will be heading to the Hunter Region this weekend for the 2021 Your Local Club Academy Games.
Five of our talented Lone Star BMX athletes competed at Round three of the BMX State Series on the 27-28 March in Castle Hill.
Did you know? The Regional Academies of Sport across NSW provide a pathway to assist talented young athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers achieve their personal and sporting potential through providing holistic development programs within their home regions.
We are excited that two of our cyclists, Daniel Samuel and Georgia Bonora were selected to represent NSW at the National Track Cycling Championships held in Brisbane last week.
Olivia is a successful athlete across many sports disciplines. She is currently competing for the Penrith District Netball Association, Indoor Netball NSW 14s team and The Nepean Rowing Club. Olivia is also a member of the Glenbrook Little Athletics Club, competing at state level and the Blue Mountains Grammar School Netball squad. Olivia was recently named the Penrith Valley Sports Foundation Sportsperson of the Month!
On Sunday 7th March five of our talented Lone Star athletes competed at round 2 of the BMX State Series which took place at Canberra BMX Club.
Hawkesbury athlete Blake Pasfield is currently in his first year of the Academy Lone Star program and has a long list of athletics achievements!
The NSW Regional Academies of Sport (RAS) welcomed the recent news that the IOC will start a targeted dialogue with the Brisbane 2032 Committee and the AOC in relation to Australia hosting the Olympic Games for the third time.