Academy athletes who achieve specific standards of excellence and performance in their chosen sport are eligible for the Woolworths Athlete Scholarships.
As a resident of The Hills Shire, Rachel Lack was a member of the Western Sydney Academy of Sport from 2007 until 2010. Rachel will make her Olympic debut in Tokyo as a member of the Aussie Spirit Softball Team.
Taylah Tsitsikronis is a talented local Penrith softball athlete who was selected in the Academy Softball program from 2007 until 2011. Taylah will make her Olympic debut with the Australian Spirit in Tokyo!
Alumni Jess Fox is set to become a three-time Olympian when she competes at the Tokyo Olympics!
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport is excited to announce a new development program for talented young western Sydney Rugby Union players! The innovative program will provide young athletes with opportunities to receive technical, educational, and personal development.
Alumni para-cyclist Gordon Allan will debut at the Tokyo Paralympics!
Blue Mountains local Amanda Spratt was selected in the Western Sydney Academy of Sport’s first ever cycling program and excelled from the get-go. Now she’s headed to the Olympic Games for the third time!
Academy Lone Star athlete Luke Goodwin was recently named the Penrith Valley Sports Foundation Senior Sports Star of the Month.
Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne, congratulated 19 young sporting stars from the Western Sydney Academy of Sport (WSAS) during a ceremony on Wednesday, June 2.
The Academy’s very first BMX Development program technical session is being held this Saturday at Sydney BMX Club, Homebush.