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.
Academy Director Julie Fitzgerald has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours list.
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport is pleased to announce that Sydney West Sports Medicine, the regions leading sports medicine provider, will extend its partnership with the Academy as our official Health Partner for a further 12 months.
It is with great pleasure that the Academy has awarded two of our dedicated volunteers with Life Membership of the Academy.
We are excited to announce that two time Olympic Cyclist Michelle Ferris is joining the Academy as an Assistant Mentor Coach to our Cycling squad!
The Hills Shire Council made a special presentation to Western Sydney Academy of Sport AFL athlete Emma Vitanza, following her receipt of the Academy’s AFL Senior Girls’ Athlete of the Year award.
Talented Lone Star BMX athletes Baylee Page, Luke Goodwin, Nicola Fleming and Danielle Fleming competed at Round 5 of the BMX NSW State Series on Sunday 18 October.