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Leo living the dream

Sydney University Velo Club rider Leo Yip is living the dream – completing a Bachelor of Science (Health and Nutrition) degree and, off campus, competing at the highest level in…
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Athlete Meets: Hannah Buckling

Hannah Buckling has had an incredible water polo career with Sydney University in both the national women’s league and the Australian team (the Stingers) at Olympic Games and World Championships.…
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Mikaila makes her mark

Mixing sport and study, both at a high level, makes for a busy life, but netballer Mikaila Knezevic wouldn’t have it any other way. Mikaila is now in her fourth…
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Waratah in the waiting

Sydney University welcomed back halfback Henry Robertson for their Round 3 Shute Shield clash with Eastwood at Glen Willow Stadium, Mudgee on Saturday. And what a welcome return it was.…
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Tokyo Bound

Triathlete Sam Douglas still wears his Elite Athlete Program kit when training as a reminder of his days at the University of Sydney. The Janelli High School product came to…
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Nicola reaches new heights

Shooting for the stars is part of Nicola McDermott’s DNA. She certainly reached new heights at the Australian Track and Field Championships in Sydney on Sunday, breaking the Australian women’s…
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Rohan Browning books Tokyo berth

Sydney University Athletics Club member Rohan Browning booked a berth to the Tokyo Olympic Games with a blistering 100m sprint at the Queensland Track Classic on Saturday evening. The 23-year-old…
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Malone joins the 200 Club

Devlin Malone passed the 200 wicket milestone for Sydney University Cricket Club, a remarkable effort in just his fourth season on campus. The 21-year-old leg-spinner now has 215 scalps going…
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SUBC rowers in Australian squad

Sydney University Boat Club (SUBC) has 15 rowers in the 2021 Australian rowing team squads after last weekend’s trials. The Australian women’s squads include SUBC’s Amanda Bateman and Tara Rigney…
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Students push for back-to-back titles

Winning back-to-back Sydney Premier Division Australian Football titles is a tough call in any era. But for Sydney University Australian National Football Club (SUANFC), the added pressure of claiming back-to-back…
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