2022 UniSport Nationals

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Undoubtedly the most anticipated event on the university sporting calendar, UniSport Nationals, will make its return from September 24th to the 30th following a two-year hiatus due to Covid. 

What is deemed the ‘Olympics of Intervarsity Sport’, over 5,000 participants from across the country will compete in a week of sport for the chance to be crowned National Champions. 

Represented by one of the largest groups in the competition, Sydney University is looking to retain its 2019 title, sending 300 student-athletes to compete across 21 sports. 

Appointed captains Luke and Jayden Schofield (Cycling) and Inez Tanoi (Basketball) will guide the pride to victory in WA.

“We are immensely proud of our athletes for taking the time out of their work and studies to don the blue and gold for USYD. More than just a sporting event, previous representatives look back on their time at Nationals with the fondest memories as a highlight of their university experience – with lifelong friendships, learnings and even marriages forged from it. 

We all wish our athletes and staff members the very best of luck in their Nationals campaign, as they make us proud both on and off the courts, pools and fields of WA.”

– Ed Smith, CEO of  Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness 

Results posted daily on SUSF socials and via the tracker below.

Meet Alana Nicholls 👋 The first-year Bachelor of Arts & Advanced Studies student proudly behind the design of both our Indigenous Nationals and Nationals uniforms in 2022.

This marks the first time in Sydney University’s history competing at Nationals, that Indigenous artwork as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags will be featured on our uniforms.

On behalf of the entire Sydney University community, we acknowledge the Whadjuk Noongar People; the traditional owners of the land of which the 2022 UniSport Nationals will take place. We pay respects to their Elders past and present and recognise the important contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders make to the Perth community.

📖 Learn about the meaning behind Alana’s design on Page 32 of ROAR Magazine.