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Brian Lim Impresses on National Stage

The Keeping the Flame Alive National Tournament recently held in Sydney was a competition Brian Lim from the Sydney University Archery Club will not be forgetting anytime soon. Despite the…
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Sydney Uni Swim Sweep The Podium

While many of us thought of ways to max out the last days of summer, our senior squad from the Sydney University Swimming Club headed to Olympic Park to compete…
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2020 Blue & Gold Winners

Last year saw many events cancelled due to the global pandemic. Same could be said for several events traditionally held by Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (SUSF). Most notably, the…
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Disconnect To Reconnect: The Power Of A Social Media Detox

Picture this: It’s 7am, and the obnoxious sound of your alarm has just woken you. Weary eyed, you check your Facebook messages. Instagram has kindly notified you that your cousin’s…
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Students Share Swim Stories

Building sandcastles by the sea; chasing the waves as they crash on the beach and run up the sand; being chased down by mum as she tries to slip, slop…
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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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Sport Meets Science

The University of Sydney is home to some of the world’s best researchers and most promising students. Their influence is felt not only in the classroom and across campus, but…
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Road To Recovery

By Michael Di Lonardo Persistence and determination have been the two driving factors behind Madii Himbury’s comeback campaign, with a competitive spirit that is itching to get back in the…
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Angus Bell enjoying a front-row seat

Rugby props don’t make Test debuts as 20-year-olds. They usually spend years learning the dark arts of the front-row before taking a pair of cauliflower ears into a Test match.…
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Elite Athletes On A Winner

The common theme from a batch of Elite Athlete Program (EAP) students attending a recent graduation lunch was: “I couldn’t have done it without the program.” Steeplechaser Cheryl Chan (Doctor…
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