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13 September 2018
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27 January 2022
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16 November 2023

Cass makes a big splash at Griffith Sports Blues Awards

Elite athlete and Bachelor of Psychology student, Cassiel Rousseau, has capped off a stunning 12 months by being named the recipient of the Most Outstanding Sporting Achievement at the University's annual Blues Awards for Sporting Excellence

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7 June 2023
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11 November 2022

Sports night of nights for Griffith elite at Blues Awards

The water sports dominated the Griffith University Sports Blues Awards with swimming champion Zac Stubblety-Cook and world champion paddler Jess Fox jointly taking out the Most Outstanding Sporting Achievement of 2022 award.

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9 August 2022
Griffith Business student Madison de Rozario

A Commonwealth Games medals bonanza for Griffith

Griffith University would have placed fifth just behind India and in front of New Zealand if it competed as country after its athletes won 48 medals in total at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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22 July 2022

Record Games representation for Birmingham

Griffith is sending a 'mini army' of athletes to the 2022 Commonwealth Para-sport Games with more than 50 current students and alumni making up team red in Birmingham.

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27 May 2022

Griffith swimmers flood the World champs and Commonwealth Games squads

Incredible performances at the 2022 Australian Swimming Championships have secured places for 18 Griffith student athletes and Griffith swim team members on the Commonwealth Games team.

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12 November 2021

Sporting excellence recognised at 2021 Blues Awards

Emma McKeon was named Overall Athlete of the Year at Griffith University’s Blues Awards for Sporting Excellence while Zac Stubblety-Cook was awarded Academic Athlete of the Year.

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11 August 2021

Celebrating our athletes and successful Olympic campaign

Griffith applauds the incredible efforts of our newest Olympians and congratulates the 45 student and alumni athletes and staff members who proudly wore the green and gold in Tokyo.

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