As the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup draws a stadium-level spotlight on women’s sport, academics and sport management leaders will converge at Griffith University to acknowledge past progress and envision future change on and off the field. The symposium marks a celebration of the growing global momentum to propel women in all sports-related settings, whilst […]
Soccer star Clare Polkinghorne has won a scholarship to help her juggle elite sporting commitments with criminology studies at Griffith.
Title up for grabs ahead of final round of Tournament of Nations
World-class student athletes recognised for stellar 2016.
It’s billed as a test of physical endurance in the heart of the city, and this year the Griffith Sport Toohey Trail Run is aiming to put more than 1000 competitors to task over three challenging courses. The trail run, now in its second year, will also go down as the next big race for […]
Griffith University went into the 2016 Rio Olympics with the biggest contingent of students and alumni of any Australian university to compete against the best in the world. As the flame was extinguished on the 2016 Rio Olympics, Griffith Sports College heralded a strong sporting performance by all 24 athletes beyond the 11 medals awarded […]
The number of medals attributed to Griffith University students and alumni at the Rio Olympics has climbed to 11 near the end of the second week of competition, with hopes that more will come. Medal prospects remain for Bachelor of Sport Development student Domonic Bedggood in the 10m platform on Saturday (August 20) from 5am. Nikita Pablo […]