Two stellar up-and-coming Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sport stars at Griffith have been named the first ever recipients of Ron Clarke Griffith Futures Scholarship.
Griffith University has inducted its first group of graduates into its Sporting Hall of Fame, recognising the achievements of some of Australia's elite sporting names from the past 30 years.
Griffith University has paid tribute to international track sprinter Stephanie Morton OAM after she announced her immediate retirement from the sport.
Elite athletes will learn from the best about maximising their opportunities in future employment at Griffith Sports College's Graduate Ready Program Live Webinar on Tuesday 15 September.
Griffith University's highly-regarded Sports College continues to shape elite athletes of the future by lending its expertise to a leading Grammar School.
Griffith Occupational Therapy student and arguably Australia’s fastest racewalker at the moment, Katie Hayward, is counting down to the start of the 20km walk at the World University Games in Italy. The 18 year old readily admits her preparation has been better than expected and with the Tokyo Olympics just around the corner she has […]
Olympians, Australian captains and media personalities have inspired the next generation of women in sport at a Griffith University event.