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.
Griffith University students and alumni competing at the Rio Paralympics are heading home this week with three medals after a successful campaign that saw Australia placed fifth in the overall medal tally.
Seven Griffith University students and alumni are aiming to build on the success of student athletes at the Rio Olympics last month as they square up against the best in the world at the Paralympics. The athletes, who are competing in the triathlon, swimming, athletics, cycling, wheelchair basketball and the little known sport of goalball, are […]
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 […]
University qualifications are at the forefront of Australia’s Olympic athletes’ minds this year, with student athletes making up more than half of the Australian Olympic Team. Of the 421 athletes competing at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, 242 of those are studying at one of 38 Australian and overseas universities, with Griffith University having the […]