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
Demonstrated success is driving the global expansion of Griffith's successful GAPS programme.
Focusing on the sustainability of ParaSport within the Pacific region and developing the skills of para-athletes will be a key focus of the Oceania Olympic and Paralympic Network being hosted at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus from 17-19 September. The three-day strategic workshop will see key stakeholders come together including the Vice President and Board […]
All three Griffith athletes competing in the Winter Olympics in Beijing have completed or are currently studying the same degree, a Bachelor of Communication.
Australia’s golden girl in the pool and recent Griffith graduate Emma McKeon says she’s now enjoying a bit of a break following her incredible seven medal haul in Tokyo.
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.
Ahead of the Games, Bachelor of Psychological Science student athlete Cassiel Rousseau met with Griffith Sports College to discuss his return to study after competing in Tokyo.