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.
Griffith University is solidifying itself as a 2032 legacy leader following exceptional representation and involvement at the Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) conference last month. The annual event invited key stakeholders from the Pacific Islands, New Zealand, and Australia to explore key issues, best practice, and the latest innovations across high performance, coaching, sport science, […]
As captain of Australia’s National Wheelchair Basketball team at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, Georgia Munro-Cook saw first-hand how inequalities can aggregate, manifesting in unfair outcomes that cut across gender and ability. She is now putting that understanding into practice by being appointed a Research Fellow at Griffith University’s Inclusive Futures: Reimagining Disabilities Beacon. “I’m passionate […]
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 […]
Following a winning Paralympic campaign, with two Gold medals in the Canoe-sprint, defence veteran and Griffith Aviation student Curtis McGrath says it feels pretty good to be home.
Griffith University’s Paralympic athletes have brought home 10 medals, including six Gold, after a golden final weekend in Tokyo.