World-class student athletes recognised for stellar 2016.
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A total of 27 Griffith students and alumni will compete at the Rio Olympics. Follow their progress over the next few weeks with this guide.
Griffith Sports College is celebrating the success of its members this week with 10 student athletes qualifying for the Rio Olympics.
Three Griffith students are on the road to Rio 2016 after the Westfield Matildas football team qualified for the world sporting event, ending a 12-year Olympic drought. Tameka Butt (Masters of Business/Masters of Marketing), Elise Kellond-Knight (Masters of Pharmacy) and Matilda’s co-captain Clare Polkinghorne (Masters of Criminology and Criminal Justice) were part of the team […]
The 2013 Gold Coast Rugby Sevens this weekend brings a heady mix of colour, flair, skill and excitement to the city. It also brings with it a timely reminder that there is work to be done if Australia is to take full advantage from the sport’s debut at the 2016 Olympic Games. “It is crucial […]