Australia’s top netball stars will take on England when Adelaide hosts the first Australian match of the inaugural international Netball Quad Series tonight.
South Australians will be able to celebrate our state’s success at the Rio Olympics at a public reception at midday, this coming Thursday 1 September in Victoria Square.
In the wake of the Rio Olympics, Australia’s biggest equestrian competition – the Australian International Three Day Event – has added three new drawcards.
SASI are now accepting applications for the 2017 Individual Athlete Program (IAP)
The new international competition standard BMX track to be built in Adelaide’s south will be named after Sam Willoughby, in honour of the South Australian Olympic medallist and world champion.
Recreation and Sport Minister Leon Bignell has congratulated all South Australian athletes who competed at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games during the past two weeks.
Recreation and Sport Minister Leon Bignell has congratulated Kyle Chalmers for winning gold in the men’s Olympic 100m freestyle in Rio.
Congratulations and good luck to the 50 South Australian athletes who have been selected for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Olympic and Paralympic selections almost finalised for South Australian athletes
It’s hammer time with Croquet SA
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