UNSW Indigenous Pre-program student and soccer player, Shadeene 'Shay' Evans, has the world at her feet. But it is in her hometown of Borroloola where she still finds her inspiration.
As part of UNSW’s Diversity Fest, a panel of elite Australian athletes took to the stage to discuss diversity and inclusion in the sporting landscape.
Paralympian and Wimbledon champion Dylan Alcott, Rugby 7s Olympic gold medallist Ellia Green, former Australian Netball Diamond and Collingwood AFLW player Sharni Layton to lead flagship event.
UNSW’s Dr Nicholas Apoifis is one of the co-founders of Coaching Unlimited, a program that aims to address a lack of sports coaching opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
After a successful term leading the Wests Tigers, Marina Go is embracing new challenges with Australia’s premier women’s league.
Social media offers elite athletes a shortcut to celebrity, but the price of a public persona can be too high for rising stars still finding their feet.
Being part of a sporting club is not just about the time spent on the field each week. A sense of belonging is just as important for members.
In 1988, UNSW became the first Australian university to offer sports scholarships. Thirty years on, the scholarships are shaping the lives of a new generation of student athletes.
An incredible fourth innings century from Usman Khawaja set up an unlikely draw with Pakistan in the First Test in this international cricket series.
World Cup-winning Wallaby legends Simon Poidevin and Nick Farr-Jones have added their names to a new Cup celebrating the great rivalry between UNSW affiliated club Randwick and Sydney University.