Monash University and Macquarie University win 3x3 title


The 2017 Australian University Championship for 3x3 Basketball, presented by JanSport, has come to a close, with Monash University defeating Griffith University Gold Coast in the...

Australia to send large contingent to Taipei for World University Games


Australia is set to send one of its largest contingents to the World University Games when they commence on 19th August in Taipei. Competing in 16 sports, all Uniroos teams have been...

University of New England's Amber Arazny most successful Australian ever at Winter Universiade


University of New England’s Amber Arazny will return to Australia as the most successful Australian Uniroo to compete at a Winter Universiade. Returning home with two top...

Monash in Motion Final Report


Monash in Motion proved to be a great success for the City of Monash and Monash University. Read the full report...

Surfs Up! at Monash in Motion


Thirty-three Water Wise participants took part in a pool session at Monash Aquatic Centre as part of the Monash in Motion event.  The students were abel to experience:  -running into...

Australian student athletes perform at Rio


  Student-athletes perform in...

Monash in Motion Launched


Monash University has been awarded the privilege to host Monash in Motion, one of only three destinations in the world to host an International University Sporting Festival alongside Luasanne and...

Uniroos New - Rio Edition


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Australia welcomes home new WUC Cycling Champion


Australia has welcomed home its newest world cycling champion as the World University Cycling Championship concludes in the Phillipines. Cyrus Monk has crossed the line first in the men's...

The University of Sydney claim back to back titles at the Australian University Games!


At the end of seven days of intense competition, The University of Sydney has emerged victorious, holding onto the coveted title of the 2015 Australian University Games Overall Champion University...

Water Polo win sends Uniroos home on winning note


With a nail-biting penalty shoot-out victory, Australia’s women’s water polo team has secured a fourth gold medal for the Uniroos on the final day of competition in Gwangju,...

Denny spins to surprise silver. Waterpolo girls power to semi-final win.


Rising discus star Matthew Denny has won a surprise silver medal at the World University Games in Gwangju, Korea.   The Griffith University business student was the youngest athlete in the...

Jenneke jags one of four bronze on day seven in Gwangju


The Australian Uniroos have a strong attraction to bronze, with four more added to the burgeoning collection on day seven of the World University Games in Gwangju, Korea.   Two in athletics...

Barratt and Bird-Smith take gold in Gwangju


Four medals including gold in athletics and swimming have highlighted day six of competition at the World University Games in Gwangju, Korea.   Book-ending the day, Dane-Bird Smith raced...

Bird is the word in the walk in Gwangju


Walker Dane Bird-Smith has captured the first athletics gold medal for the Uniroos at the World University Games in Gwangju, Korea, with a narrow victory in the 20km walk.   The 22-year-old...

James defends title in thrilling dead heat. Gold, silver and bronze in the pool


James defends title in thrilling dead heat Gold, silver and three bronze in the pool   GWANGJU: Gold to defending champion Justin James in the 200m individual medley, a...

Medal account opened with double bronze from shooting stars


Medal account opened with double bronze from shooting stars   Team flag bearer and defending champion Catherine Skinner has won Australia’s first medals at the World University Games in...

Shooting star Skinner to lead Uniroos in Gwangju


Trap shooter and defending World University Games champion Catherine Skinner will lead the Uniroos into the opening ceremony in Gwangju, Korea, on Friday after being announced as Australian team...

Australia sends largest team ever to Gwangju


Australia will send its largest team ever to Gwangju, South Korea, to compete at the 28th Summer Universiade. Spear headed by a formidable management team including Sydney Olympian Liz Brett as...

Australia holds regional university games


Australia holds regional university games During the week of the 6 – 10 July 2014, Australian universities competed at one of three regional games, the Northern University Games...