IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MESSAGE AND MONEY ON DAY 3 OF THE FISU-NUSF SEMINAR


Day three of the FISU-NUSF Seminar was all about messaging and money with the focus of presentations and workshops on marketing and sponsorship.   Kicking off the penultimate day of the...

LEADING TEAMS AND EVENT MANAGEMENT SET THE TONE FOR DAY 2 OF THE FISU-NUSF SEMINAR


12 December 2017 The excitement and energy of the first day of the FISU-NUSF Seminar returned on day two as delegates participated in sessions on leading teams and putting together an event...

Dancing and crocodiles headline opening of the FISU-NUSF Seminar


The inaugural FISU-NUSF Seminar kicked off last night, Sunday 10th December, with a spectacular cultural welcome from indigenous performers before the event was officially opened by FISU first...

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...

FISU launch Volunteer Programme for 2018


FISU is opening for the second time its International FISU Volunteer Programme. The 2018 FISU World University Championships are open to students from all around the world who want to gain experience...

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...

Fifty-Nine athletes to represent New Zealand at World University Games


The official New Zealand Team to the 2017 World University Games has now been announced.  Fifty-nine athletes from 11 sports will be representing New Zealand at the World University Games in...

NUS students represent Samoa in Rugby 7s


Two former National University of Samoa students are now playing on the world stage for the Manu Samoa 7s team.   Silao Nonu has represented Manu Samoa 7s in 2016 and also in 2017. He...

Successful EUSA Conference and Gala 2017


EUSA Conference 2017 entitled Fostering Inclusion and Well-Being through Sport, organised by the European University Sports Association (EUSA), in cooperation with the Portuguese Academic Federation...

New Zealand universities ready to qualify for FISU 3x3 World University League


With all eight New Zealand universities having entered the competition, this Sunday's (9th April) FISU Oceania 3x3 World University League qualifying competition is set to be a fierce...

First-Aid Training for Samoa University Sports Students


Students of the University of the South Pacific Alafua Campus participated and received Certification in Basic First-Aid Training to ensure that they are well equipped to deal with emergencies,...

PNG student athlete secures role of a lifetime at Commonwealth Games


With one year to go until the Commonwealth Games are held on Queensland’s Gold Coast, there is a solid workforce behind the scenes. One person making great contributions is our very own Papua...

FISU Newsletter No. 182


Click here to view an online version of this email     FISU Newsletter n° 182 March 30th,...

EUSA Newsletter 04-2017


  EUSA Newsletter 04-2017, ISSN 1855-4571 Three months until start of EUSA...

HPS PNG to celebrate International Day of Sport for Development & Peace


Celebrating the power of sport to drive social change will be at the fore of this year’s International Day of Sport for Development and Peace in Papua New Guinea on 6...

FISU Gender Equality-Sport Award Nominations Now Open


Nominations are now open for the 5th FISU Gender Equality-Sport Award. The FISU Gender Equality-Sport Award is given to an existing project developed by a federation, an organisation, an...

New Caledonia University Sport 2017 kicks off


New Caledonia kicked off its 2017 University Sport year last week. Sport information To follow the results and see photos from the Games please visit their facebook...

Virginia Orange is the sole competitor for New Zealand and she loves Almaty


  ALMATY — Thinking of sport in New Zealand, it’s cricket, rugby and football that come to mind.   But New Zealand’s Virgina Orange says there is far more than...

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...

Letter from FISU President, Oleg Matytsin


A letter to all NUSF and CUSF's from Oleg Matytsin for the International Students’ Day. Read...

International Day of University Sport celebrated worldwide


On 20 September 2016, the International Day of University Sport was celebrated around the world including in FISU Oceania in Australia, Samoa and Papua New Guinea. Highlights of the IDUS can be...

FISU Executive Committee agree on new structure for New Zealand


At its meeting on October 18, 2016, the FISU Executive Committee agreed on the new structure for the Member Association of New Zealand. Moving on from its predecessor of University Sport New...

Student commission to promote elite student-athletes in New Zealand


The development of a New Zealand university student-athlete commission will bolster the quality of elite student sport, its chairwoman says. University of Otago economics student and University...

It's a wrap! FISU TV wrap of the World University Sailing Championship


Enjoy highlights from the 2016 World University Sailing Championship with FISU TV. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02iruzfEZ-c#t=117.517155 Not only does the wrap up demonstrate what a great...

EUSA Executive Committee meeting in Belgrade


European University Sports Association (EUSA) held its second Executive Committee meeting of the year in the Serbian capital on November 11 and 12, 2016. The event was hosted by the University Sport...

EUSA Newsletter 11-2016


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UTSNZ Student Athlete Commission established


One of the key objectives of the new university and tertiary sport entity UTSNZ, is to revive competitive inter tertiary sporting competitions, lift the standard of these competitions and develop...

New Caledonia University Games finale


Congratulations to all students who competed in the finals of the New Caledonia University Games.  Check out the photos on...

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...

INVITATION: Beach Games


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REMINDER: FISU Young Reporter's Program applications closing soon


LAUSANNE - After the inaugural edition of the FISU Young Reporters’ Programme in 2011 at the 26thSummer Universiade in Shenzhen, China and the successful editions during the Universiades...

Fiji National University win the 2016 Fiji Inter-Tertiary Games


Congratulations to Fiji National University who are the overall winners of the 2016 Fiji Inter-Tertiary Games. Taking out 13 of the trophies on offer, FNU were victors over the University of South...

Uni Sport Ignited in PNG


UNI SPORT IGNITED IN PNG BY PETER SEVARA JR. Media and Journalism Officer High Performance Sport PNG   CORNELIUS PAPAU WATCHED ON WITH A HAPPY GLINT IN HIS EYE AS EXCITED UNIVERSITY...

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...

Samoa Uni-Games a Success


When it comes to University Games, there is a special bond formed when teams communicate with each other to carry the ball or compete in a particular sport. At Samoa’s Uni-Games...

FISU Newsletter No. 173


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EUSA Newsletter September 2016


EUSA Newsletter 09-2016, ISSN 1855-4571 Upcoming September will fully focus on...

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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Samoa prepare for unigames


Samoa’s University student leaders are well underway in their preparation for their annual Uni-Games which will take place on September 9th and 10th at the National University of Samoa...

2016 European University Games


The 3rd edition of the European Universities Games, which took place from July 12 to July 25, was the greatest and biggest so far. More than 5000 participants representing over 400 universities from...

Cook Island athlete secures spot in Olympic Team


Cook Island swimmer, Wesley Roberts, has just been selected in the swimming team for the Rio Olympics. A University of Wollongong Medical Radiation Physics student recently received the good news...

Tony Siamomua attends Eastern University Games


Samoa's regional development officer, Tony Siamomua is attending the Eastern University Games, to hone his skills in event management and provide support to the event in his role as Sport Liaison...

University Sports Athletes participate in Samoa’s 54th Independence Celebration


On June 1st, 2016, University Sports Athletes from the University of the South Pacific - Alafua Campus and the National University of Samoa joined the people of Samoa, dignitaries and ambassadors...

FISU Newsletter No. 168


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FISU Oceania General Assembly Held on Gold Coast


The 2016 FISU Oceania General Assembly was held on the Gold Coast on the 17th May at the eclectic QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise. With ten of the eleven member federations in attendance, the General...

The University of Sydney qualify as FISU Oceania reps for 3x3 World University League


The University of Sydney men's and women's squads dominated the recent FISU Oceania 3x3 qualifying tournament as part of the Unibattle event held on the Gold Coast from 11-13 May. The...

USP Students Prepare for Uni Games & Fundraise for Cyclone Winston Victims


University of the South Pacific Alafua Campus Students Prep for Uni-Games & Fundraise for Cyclone Winston victims in Fiji – April 8th & 9th, 2016   The USP Alafua Student...

EUSA Newsletter 05/2016


  EUSA Newsletter 05-2016, ISSN 1855-4571 2016 EUSA General Assembly brings new...

Welcome Lois Garena - PNG Regional Development Officer


FISU Oceania would like to welcome Lois Garena to the role of Papua New Guinea (PNG) Regional Development Officer. Ms Garena is well versed in university sport, having played, coached and...

FISU Newsletter No. 166


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EUSA Newsletter 04-2016


EUSA Newsletter 04-2016, ISSN 1855-4571 New opportunities to take part in the EUG2016 Although we just entered to the spring season in Europe, the...

FISU Newsletter No. 165


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FISU OCEANIA 3x3 WORLD UNIVERSITY LEAGUE QUALIFYING COMPETITION


Teams from Oceania will have the opportunity to qualify for a place at the 3x3 World University League with the announcement that Unibattle will serve as the qualiftying tournament in May 2016. To...

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...

New Zealand's 3x3 Basketball Champions to represent Oceania


A fantastic start to the 2016 inter tertiary sporting calendar with teams from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and the University of Auckland coming away with victories at with the National...

Sarah Anderson appointed Executive Director of UTSNZ


Sarah Anderson has recently been appointed as the Executive Director of University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand (UTSNZ). Having spent over 10 years with Sport NZ and in various roles including...

Samoa first to implement regional develoment program


Samoa has become the first NUSF member of FISU Oceania to implement the regional development program. The regional development program allows member NUSFs to benefit from a staff member allocated...

University and Tertiary Sports New Zealand resurrected


Competitive inter-university sport first took place in New Zealand in 1902. The New Zealand University Sports’ Union was created in 1957 and is now known as University and Tertiary Sport New...

FISU attends World University Championship Sailing site visit


Australian University Sport (AUS) welcomed representatives from the International University Sports Federation (FISU) to Perth, Western Australia earlier this month to conduct the official...

Elite Student Athletes invited to join the EY Women Athletes Business Network


Oceania's elite student female athletes have been invited to join the Ernest & Young (EY) Women Athletes Business Network. Created by EY, the Womens Athltes Business Network...

EUSA Newsletter January 2016


EUSA Newsletter 02-2016, ISSN 1855-4571 EUSA Executive Committee meeting in Bucharest Members of the Executive Committee of the European...

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Fiji Uni Games receive boost


The organising committee of the Fijian University Games received a boost recently when a workshop was held on the island nation to strengthen its planning and development of the event. As a part...

FISU elects new President and Executive Committee


Former 1st Vice-President Oleg Matytsin was elected President for the period 2015-2019 with 102 votes vs. 23 for incumbent President Claude-Louis Gallien. In a first quote to FISU Media following...

FISU Oceania's own, Ed Imo, inducted into the Aztec Hall of Fame


FISU Oceania's very own, Ed Imo, was inducted into the Aztec Hall of Fame on the 23rd October 2015. Imo, a nose guard for the San Diego State University team, anchored its defensive from...

EUSA Executive Committee meets in Zurich


The last meeting of the Executive Committee of the European University Sports Association (EUSA) in 2015 was held in the city of Zurich on October 23 and 24. The meeting was hosted by the Swiss...

Congratulations to South Africa on winning the Red Bull Campus Cricket Final


Congratulations to the University of Pretoria for taking out the title at the Red Bull Campus Cricket Final in London. The South Africans overcame a vivacious West Indies team to take the...

Monash University women win bronze at FISU World University 3x3 League; Southern Cross men finish credible 7th


The Monash University women's team have won bronze at the 2015 FISU World University 3x3 Basketball League in Xiamen, China. Held over the weekend of the 9-11 October, the event attracted...

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...

The University of the South Pacific dominate the Fiji University Games


The University of the South Pacific is still dominating the Fiji University Games and won in 17 Sports Catagories and Runners Up in 11 catagories, followed by Fiji National University winning 5...

International FISU Volunteer Program


Do you want to gain experience at an international sport event and develop event management and communication skills? FISU have developed the International FISU Volunteer Program where you can...

FISU Oceania welcomes Naomi Ireland as Student Leader


FISU Oceania are pleased to welcome Naomi Ireland as its student leader to its Executive Committee as a non-voting member. Born in Leicestershire England, Naomi has called New Zealand home since...

Australian Uni's to play at FISU 3x3 World University League


Two Australian university teams have been invited by FISU to represent their university, country and region at the FISU 3x3 World University League in Xiamen, China from 9-11 October...

FISU Oceania President announces candidacy for FISU Executive Committee


FISU Oceania President, Martin Doulton, has been nominated by Australian University Sport as a candidate for the FISU Executive Committee for the mandate period 2015-2019. As the sole Oceania...

University of New Caledonia win the Inaugural NZ University Futsal Championship


Congratulation to the University of New Caledonia who won the Inaugural NZ University Futsal Championship held from 28-30 August at Massey University, Auckland. In the final day of The...

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,...

Online MBA full scholarships project for people with disabilities.


European Universities Games Zagreb – Rijeka 2016 (EUG 2016), together with partners COTRUGLI Business School (CBS), European University Sports Association (EUSA) and European Paralympic...

New Zealand equals second best World University Games tally


  12 July, 2015 New Zealand has equalled its second best effort at a World University Games winning one gold, three silver medals and one bronze. Competition for the New Zealand Team...

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...

Kiwis add to medal tally


  11 July, 2015 Two medals in track and field at the World University Games tonight have brought the New Zealand team’s medal tally to five. Julia Ratcliffe, who was the New Zealand...

Congratulations Angie Petty


Cantabrian Angie Petty has won New Zealand’s first gold medal at the World University Games with a scorching run to take out the title in the 800m final. In doing so, Petty achieved a goal...

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...

Congratulations Eliza! Silver medal winner in pole vault for NZ


Auckland student Eliza McCartney has won New Zealand’s second medal of the World University Games, silver in the women’s pole vault. She cleared 4.40, just 5cm short of her personal...

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...

New Zealand wins silver at the World University Games


7 July, 2015 New Zealand has won its first medal of the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea with a silver to rower Toby Cunliffe-Steel in the men’s lightweight single...

NZ Competition Results from Monday 6 July


Competition results from Monday 6 July Rowing Outstanding efforts by the Kiwi rowers have seen all four go through to finals on Tuesday,...

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...

NZ Sunday Update


Sunday's competition Swimming Laura Quilter has finished sixth in the women’s 50m butterfly final, saying it was an exciting...

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...

No Medals but Lots of Promise on Day 1 for Uniroos


No medals but lots of promise on opening day for Uniroos Despite two days of competition pre-opening ceremony, day one of action got under way in Gwangju with the Uniroos in action across...

Team NZ wrap up of Day One of Competition


Day One of Competition Swimming Laura Quilter has finished fifth fastest in her semi-final to qualify for Sunday’s final in the...

Flag bearer named for New Zealand team at World University Games


Flag bearer named for New Zealand team at World University...

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...

New Zealand team to World University Games


New Zealand team to World University Games 1...

Watch the 2015 Summer Universiade on livefisu TV


Welcome to livefisu.tv - the official destination to watch all the action from Universiade Gwangju 2015 live & online for FREE. Enjoy official high quality streaming of events and also enjoy...

2015 Daegu Scholarship Nominations Now Open


The 2015 Daegu Scholarship Nominations are now open. The Daegu Scholarship is a legacy of the 2003 Daegu Summer Universiade and Daegu Metropolitan City. Students/Athletes should be nominated in...

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...

Team NZ set for 28th Summer Universiade


A 97 strong team will head to Gwangju, South Korea to represent New Zealand at the 28th Summer Universiade from 3 - 14 July 2015. Lead by Chef de Mission, Christine Arthur, team NZ will compete in...

Seiya Eda to fly flag for Northern Mariana Islands at 28th Universiade


Athlete Seiya Eda will fly the flag for Northern Marianas Islands at the 28th Summer Universide in Gwangju, South Korea. A gold medal winner in the 1500m and 3km at the All Schools Meet at the...

FSM to send two athletes to 28th Universiade


The Federated States of Micronesia are pleased to announce they will be sending a team of three to the 28th Sumer Universiade in Gwangju, South Korea. Lead by Head of Delegation, Mr Loatis...

MERS Update from FISU


In the lead up to the 28th Summer Universiade in Gwangju, South Korea, FISU is closely monitoring the MERS outbreak in Korea and has issued the following latest updates. Communique # 2 Communique...

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EUSA Newsletter 04-2015


EUSA Newsletter 04-2015, ISSN 1855-4571 Memorandum of Understanding between EUSA and BEC On April 18, 2015 European University Sports...

Samoa University Games a great success


Samoa Uni Games was held on the 18th to 19th of April 2015. The University Sports of Samoa coordinated the games with the support of the Students Associations of both Universities as well as our...

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University of Guam girls help Guam to 3rd place at the Asia Olympic Pre-Qualifying Tournament


Guam Rugby: The women's team recently competed in the Asian Olympic Pre-qualifier in which they placed third. They lost only one match out of six and were actually tied for first! However the...

University of Guam students medal at Guam Weightlifting Federation invitational


Guam Weightlifting Federation recently held their first event in 10 years with many university students participating.  Female student, Kimberly Taguacta finished first with Shane Concepcion...

EUSA Newsletter - April


EUSA Newsletter 03-2015, ISSN 1855-4571 EUSA Conference 2015 The EUSA Conference...

Local students aim perform well in Samoan beach volleyball tournament


Local students aim to perform well in Samoan beach volleyball tournament In just about every village in Samoa, there is a volleyball net strung across an open area. There are no court markings and...

New Caledonia University Sport ready for a big year


New Caledonia University Sport is ready for a big year of competition in 2015. The New Caledonia University Games will be held every two months commencing on 14 March with round one and...

2015 FISU Young Researcher Award for FISU Conference Presenters


The next FISU Conference is scheduled on 11-14 July in Honam University, Gwangju, Republic of Korea, during the forthcoming Summer Universiade.   In conjunction with the Conference, FISU...

EUSA Newsletter


EUSA Newsletter 02-2015, ISSN 1855-4571 EUSA as observer in the EU Expert Group European University Sports Association (EUSA) was recently...

REMINDER: 4th FISU Gender Equality-Sport Award Applications close soon


REMINDER: Nominations are now open for the 4th FISU Gender Equality-Sport Award The FISU Gender Equality-Sport Award is given to an existing project developed by a federation, an...

New Zealand's sole 2015 Winter Universiade competitor gets set to take on the world


New Zealand's sole 2015 Winter Universiade competitor, Alexandra "Allie" Rout, prepares to take on the world when part two of the Games commence in Granada from February 4 -...

Australians perform strongly at 2015 Winter Universiade


Whilst athletes in the southern hemisphere swelter in the heat and brave torrential rain to take part in summer sports, the student athletes that have chosen winter sports as their pursuit are...

EUSA Convention 2014


EUSA Convention 2014 The 2014 EUSA Convention was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, between November 13 and 16. Over 70 participants of the Convention – organisers of the European Universities...

Fiji National University Rugby League v Australia wrap up


After their game against the Australian team on Tuesday 14th October where a strong visiting side defeated the home team (28-12), 12 members of the Fiji National  University (FNU) ...

New Zealand's Natalie Good wins FISU Daegu Scholarship


New Zealand's Natalie Good has been announced as one of three recipients of the 2014 FISU Daegu Scholarship. A Sir Edmund Hillary Scholar at The University of Waikato, Natalie is a Bachlor of...

Fiji National University Rugby League team learn a lesson from Australia


Our Fiji National University (FNU) Rugby League players learnt a lot from yesterday's match against a well prepared Australian University Rugby League Team who displayed professional skills in...

FISU Young Reporters' Program


APPLY NOW FOR THE 2015 FISU YOUNG REPORTERS' PROGRAM Apply now for the 2015 FISU Young Reporters' Program. If you're aged between 21-25 and have an interest in sports journalism, this...

New FISU Oceania President and board announced


On Monday 29th September 2014, FISU Oceania held its Annual General Meeting in Sydney, Australia. Held in conjunction with the Australian University Games, the five day event commenced with a...

Fiji aim to send a team to the World University Games


According to a newspaper report in the Fiji Times, our friends at Fiji University Sports Assocation (FUSA) aim to send a team to the World University Games. Read the entire article here...

New Caledonia University Games qualifying continues


New Caledonia University Games qualifying continues Qualifying continues throughout the year for the New Caledonia Games to be held in November. The competition has been exciting and...

Education seminar held in Saipan


Education seminar held in Saipan In June, AUS National Programs Manager, Donna Spethman, visited Saipan for a second time to deliver an event & team management workshop to local...

Australia win silver at WUC Match Racing in Italy


Australia win silver at WUC Match Racing in Italy The Australian men’s crew, skippered by Samuel Gilmore, recently won the silver medal at the 2014 WUC Rowing in...

Auckland University of Technology score gold at Southern University Games


Auckland University of Technology score gold at the Southern University Games After a stellar week of competition AUT university won gold in 2 codes, and all teams...

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...