Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres today visited the Sydney International Equestrian Centre Arena where a $745,000 surface upgrade has significantly improved play at the Grand National Hack Championships underway in Western Sydney.
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Sporting enthusiasts can look forward to witnessing the best of Australian athletics when the nation’s top athletes arrive in Sydney to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games at the upcoming Australian Track & Field Championships.
Australia’s most capped female cricketer Alex Blackwell has today been honoured with the inaugural International Women’s Day – Leadership in Sport Award at a special breakfast discussing the future of women’s sport.
The Women's Leadership in Sport Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship to support an individual who is pro-actively developing innovative approaches to increasing female participation.
The NSW Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has instructed the Combat Sports Authority of NSW to conduct an early review of the Combat Sports Act 2013.
The first set of state-wide guidelines for managing concussion in sport has been launched today.
More than a quarter of a million parents in NSW have downloaded an Active Kids voucher in just ten days, in a sign of the programs overwhelming success.
New South Wales athletes heading to the 2018 Commonwealth Games are set to benefit from a half-million dollar funding boost from the NSW Government.
More than one million school children across the state are now eligible for the NSW Government’s new annual $100 Active Kids voucher.
Sydney’s 14 show-stopping cricket games scheduled for the world-class ICC World T20 2020 tournament are set to boost cricket participation and local cricket facilities across NSW thanks to a $6 million funding allocation which formed part of the successful bid.