Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has welcomed an exciting milestone for the Women’s Rugby League World Cup, with today marking 100 days until the world’s first standalone event.
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The NSW Government today announced a major funding boost for new and existing sports facilities in regional NSW as part of the $100 million Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund.
The recognition and management of sports concussion is set to improve for thousands of NSW junior athletes, with the unveiling of a new State Government funded initiative today.
One of Australia’s most recognised and respected Fitness Experts Commando Steve, will be cheering on participants at the Office of Sport’s annual outdoor obstacle course across the five-kilometre tough terrain complete with mud pits, challenging obstacles and initiative tasks.
Last month, Pat Lewis, previous World Master competitor contacted the Office of Sport to share her personal and inspiring story.
The Office of Sport Sector Performance Branch has engaged Lander & Rogers, Lawyers to undertake the Sport Sector Benchmarking and Organisational Health Research project.
The NSW Government has released a draft concept plan for a new look Hunter Sports and Entertainment Precinct for community feedback, as part of long term planning for the area.
NSW Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has called on parents and sporting codes to use the introduction of the Active Kids Rebate to spark a major increase in the participation rate of girls in sport.
Heathcote Public School students are set to benefit from new healthy meal options at the school canteen as well as a new $100 Active Kids Rebate for sporting costs.
Thousands of school children across New South Wales are set to benefit from a new $100 rebate for sporting and fitness related costs, with $207 million set aside over four years from 2017-2018.