IAS 2017 Cyclist of the Year and 2014 IAS Illawarra Mercury Tobin Family Award Winner, Mitchell Wright, has represented Australia with distinction, competing in both the Individual Time Trial and the Road Race at the 2017 UCI Road World Championships.
On Tuesday 19th September a Parliamentary Reception was held in recognition of the role of NSW Regional Academies of Sport Incorporated and their outstanding young athletes, from across NSW.
The Mayor of Shellharbour City Council, Cr. Marianne Saliba officially recognised the Academy Scholarship holders from the Shellharbour Council area at a reception held in the Oak Flats Community Centre last Thursday 4th August 2017.
The Illawarra Academy of Sport (IAS) is calling for athlete nominations for 2018 Sports Scholarships in Basketball, Cycling (now including BMX), Golf, Hockey, Netball, Rugby 7’s, Surfing, Tenpin Bowling and Triathlon as well as non-sport specific LoneStar Program and Athletes with a Disability Program.
The Illawarra Academy of Sport (IAS) is calling for athlete nominations for 2018 Sports Scholarships.
Illawarra Academy of Sport Athlete Mitchell Wright has been selected for the Cycling Australia Junior Team (Under 19) for the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Norway.
Check out all the results for the three Illawarra Academy of Sport Commonwealth Youth Games Representatives
The recent Annual General Meeting of the Illawarra Academy of Sport provided a watershed moment for Australia's first Regional Academy with the evolution of the governance structure.
IAS Cyclist Mitch Wright has been crowned Cycling Australia's U19s National Road Champion for 2017 following and impressive three days of competition at the 2017 Cycling Australia Under 19 Road National Championships in Geelong in late June.