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Live results for the 2019 SSA Swimming Championship is now available. Click here to view the results.
The entry list for the 2019 SSA Swimming Championship is now available! Click here for the entry list.
School Sport Australia (SSA) Championship policy requires all students to attend an entire Championship program, including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, the Education Excursion and all competition. This is so all students experience the full social, cultural and educational benefits of an SSA Championship as SSA’s aim is to use sport to achieve educational outcomes. […]
To view live results of the 2018 10 – 19 Years Boys and Girls Swimming Championships in Hobart, Tasmania from 25 – 31 July please click here.
The draft schedule for the 2018 SSA 10 – 19 Years Boys and Girls Swimming Championships in Hobart, Tasmania from 25 – 31 July has been released.
School Sport Australia sadly wishes to advise that School Sport Australia Life Member, New South Wales CHSSA Life Member and former President David Woods, passed away on Thursday morning, 1 June 2017. David was an icon in education and in particular school sport. Not only was he greatly involved with school sport at the state level, he […]
A message from our Vice President Be Bold for Change The current unprecedented coverage of women’s sport through social media and television that showcases the excitement, athleticism and competitiveness of female athletes has been wonderful, however for many of us we’ve known the strength of women’s sport for a long time. Whilst Australian female athletes have […]
School Sport Australia (SSA) is pleased to announce that Swimming will be returning to the 2017 Pacific School Games in Adelaide, South Australia. Swimming events will be held for students aged 10 – 19 years with representation from both Australian states and territories and international delegations. SSA President Graeme Jennings is thrilled that swimming will […]
With the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games well underway, it is with great pride and excitement that we cheer on the athletes who came through the school sport pathway. School Sport Australia Executive Officer Brad Allen said it was inspiring to see so many of School Sport Australia’s alumni competing at the Rio Paralympics. “We are extremely proud of […]