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Australian Alpine Ski team announcement

January 19, 2024

Sport Inclusion Australia is pleased to announce the selection of the Australian Alpine Ski team to contest the Virtus Alpine Skiing World Championships in Zakopane, Poland from 2-8 March 2024. The team of seven skiers is the largest Australian team to contest the Virtus Skiing World Championships. “We are very… Read more

Sport Inclusion Australia name Australian team for the Virtus Global Games

March 11, 2023

  Sport Inclusion Australia has today announced the Australian team for the 2023 Virtus Global Games in France.  A total of 121 athletes are expected to represent Australia across 10 sports at the Games in Vichy France from 4 to 10 June 2023. “We are very pleased to see so… Read more

Flynn and Cherny to represent Australia at Virtus Skiing World Championships 2023

March 3, 2023

Victoria’s Laura Flynn and Alex Cherny will represent Australia at the 12th Virtus Skiing World Championships to be held in Seefeld in Tirol, Austria from 11 to 17 March 2023. This will be the first time either skier has represented Australia at a Virtus event, and for Laura the first… Read more

Sport Inclusion Australia appoints Danielle Smith to the Board

January 23, 2023

Sport Inclusion Australia congratulates and welcomes Danielle Smith GAICD as the newest addition to the Board. Danielle is the CEO of Sunshine Coast Lightning participating in the world’s best netball league, Suncorp Super Netball. Her career spans more than 25 years working across a broad range of industries including sport,… Read more

Australian Swimming Team Announced

August 15, 2022

Sport Inclusion Australia today announced the team to represent Australia at the 2022 Virtus Oceania Asia Games in Brisbane.   Our largest swim team with 41 swimmers will see a mix of Paralympic, World Championship and Commonwealth Games representatives alongside 21 swimmers making their Virtus debut for Australia. The team will… Read more

Largest Athletics Team Ever

August 7, 2022

Sport inclusion Australia announced today the largest ever Athletics team to represent Australia at a Virtus event.  A total of 39 athletes (24 male and 15 female) have been selected to represent Australia at the inaugural Vitus Oceania Asia Games in Brisbane in November. In announcing the team Sport Inclusion… Read more