What’s the most demanding position in modern AFL? New research is providing greater understanding about the physical demands placed on Australian rules football players in their positions […]
Delisted AFL footballers are often unprepared for the end of their footballing careers but playing state-level football could aid in providing them with a sense of […]
Playing football or rugby gives Indigenous students a chance to “feel proud” of their culture and people, a national study has found. The Indigenous Australian students […]
Why hasn’t AFL set-shot kicking improved with other advancements in the game? Goal kicking is getting worse with data revealing a historic low of 51.1% of […]
South Australian sport-tech startup Prohab will launch its new rehabilitation device at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Prohab rehab device connects to standard resistance […]
High-flyers in sport and drama – Neil Craig and Benedict Andrews – have received honorary doctorates from Flinders University.
The latest theories on coaching, fitness and nutrition, elite and Indigenous footballers, women in the AFL, junior and community football development are covered in a new book from Flinders.
Flinders University and South Adelaide Football Club will continue kicking goals together in higher education and innovative approaches to community engagement after Flinders renewed its sponsorship […]
Australian Rules Football is in the process of rethinking the way it approaches coaching and teaching the game, and Dr Shane Pill is among those leading the charge.