The delicate issue of unwanted parental interference in children’s sport – and how to ensure parents help rather than hinder their child’s participation – has seen […]
A free program to improve the health and wellbeing of “football parents” and the larger southern community is about to kick-off at South Adelaide Football Club […]
Coaches and leading staff from sports clubs including Port Adelaide Football Club and the Parramatta Eels are coming to Flinders. The Adelaide Athletic Development Conference 2017 […]
A trickle of students from South Adelaide Football Club has turned into a flood at Flinders thanks to the life-changing partnership between the organisations. Since 2009, […]
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’s Sport, Health and Physical Education (SHAPE) Research Centre could give South Australia’s life savers a winning edge at this week’s Surf Life Saving Australia Interstates 2016.
Under more pressure than ever to train harder, perform better and to look amazing while they do it, all in the full glare of social media. That’s the reality of women in sport.
Flinders University’s SHAPE Research Centre will drive a new culture of excellence in South Australian surf life saving through a newly launched Surf Sports High Performance Training Academy.