UWA Arts and Law student and recipient of the 2013 Prime Minister's Australia Asia Scholarship, Elliott Clutterbuck, who is currently a visiting scholar to Tsinghua University School of Law (China) has become something of a celebrity in China's badminton world.
After starting off the year strong with wins at the Mid-West Championships and local competitions, UWA students Tarquin Betuel and Lukas Kuster have claimed medals at the 2014 ITF Taekwon-Do Australian National Championships.
The University of Western Australia's School of Indigenous Studies and UWA Sports are proud to be hosting the 2014 National Indigenous Tertiary Education Student Games (NITESG), which are returning to Perth for the third time.
played host to the Taekwon-do Mid-West Regional Championships held on Saturday 23
March, which saw 95 competitors including two UWA students who won a total of
five gold medals and one silver in a display of discipline, skills and sportsmanship.
University of Western Australia has reached another milestone in its four-year,
$1 million equipment upgrade to its Recreation and Fitness Centre at The
University's Crawley campus.A $100,000
investment toward the latest milestone has seen the installation of 18 new
machines in the facility, including treadmills, cross trainers, incumbent bikes
and a grinding machine.
Find out how you can be a part of Team UWA for the 2014 Australian University Games (AUG/Uni Games) at the Team UWA information session to be held on Thursday 27 February from 1-2pm in the Octagon Theatre.
Elliot Clutterbuck, UWA Arts/Law student, Sport Scholarship
recipient, Australian University Games competitior and World University 2012
Badminton Championships participant can now add recipient of the 2013 Prime
Minister's Australia Asia Award to his list of achievements.
UWA students and graduates from the UWA Ultimate Club participated in the
‘ultimate' exchange with Singapore Management University (SMU), competing in
the Singapore Mixed Nationals Ultimate Tournament.