Tokyo 2020 medals
UNSW Elite Athlete Program members Tim Brand and Dylan Martin are guaranteed to walk away from Tokyo with a medal
Tim Brand
It's been a week of highs, lows and everything in between for our UNSW community in Tokyo
Amy Ridge
It was a huge weekend to kick off the Olympic Games and despite the lack of crowds, there was plenty of excitement for #TeamUNSW
Georgia Winkcup on the Library Lawn
With our first UNSW student competing today and the Opening Ceremony hitting our screens tomorrow, we're taking you through the schedule of when and how to watch our UNSW community in action
UNSW water polo players
With athletes training in quarantine, taking regular COVID tests and competing in empty stadiums, Tokyo 2021 will be an Olympics like we have never seen before.
Tim Putt, Amy Ridge and Nathan Power at UNSW Aquatic Centre
Three UNSW students are preparing to make their Olympic debut in water polo at the Tokyo Games - but it won't be the experience they imagined it would be
Henry Hutchison at UNSW
Today we're seeing how our athletes did as they were put through their paces in UNSW's Ultimate Athlete Challenge!
UNSW Olympian Aaron Younger ready to take on Tokyo
In the lead up to the Tokyo Olympics, we will be introducing you to all our UNSW Olympians and bringing you all the info about how to cheer them on
Students at Indigenous Youth Summit
A group of Indigenous high school students experienced life on campus at UNSW as part of the NRL's School to Work program.
An artist mock up of the new Village Green from above
We are excited to announce work is about to recommence on the transformation of the Village Green, the largest open space on Kensington Campus.
UNSW Elite Athletes
UNSW, Westfields Sports High and Creating Chances last week collaborated to pilot a program designed for Year 12 students aiming to become elite athletes and complete university studies.
Olivia Coleman passing a ball while playing for the ERNA Hawks
Netballers, perhaps more than any other athletes, are known for multi-tasking and UNSW Criminology and Criminal Justice student Olivia Coleman is the champion of juggling things.