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September 11, 2020

Ripple effect key to Olympic medals

A Bond University researcher is deep-diving into the underwater dolphin kick that helped Michael Phelps become the greatest swimmer of all time. Read more

September 8, 2020

Bond's Maddy Gough smashes Australian record

Gold Coast distance swimmer Maddy Gough smashed the Australian 1500m short-course freestyle record at this month's Short Course Preparation Meet. Read more

September 1, 2020

From basketballer to academic, Vernon caught education on the rebound

Education didn’t come naturally to Vernon Coffey. Growing up in the small New Zealand town of Feilding, he struggled through high school, more interested in... Read more

August 11, 2020

Pathway burns bright for Rylee

Rylee Burns is the posterchild for Queensland’s netball pathway program. Read more

July 29, 2020

Masters: Iso keen for Tokyo

Bree Masters couldn’t wait to get back into the gym. Read more

July 23, 2020

Groundhog Day countdown to Tokyo 2021

The Gold Coast's finest athletes are counting down to the Tokyo Olympics, again. Today marks one year to go to the rescheduled 2021 Games. Read more

June 26, 2020

Serve's up for student's beach tennis business

Alexandre Pereira is serving up a new sporting experience for Gold Coast beachgoers - and he wants to recruit some international stars to help him do it. Read more

June 22, 2020

Bond awarded for world-class training facilities

The world’s best athletes already knew it, but the Bond Institute of Health and Science has been recognised as one of the leading sport facilities on the... Read more

June 18, 2020

New Australian champion leaps between training and study

Live sport returned early to one Australian loungeroom. Read more

June 9, 2020

Minna claims new award

Minna Atherton has gotten to the end of her tether. The world record breaking backstroker has been getting ready to cut ties with her training aid and returned... Read more