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March 30, 2020

Jean's Olympic dream not sunk yet

There are more important things than the Olympic Games. That’s the view of South African-born Gold Coast kayaker Jean van der Westhuyzen. Read more

March 17, 2020

Maighan Brown ready to go the distance

A strong performance in her first half Ironman has convinced Bond triathlete Maighan Brown she can compete on the world stage. Read more

March 13, 2020

Bree Masters back on the track

The reigning Australian and former world beach sprint champion has turned her attention to athletics in a bid to make the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Read more

February 24, 2020

Leading sportspeople awarded at annual Bond Blues Awards

Rugby star Millie Boyle and Tokyo Olympics hopeful Alex Graham were recently named Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year at the annual Bond University Blues... Read more

February 19, 2020

John Eales welcomes rugby scholars to campus

Wallabies legend John Eales has welcomed Wilson Blyth and Joey Fittock to Bond University after they took up scholarships named in his honour. Read more

February 6, 2020

Bond announces new AFL Club President

The Bond University AFL Club has announced John Le Lievre as its new President to lead the club into the 2020 season. Read more

February 5, 2020

Bond and Chiefs Esports Club announce education alliance

Bond University has partnered with Australia’s most successful esports club The Chiefs in a deal that opens pathways for students to an industry predicted to... Read more

January 23, 2020

Bond Rugby Newsletter January 2020

Keep up to date with all of the news from the Bond University Rugby Club. Read more

January 23, 2020

Bond rugby talent ready to tackle Reds' upcoming season

Gold Coast’s Angus Blyth is ready to take his career to the next level, aiming to cement a place in the Queensland Reds forward pack. Read more

December 10, 2019

World-first triathlon research looks to Tokyo 2020

Amateur short-course triathletes who may never get the chance to represent their country can still help Australia go for gold at the Tokyo Olympics next year. Read more