2019 Summer Universiade
The archery competition at the 2019 Summer Universiade will take place on the 9-13 July at the Partenio Stadium in Avellino with the final to be held at the picturesque Royal Palace of Caserta. Archery is now a compulsory sport in the Summer Universiade schedule and has been involved in six editions dating back to Daegu 2003. The archery competition at Summer Universiade level is typically very high with nine world championship or Olympic medallists competing at Taipei 2017, including Choi Misun (Republic of Korea) who broke a world record at the event. The UniRoos have yet to win a medal at Summer Universiade competition but will be looking to change that with a strong team of four athletes selected to compete across recurve and compound disciplines at Napoli 2019.
The UniRoos archery team represented Australia at a highly competitive level. Although unable to take home the medals, there were impressive performances across the board, most notably Belinda Maxworthy (Bachelor of Science, Macquarie University) achieving 9th place in the Women's Recurve event. Congratulations to all participants and we look forward to the 2021 event in Chengdu, China!
Bachelor of Science
Graduate Diploma of Engineering
The University of Adelaide
Bachelor of Maths & Finance
The University of Queensland
Bachelor of Exercise & Nutrition