After successful esports and Strava online competitions held earlier this year, the 2020 SA Challenge is coming back in August for The University of Adelaide (AU), The University of South Australia (USA), Flinders University (FU) and Torrens University (TUA) to battle it out for the overall champion title.
The 2020 SA Challenge will recommence on 7 August with badminton the first sport contested. A further eight sports will be played: lacrosse, ultimate frisbee, basketball, netball, tennis, volleyball, wheelchair basketball and T20 cricket with the challenge wrapping up on 16 October.
The South Australian Universities share hosting of competitions throughout the challenge with USA hosting five sports, and both AU and FU hosting one.
AU will be in prime position for the title having collected some early wins with the esports and Strava competitions. However 2019 SA Challenge champions FU will be determined to defend their title after claiming it for the first time last year.
We wish all the competitors the best of luck and looking forward to hearing who takes out the coveted SA Challenge title.