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Australian University Games

The 2017 Australian University Games will be held on the Gold Coast, QLD from 24-29 September 2017.

Join students from over 40 universities across Australia to compete in a wide range of sports. The sports to be included in the 2017 Australian University Games are listed below.

  • Athletics (men and women)
  • Australian Rules Football (men and women)
  • Badminton (teams event) (men and women)
  • Baseball (open)
  • Beach volleyball (men, women and mixed)
  • Cheer and Dance (mixed)
  • Cycling (men and women)
  • Fencing (men and women)
  • Football (men and women)
  • Futsal (men* and women*)
  • Golf (teams event) (men and women)
  • Handball (mixed)
  • Hockey (men)
  • Judo (men and women)
  • Kendo (men and women)
  • Lawn bowls (open*)
  • Netball (mixed)
  • Rowing (men and women)
  • Rugby 7s (men and women)
  • Sailing (open)
  • Softball (women)
  • Squash (teams event) (men and women)
  • Surfing (Australian University Championships)
  • Swimming (men and women)
  • Table tennis (teams event) (men and women)
  • Taekwondo (men and women)
  • Tennis (teams event) (men and women)
  • Tenpin bowling (open*)
  • Touch (men & women)
  • Twenty20 cricket (men and women)
  • Ultimate Disc (men and women)
  • Volleyball (men and women)
  • Water polo (men and women)

National Indigenous Games

The National Indigenous Games will be held in Geelong, VIC from 25-29 June and host hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students from universities all around Australia. Students compete in four core sports including touch football, netball, basketball and volleyball plus a traditional indigenous game every year.

For more information on intervarsity sport, contact USC Sport.

University Student Athlete Code of Conduct

The University Student Athlete Code of Conduct is applicable to all USC Sport events. By agreeing to participate in any USC Sport event, students are acknowledging that they are representing University of the Sunshine Coast. USC Sport is proud of its image and reputation and will not tolerate the misbehaviour of individuals representing USC Sport and University of the Sunshine Coast.

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