Welcome to 2015 @ ANU Sport


Dear Members,


Welcome to 2015.  We at ANU Sport are excited about the year ahead, and we hope that you are just as enthusiastic.  For your information here are some of the achievements for 2014 and some aims we have set for the organisation in 2015.


Achievements in 2014


  • 16% increase in overall participation at University Games events
  • Rowing – 3rd overall
  • Disc – 3rd overall (Australian University Games)
  • Increase in the number of student participants in sport and recreational programs
  • Increase in overall members in ANU Sport clubs and maintained same percentage of ANU student members – 69%
  • Introduction of Student Engagement Officer role within each affiliated club
  • Lunch time sport increased by 32%
  • Established Learn 2 Play, Intervarsity Competition with UC
  • Continued excellent take up in Interhall sport
  • Blues Awards process and ceremony
  • Increased community engagement and ties with the ANU
  • Expanded promotional equipment base to gain greater levels of student engagement
  • Enhanced and increased advertising profile
  • Determined satisfaction levels of Fitness Centre members
  • Development of a co-ordinated Recreation program
  • Expanded relaxation program, yoga sessions had 74% occupancy


Aims for 2015

  • Socially responsible program for University Games
  •  Increase participation and performance at Regional and Australian University Games events
  • Refine Learn to Play program – targeting international students
  • Implementation of pilot Excellence in Sport program – striving for excellence in sport program delivery at all levels, e.g. entry level, intermediary skill development, high level performance
  • Maintain quality of Blues Awards
  • Establish co-curricular program to enable students to undertake project experience relevant to their studies
  • To be recognised as the leader of health and wellbeing on campus
  • Improve the amenity at Building 19.


We look forward to achieving these aims and continuing to progress sport, fitness and recreation at ANU.



Mick Brady