UniSA and Port Adelaide Football Club held their first intensive short course in high performance sport recently. The nine-day course, ‘In-Season Training for High Performance Athletes’, was developed and jointly conducted by Professor Kevin Norton (UniSA) and Dr Darren Burgess (PAFC) with assistance from Adam Hewitt (UniSA) and a number of high performance staff at PAFC. Eleven students from around the world completed the course, which concentrated on hands-on screening and conditioning principles used in high-performance environments such as the AFL.
Work started recently on the $230m Health Innovation Building. Pictured above at the project site are some of the team members behind the project with UniSA Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd.