The pinnacle of world university sport approaches with today marking one month until the opening ceremony of the 29th Summer Universiade to be held in Taipei, Taiwan.
Michael Merceica from The University of Queensland is preparing for his third appearance at the World University Games after claiming a national title earlier in the year.
At twenty-two Enid Sung had not done enough as a rhythmic gymnast to accept her time in retirement, making the Summer Universiade in Taipei a perfect competition to continue her comeback.
Benjamin Treffers has been targeting the Summer Universiade in August since the beginning of the year as a major stepping-stone towards his main goal in 2018, making the Commonwealth Games team and defending his 50m backstroke title.
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“Taipei is ready for us” – that is the message Uniroos Chef de Mission Liz Brett has for what’s set to be the largest ever Australian team to compete at the 2017 Summer Universiade.