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Congratulations to our nine medallists at the 2017 Summer Universiade as well as the big number of personal bests achieved.
The future is shining bright like an Opal... Catch all the Emerging Opals' victory reaction from one of the final days in Taipei.
Heptathlete Alysha Burnett takes silver, as we preview the Emerging Opals gold medal game, plus all the results, schedules and photos of the Uniroos at Taipei 2017.
Huge crowds at the basketball and athletics provided the canvas for some scintillating competition on day eight of the World University Games in Taipei.
Australia’s version of the student-athlete Ironman, Kyle Cranston has won the decathlon on a huge day for the green and gold at the Summer Universiade in Taipei.
Not satisified with one 2017 Summer Universiade gold medal, Aussie swimmer Sian Whittaker has stormed home in the 100m backstroke to win her second world university title in dramatic fashion. Other Aussie highlights on day 5 of the Games included our gymnasts' fifth place finish and the opening night of athletics at Taipei Stadium.
Bailey Lewis fights his way to taekwondo bronze as Sian Whittaker eyes off another final in the swimming
Pascalle Casey leads the Uniroos into opening ceremony as Australia prepares for 11 days of world-class competition.
On the day of the opening ceremony we have a look at the 19-strong swim team as well as recap two great wins by the men's and women's water polo teams in their opening matches.
Macquarie University student and 2015 Summer Universiade water polo gold medallist Pascalle Casey will lead the 184-strong Australian Uniroos team into the opening ceremony in Taipei on Saturday, after being announced as Australian team flagbearer.
UNIROOS ENEWS: The largest Australian Uniroos team ever - 10 days to go until the World University Games
Australia is set to send the biggest Uniroos team ever to the Summer Universiade as 186 student-athletes prepare for competition in Taipei, Taiwan from 19 - 30 August, 2017.
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.
The host city prepares for the biggest event in World University Sport, ten teams confirmed and what you might not know about hurdler Michelle Jenneke...
Liz Brett re-appointed Chef de Mission, preliminary athletics team named and a look back at Gwangju all in the opening edition of the Uniroos News for 2017!