Want to compete against the best universities in the country? Pull on the teal jersey and represent Team UTS at a competitive level in one of the many Unisport National Championship events.
UTS has a very successful history in Intervarsity sport, going from strength to strength each year and culminating in doing the double in 2017- winning both the Australian University Games, and the 2017 Australian University Sport overall champion trophy! We achieved a record-breaking top 3 places across our sports.
There are a variety of different national events on so have a look below to see what you can represent UTS in!
National University Championships | Gold Coast, QLD | 25th September – 1st October
The National university Championships is the premier sporting event on the intervarsity calendar, with all 42 universities across Australia coming together to compete in over 20 different sports to see who will be crowned the National Champion. Being a member of our National Championships teams means you will get to train, develop your skills, make friends, travel to different parts of Australia and create memories to last a lifetime.
If you pull on the teal you will be joining a strong sporting legacy. UTS has consistently performed to the highest standard winning the overall championship in 2016 and 2017 as well as finishing with a record-breaking 26 teams in the top 3 placings for 2018 and an overall finish in 4th place in 2019.
If you are a UTS student and love your sport, then getting involved at the National University Championships is a must! Trials for all sports will be held throughout the year, so be sure to stay in touch with UTS Sport on Facebook.
These are the many sports to choose from to compete in at:
(O) Open | (M) Men's | (W) Women's | (X) Mixed
Snow Nationals Championships | Thredbo, NSW | 29th August – 2nd September
Do you regularly head down south for ski trips? Have you raced competitively? Then come and represent Team UTS at Snow Nationals. A variety of events are offered across all disciplines of skiing, boarding and cross country. Events include:
- Cross Country Individual
- Cross Country relay
- Slalom Ski/Board
- GS Ski/Board
- Super G Ski/Board
- Rails Ski/Board
- Slopestyle Ski/Board
- Moguls Ski
- Boarder Cross
- Skier Cross
National Championships | Individual events
As well as the NUC Division 1, there are also several individual National Championships that are held at different times and locations throughout the year, holding just as much importance.
These events include:
- Athletics | Sydney | 21st – 24th April
- 3x3 Basketball | Canberra, ACT | 29th-30th April
- League of Legends | Online | April - May
- Triathlon | Port Stephens, NSW | 8th May
- Swimming | Sydney, NSW | 13th-16th May
- Distance Running | Gold Coast, QLD | 3rd-4th July
- Cross Country | TBC | TBC
- T20 Cricket | Sunshine Coast, QLD | 9th-12th August
- Surfing | Sunshine Coast, QLD | 10th-12th August
A combination of these events and the NUC Division 1 results are tallied up at the end of each year to determine the Australian University Sport Overall Champions.
National Indigenous Games | Newcastle | 20th – 24th June
The National Indigenous Tertiary Education Student Games (NITESG) began in 1996 as a joint class project between thirteen students enrolled in a Diploma of aboriginal Studies (Community Recreation) at the then Wollotuka School for Aboriginal Studies, the University of Newcastle.
The competition now exists as a week-long multisport competition for indigenous student-athletes which is contested over four sports – Touch, Football, Netball and Volleyball.
Indigenous Nationals is an amazing environment to not only celebrate the rich sporting culture of indigenous Australia but to also acknowledge the heritage and history of the participating student-athletes.