Bringing you the great sporting moments
Griffith Gold is a celebration of our University's leadership in all things sport. Our elite athletes’ achievements, our world class sports research and partnerships and our unforgettable sporting moments combine to tell a powerful story. At Griffith, we recognise the dominant place of sport in Australian society. The performances of athletes excite us while the breakthroughs by our researchers astound us and the passion of our students inspire us.
Together they are all #GriffithGold.
December 17, 2019
Two Silvers, a Bronze and a Blues Award for Steph Morton
Griffith criminal justice and criminology student and sprint cyclist Stephanie Morton returned to competition in Brisbane over the weekend, collecting valuable qualification points for Tokyo 2020.
November 28, 2019
Women’s gridiron team set for grand final
Griffith’s female gridiron team will face rivals Bayside Raptors in the Queensland competition grand final this weekend.
November 19, 2019
Griffith alumnus leading the GC Suns’ AFLW charge
Head of Women’s Football at the GC Suns Fiona McLarty, a Griffith alumnus, has brought together all 30 recruits for the first time ahead of the AFLW 2020 season.
November 11, 2019
Tough competition for this year’s Blues Awards for Sporting Excellence
Zac Stubblety-Cook has been awarded Academic Athlete of the Year at Griffith's 2019 Blues Awards for Sporting Excellence.
Our Griffith gold
Griffith University has a rich history of its students competing on the world stage. The Olympic and Paralympic Games roll of honour currently sits at 64 students who have taken home 13 gold, nine silver and 19 bronze medals. Commonwealth Games have seen 39 students; from cyclist Walter Lancaster and diver Simon McCormack as representatives at the 1990 Auckland Games through to a squad of 22 who competed at Glasgow in 2014.
Griffith Sports College is a support network for elite student athlete helping them pursue sporting careers while completing their university education.
We pair our world leading sports scientists with cutting edge facilities to develop research and technologies that not only benefit sports people but the general public.