Inter-Varsity Sport – Curtin University Carnabys
Are you competitive?
Do you want to show the other Universities what we’re made of!
Excellent! Sounds like you’re just the person we need!
You can represent Curtin University and become a member of the Carnaby’s team at Inter-Varsity and Uni National events throughout the year.
2021 Uni Nationals Div 1 and 2 are on the Gold Coast in Late September.
Interested in representing Curtin University, competing in the Uni Nationals, and making your university experience even more memorable?
If you have any questions, please email the Curtin Stadium Sports Team
Div 1 and 2 – Gold Coast – 25 September – 1 October 2021
- Nominations open for individuals to compete in Div 1 and 2 on the Gold Coast
- Curtin University is looking at sending teams in Badminton, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Fencing, Football, Futsal, Hockey, Judo, Kendo, Lawn Bowls, Netball, Squash, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Tenpin Bowling, Ultimate and Volleyball.
- Expressions of interest for team captains are now being accepted.
- Keen on competing? Register your interest here:
In 2021, the 25th annual Indigenous Nationals will be hosted by the Wollotuka Institute at The University of Newcastle (NSW) and will be contested in a mixed competition across four sports.
The Curtin Kardas will be looking to send a strong team to compete in the sports of Netball, Touch Rugby, Volleyball and Basketball and will be using some of the inter-varsity events in Semester 1 to fine tune their skills.
Keen on competing? Register here:
Curtin would like to send teams to the following stand-alone National events in 2021:
- Athletics – 21st-24th April – Sydney, NSW
- 3×3 Basketball – 29th-30th April – Canberra, ACT
- League of Legends – April/May – Online!
- Triathlon – 8th May – Port Stephens, NSW
- Swimming – 13th-16th May – Sydney, NSW
- Distance Running – 3rd-4th July – Gold Coast, QLD
- Cross Country – TBC August – Location TBC
- T20 Cricket – 9th-12th August – Sunshine Coast, QLD
- Surfing – 10th-12th August – Sunshine Coast, QLD
- Snow – 29th August-2nd September – Thredbo, NSW
If you’re interested in representing the university, please register below:
Inter-Varsity ‘Western Series’ Competition
Curtin will be competing against ECU, UWA, Murdoch and Notre Dame in both semesters across different sports.
Register your interest here and check back for updates throughout the year.
Team training and selections will commence in Semester 1. Once you have registered your interest you will be notified of the training times for your sport.
Western Series schedule below
Netball – 28th April @ Curtin University
Tennis – 28th April @ Curtin University
Badminton – 28th April @ UWA
Touch – 5th May @ Murdoch University
Futsal – 5th May @ Curtin University
Volleyball – 21st & 28th May @ ECU
Western Indigenous Games – 3rd & 4th June @ UWA
If you’d like to know more about these competitions, please email the Representative Sports team.
3×3 Basketball – 23rd July @ Murdoch University
eSports – 23rd July @ Murdoch University
Hockey 5’s – 4th August @ UWA
Basketball – 11th August @ ECU
Ultimate – 25th August @ Curtin University
Beach Volleyball – 25th August @ Curtin University
If you’d like more information on these competitions, please contact the Representative Sports team.
Inter-Varsity Competitions Gallery
Inter-Varsity Competition Results
Past Australian University Nationals and Uni Games teams
Uni Nationals 2019
Div 1 – Curtin University took 2 athletes across to the Gold Coast in September 2019, both competing in Judo. Yu Hong Soon finished with a Bronze medal in the u60kg weight category.
League of Legends – Curtin’s eSport team narrowly missed out on competing in the live finals, finishing 4th out of 27 universities.
Indigenous Nationals – Curtin sent a team of 12 athletes to UWA in 2019, captained again this year by Marleigh Zada, a current Curtin student and staff member of the Centre for Aboriginal Studies. Overall, Curtin Kardas finished 16th out of 28 teams and were unlucky not to progress through to any finals throughout the competition, despite winning 2 out of 3 pool games in Netball, Volleyball and Basketball.
Across the year, Curtin University finished 36th out of 43 Universities..
The Curtin Kardas finished 8th out of 28 university teams in the Indigenous Nationals, which took place in Sydney in June, ranking 4th in Netball, 5th in Basketball and 5th in Volleyball.
Curtin University did not send competitors to the Gold Coast for 2018 Uni Nationals Div 1 and 2 events.
The Curtin team placed 26th out of 42 universities over on the Gold Coast. Over 180 athletes represented Curtin at this event, coming away with one silver and two bronze medals.
The University Games was held in Perth, where Curtin placed ninth overall out of 42 universities. Curtin achieved two gold medals, two silver and five bronze along with 21 individual athletes winning green and gold medals
The Curtin team placed 26th out of 42 universities over at the Gold Coast, coming away with one bronze medal in Judo.
The Curtin team placed 13th out of 41 universities across Australia in Sydney. 130 students represented Curtin, winning gold in the mixed beach volleyball event and men’s hockey, and two bronze in the men’s and women’s taekwondo.
The Curtin team placed 11th in the 2013 Gold Coast games. 170 students competed across 21 sports, winning 13 medals.