Be part of the RMITWFA designed to encourage greater participation in women’s football, the RMIT Women’s Football Academy aims to promote and develop players, coaches and administrators in women’s football.
Aikido is a Japanese martial art focused on controlling an attacker using powerful joint locks, ground pins and body throws. It is derived from Japanese jujitsu, with an emphasis on controlling an opponent using their joints.
The RMIT Basketball Club offers all the chance to both train & play with fellow basketball lovers year round, as well as giving members the chance to enjoy our highly social culture, so what are you waiting on, give us a try...
AT THIS STAGE THE RMIT CUE SPORTS CLUB IS NOT RUNNING IN 2020 DUE TO NOT HAVING A FULLY FUNCTIONING COMMITTEE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GETTING THE CLUB RESTARTED, PLEASE CONTACT JACK VIA CLUBS@RMIT.EDU.AU
The Hawthorn Triathlon Club (HTC) is a friendly and social triathlon and running club based at Hawthorn Aquatic & Leisure Centre (HALC). We cater for triathletes, swimmers, cyclists and runners of all ages, abilities and training levels.
The art develops an individual with “A Sound Mind in a Sound Body” and also helps in the overall well-being integrated with discipline. The Karate Club, provides a friendly environment to practise and to develop their skills.