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The ANU Australian Rules Football Club (ANUAFC) offers men and women the opportunity to play competitive Aussie Rules Football in the official AFL Canberra Competition.

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Akido is an advanced self-defence system originally only available to the Samurai elite.

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The ANU Badminton Club is a social club that caters for students from a wide variety of backgrounds, and aims to foster, promote and develop the sport on a social and competitive level.

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Are you looking for a break from your studies? Do you want to make new friends and keep active? The ANU Touch Football Club is for you! Our club caters for all experience levels and has a thriving social culture.

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The Australian National University Sailing Club (ANUSC) sails on Lake Burley Griffin from our boatshed in Yarralumla Bay.

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ANU Women’s Football Club was established in 1978 and has been participating in Capital Football competitions ever since. We offer our members a fun and friendly atmosphere for players to learn and participate in football and develop their game.

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The ANU Basketball Club runs internal competitions (mixed, and men’s), two 3 on 3 competitions, weekly scrimmages, and a beginners program, as well as social programs.

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The ANU Boat Club is the oldest rowing club in the ACT. The ANU boat house is located on campus, beside Sullivan’s Creek, 300 metres upstream from Lake Burley Griffin.

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Welcome to the National University Caving Club!

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Welcome to the ANU Cheerleading Club!

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The ANU Competitive Dance Team (CDT) is comprised of 3 separate teams: a Hip-Hop team, a Jazz Team and a Contemporary Team, which all compete at competitions throughout the year.

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The ANU Cricket Club fields sides in all grades of the ACT Cricket Association competition. The club welcomes players of all abilities and provides an opportunity for its members to play competitive cricket in Canberra throughout the summer season.

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Do you like Riding bikes? What about shredding trails? Or putting more watts through your legs than a nuclear fission device? If yes to any of the above, you're probably in the right place.

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Fencing is an international and Olympic sport that is a great workout both physically and mentally. The ANU Fencing Club aims to promote fencing on campus through regular training, competitions, and social events.

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ANU Futsal Club was established in 2013. Starting with only 20 members, the club has grown to more than 70 members in the last few years. Students can train, learn skills in competitive game training and participate in competitions.

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Judo is a dynamic Olympic sport practised widely throughout the world under one set of rules and guidelines.

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The Jujutsu Club introductory course is a great way to learn traditional Japanese jujutsu. This martial art originated during Japan’s feudal era and its purpose was to defend against armed and unarmed opponents.

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The concept of Kendo is to discipline the human spirit through the principles of the Katana (Japanese sword). Kendo literally means “The Way of the Sword”, and is one of Japan’s oldest martial arts, closely associated with the Samurai.

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The aim of the club is to develop and train in an effective form of self-defence and to promote a rational, scientific appreciation of the combative arts.

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The ANU Football Club is an amateur Association Football club representing the Australian National University in Capital Football competitions. We are not only a men's club and welcome players of any gender or gender identity

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Welcome old members, prospective members, new members and visitors to the ANU Hockey Club.

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