Sara Blicavs began her career in Canberra with the Australian Institute of Sport. After three years in the nation’s capital, Blicavs returned to her native Victoria, where she played with WNBL side Dandenong Rangers for the 2012/13 season before earning a move to the Bendigo spirit ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.
In her first season in Bendigo, Blicavs took out the 2014 WNBL championship. The following year saw Blicavs help the Australian Opals earn gold in the 2015 FIBA Oceania Championships.
Blicavs would wait six years for her next WNBL Championship, this time with the Southside Flyers. As a key member of the squad, Blicavs was named in the All-WNBL Second Team for her distinction throughout the 2020 season.
Sara makes her Olympic debut in Tokyo.