The size and significance of sport to Australians and the national economy was reinforced recently with the release of data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Some of the world’s toughest military education and training will be imparted on Australia’s best female cyclists when the Australian National Women’s Endurance Cycling Program Selection Camp begins at at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra on Monday.
The AIS/FFA football program is renowned for producing the Socceroos of the future and Anthony Kalik is no exception. The 15-year-old midfielder made A-League history in August becoming the youngest player to sign a senior contract joining the Central Coast Mariners.
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is holding the inaugural National Summit on Medications and Supplements in Sport in Canberra.
Australia’s high performance athletes could soon have unrivalled insight into their opponents’ tactics thanks to developments in the world of computer vision technology, according to a data analyst at the AIS.
Australian cyclist Stuart O’Grady was today suspended indefinitely from the Australian Institute of Sport’s (AIS) ‘Best of the Best’ honour list following his admission that he doped during the 1998 Tour de France. Australian Sports Commission chief executive Simon Hollingsworth... Read More →
Boxing Australia assembled 18 of Australia’s best young boxers into a week-long camp at the Australian Institute of Sport. The squad includes 15-year-old Nikita Tszyu, son of Kostya, and 17-year-old 2011 world champion Clay Waterman. The boys were put through... Read More →
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) chair John Wylie AM yesterday announced almost $120 million in government investment allocations to Australian national sporting organisations for 2013–14. ‘The investment in sports we are announcing today reflects the robust approach we have adopted... Read More →
Australia’s sporting clubs have the potential to recruit an additional 3.8 million members if they consider new ways of delivering sport to Australians who want to get involved in club based sport, according to a new report released today. Minister... Read More →
Social media and new media have been identified as major influences in the way Australians participate in sport in a new report released today by the minister for sport, Kate Lundy. The report titled The Future of Australian Sport:... Read More →
Multicultural youth from across the country can look forward to new sporting opportunities with the third round of the Multicultural Youth Sports Partnership Program now open. Minister for sport and multicultural affairs Kate Lundy explained that the program provides grants... Read More →
Scholarships of up to $30,000 and grants of up to $5,000 for individuals and $10,000 for organisations are now available to help women build on their skills and advance their careers within Australia’s sporting system. On the back of... Read More →