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06 September 2019

Athletes walk to support Lifeline Australia

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is taking the next step in its partnership with Lifeline Australia, with Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games athletes participating in Lifeline’s Out of the Shadows walks over the coming week to remember those lost to suicide and raise awareness ahead of National Suicide Prevention Day on Tuesday 10th September

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02 September 2019

AIS brings together leading minds in sport and technology

The Sport Technology and Applied Research Symposium (STARS) is now in its second year and will be held across three days from 3-5 September 2019 at the AIS campus in Canberra.

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28 August 2019

Surfing champion takes part in AIS preventative health program

Australian surfer Sally Fitzgibbons is one of many athletes who has gained access to a range of AIS expertise as part of a new preventative health program.

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26 August 2019

2020 WLIS grants program open

Applications for the 2020 Women Leaders In Sport (WLIS) grants are now open.

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08 August 2019

AIS Talent Program participants ready to challenge the status quo

Participants in the inaugural AIS Talent Program came together in Canberra last week to celebrate the completion of a first of its kind leadership program that was launched in March this year

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01 August 2019

Sport Australia and the AIS plan to make Australia the world’s most active sporting nation

The Australian Sports Commission, comprising Sport Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport, has released its 2019-2023 Corporate Plan to outline its vision and strategic priorities for the next four years.

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18 July 2019

Australian Institute of Sport and the University of Canberra partner to offer world-first high performance health program

The AIS and University of Canberra have developed an academic program that will provide health professionals with the skills and insights to optimise elite human health and performance.

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04 July 2019

Sport Australia and the AIS team up with the Brumbies for NAIDOC Week

Sport Australia and the AIS are teaming up with the Brumbies and University of Canberra to celebrate Indigenous Australians' sporting heritage for NAIDOC Week.

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14 June 2019

Australian athletes take mental health message to the Outback

The Australian Institute of Sport is partnering with Lifeline Broken Hill to enable Australian athletes to spread the message of health and wellbeing in the outback.

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27 May 2019

Sport Australia and AIS welcome new Minister for Sport

Sport Australia and the AIS welcome new Minister for Sport Senator the Hon. Richard Colbeck and look forward to continuing to deliver on the vision to make Australia the world’s most active sporting nation.

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