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25 February 2021

South-East Queensland Games would be a win for all Australians

The Australian Sports Commission has welcomed a recommendation overnight from the International Olympic Committee that South-East Queensland is the preferred bid candidate for the 2032 Games.

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23 February 2021

Social Media impact [updated]

Facebook has restricted Australians from sharing or viewing news content. For some sporting organisations, this has meant results, team announcements videos and imagery has been blocked, and newsfeed content has been removed.

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31 January 2021

ASC welcomes new Chair, Josephine Sukkar

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC), comprising Sport Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), welcomes the appointment of Josephine Sukkar AM as ASC Chair.

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27 January 2021

$1.7m facility upgrade to benefit Australian rowing

Minister for Sport Richard Colbeck has officially opened facility upgrades to the Reinhold Batschi Men’s National Training Centre in Canberra.

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20 January 2021

Justis Huni fighting towards Olympic gold at AIS

Australian heavyweight boxing champion Justis Huni says he turned professional late last year with one goal in mind – to become Australia’s first Olympic gold medallist in the sport.

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22 December 2020

Study a silver lining for Paralympic swimmers

Paralympic swimmers and AIS room-mates, Jesse Aungles and room-mate Matt Levy are among 40 athletes from 19 sports who benefited from the inaugural AIS Athlete Education Scholarships this year.

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