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11 March 2020

Focus on mental health of elite athletes a must

'Elite athletes need to be routinely screened for mental health symptoms' is one of the key findings of an Orygen survey of 749 AIS-supported athletes, with one in five reporting they had previously sought treatment for a mental health problem.

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05 March 2020

Aussie Stingers back home at AIS keep Olympic dreams on track

With the Coronavirus causing disruption around the globe, the Aussie Stingers Water Polo team has elected to go into camp at their “second home” the Australian Institute of Sport instead of travelling to Europe for competition and training.

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03 March 2020

Dolphins Women's 100m freestyle and relay camp at the AIS

Athletes from the Australian Swimming Women's 100m freestyle and relay squads are in camp at the AIS as preparations continue for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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01 March 2020

Tokyo Olympic hopefuls give up their time to support Clean Up Australia Day 30th anniversary

With just under 150 days to go before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games kick off, Olympians and Olympic hopefuls today stepped up to help Clean Up Australia Day activities at Rodd Point.

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11 February 2020

AIS continues to challenge the status quo

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) today announced the latest participant intake of the AIS Talent Programs, continuing its commitment to placing more women in leadership positions in Australian Sport.

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15 January 2020

AIS boosts support for bushfire-affected athletes and their families

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is enhancing the mental health services provided to Australia’s high performance athletes and their families to help manage the impact on their wellbeing as a result of the country’s devastating bushfires.

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03 January 2020

AIS affected by extreme bushfire conditions

As a precautionary measure, all AIS training facilities will be closed this Saturday 4th January due to the forecast extreme conditions

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19 December 2019

AIS advises athletes to be alert to smoke haze

Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Chief Medical Officer Dr David Hughes has cautioned athletes to be vigilant regarding air pollution levels in bushfire-affected regions, and to adjust their training plans accordingly.

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10 December 2019

Barty Party continues at the AIS Awards

World No. 1 Ash Barty has again captured the hearts of Australian sports fans, with the French Open champion claiming both People’s Choice categories at tonight’s AIS Sport Performance Awards (#ASPAs) in Sydney.

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29 November 2019

Emerging athletes to join elite alumni

Four outstanding young athletes are finalists for the Emerging Athlete of the Year award at this year’s AIS Sports Performance Awards (#ASPAs) and in line to follow in the footsteps of international basketball stars Lauren Jackson and Ben Simmons as a winner of this prestigious award.

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