The Federal Sports Minister, Senator Mark Arbib, and Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) President John Coates will represent Australia at a seminar
As Thorpe leapt off the blocks the dash to London 2012 kicked up a notch. The ripples were felt across the sporting globe and our papers were awash with news of more sporting comebacks throughout February. With additional Government funding flooding into 10 Olympic sports
The World Taekwondo Federation (‘WTF’) has issued its Qualification System for the London Olympic Games. The Qualification System is approved by the International Olympic Committee (‘IOC’).
Australia is still aiming for a top five finish on the overall medal tally at next year’s London Olympics despite slipping to eighth position on the latest Benchmark analysis
The Australian Institute of Sport’s status as an Olympic Training Centre was renewed today with the Australian Olympic Committee and the Australian Sports Commission signing an important agreement.Minister for Sport Mark Arbib and Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) President John Coates unveiled a new set of Olympic rings
The team behind the Team has assembled in Sydney over the past two days to ensure preparations are on schedule for the Australian Olympic Team’s goal to place amongst the top five nations on the overall and gold medal tallies in 2012. Dual Olympic gold medallist and new
Eight outstanding Australian Olympians are sharing their secrets of success with school students across Australia in a new online education program launched by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC).
It's appropriate that sport-loving Australians should celebrate the Australian Institute of Sport's 30th birthday on Australia Day. And AIS director Peter Fricker says the birthday is ''timely''. ''You get a sense that there's maturity about the AIS,'' he said. ''It has really established a pretty good platform of being a national centre of excellence."
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Highlights from the 2016/17 Winter World Cup season
Did you know?
At London 2012 Australia won 7 gold medals, 16 silver and 12 bronze, a total of 35 medals.
Did you know?
Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.