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CAREERS, JOBS, LIFE AFTER SPORT

Over the next two weeks the AOC is holding a series of Athlete Transition events. Retiring or not, these events will provide practical advice and assist you with job opportunities now or in the future. Our major sponsors QANTAS, Swisse, Optus, Cadbury, Toyota and TOMS will be at the events to answer questions and provide their expertise in wellness, recruitment and career progression.

Events will be held initially in Melbourne (Friday 19 November), Sydney (Thursday 24 November) and Perth (Wednesday 14 December).

For more information, click the following link:

 

To register to attend, or for any questions please contact the AOC on (02) 9247 2000 or events@olympics.com.au

World Cup medals perfect way to kick off the new year

World Cup medals perfect way to kick off the new year

16 January 2017

The first World Cups of 2017 saw Australian athletes competing in seven different events around the globe.

Cox makes it back-to-back World Cup wins

Cox makes it back-to-back World Cup wins

14 January 2017

Mogul skier Britt Cox has fulfilled her goal by retaining the coveted ‘yellow bib’ after winning her second World Cup in Mogul Skiing in Lake Placid, USA this morning, making it back-to-back golds having won in Ruka, Finland in December.

Nitro Team Australia team confirmed

Nitro Team Australia team confirmed

12 January 2017

An Australian team full of young guns and rising stars are relishing the opportunity to take on Usain Bolt and his international band of super stars at the inaugural Nitro Athletics Melbourne.

Aussie biathletes tackle round two of Italian sprint series

Aussie biathletes tackle round two of Italian sprint series

9 January 2017

Four young Aussie biathletes have taken to the second set of sprint races at the IBU Cup 4 event in Martell, Italy.

Aussies post great results on Skeleton tracks

Aussies post great results on Skeleton tracks

9 January 2017

Australia’s top skeleton athletes were in action this weekend, lacing up their spikes and competing on two different sides of the globe.