Alumni News

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

Tiernan caps off stunning 2016 with Australian 10,000m win

Tiernan caps off stunning 2016 with Australian 10,000m win

9 December 2016

Patrick Tiernan has claimed the Australian 10,000m Championship in Melbourne, while Bridey Delaney was the top Aussie finisher in the women's race.

Team Australia Squad confirmed for revolutionary event series

Team Australia Squad confirmed for revolutionary event series

7 December 2016

Rio 2016 Olympians are among the 42-strong Team Australia Squad for Nitro Athletics Melbourne confirmed by Athletics Australia today.

Foord crowned best in Asia

Foord crowned best in Asia

2 December 2016

Olympic attacker Caitlin Foord has accepted her award for best women's footballer in Asia on behalf of her Australian teammates.

Dual Olympic medallist Jack Bobridge retires from cycling

Dual Olympic medallist Jack Bobridge retires from cycling

30 November 2016

Reigning Australian road race champion, three-time Olympian and dual Olympic Games medlallist Jack Bobridge has been forced to retire from professional cycling at the age of 27 due to his struggles rheumatoid arthritis.

Kitty Chiller joins UIPM leadership team

Kitty Chiller joins UIPM leadership team

28 November 2016

Rio 2016 Australian Olympic Team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller has been announced as one of two new female Olympians added to the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne's new leadership team for the 2017-2020 Olympic cycle.