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Sports

Australian Institute of Sport (AIS)

The AIS is Australia's premiere sports training institute, internationally acknowledged as a world's best practice model for high performance athlete development.

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Australian Sport Calendar

Contains up-to-date details of sporting events and sports related conferences. The events listed include national championships held in Australia, major multi-sport events, e.g. the Olympic Games, and major competitions held overseas of interest to Australians e.g. world championships, world cups etc.

Australian Sports Commission

Australian Sports Commission (ASC)

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is responsible for the funding and development of sport. It supports a wide range of programs designed to develop sporting excellence and increase participation in sports activities by all Australians.

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Australian Sports Commission Learning Portal

The ASC Learning Portal allows you to access online courses developed by the Australian Sports Commission and the Australian Institute of Sport.

Australian Sports Commission

Australian Sports Foundation

Assists Australian sport to generate funds for sport from the corporate sector and the community at large. The ASF assists non-profit sporting organisations, schools, councils and community organisations to raise money for valid sport related projects.

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Information and research

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) has a large repository of sporting information and research that can assist you in finding sport information whatever your need. A good starting point is the National Sport Information Centre and this website also has information from the ASC research unit. There are statistics of sport and a wide collection of reports, resources and contacts.

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National Sport Information Centre (NSIC)

The National Sport Information Centre (NSIC), provides access to quality sport information services and resources.The NSIC is open to the public and facilitates a range of print and online electronic resources to teachers, physical educators, students, researchers and sport enthusiasts alike.

Australian Sports Commission

Participating in sport

The Australian Sports Commission has programs and resources dedicated to the development of sport in Australia. Some of these cover sport for women, Indigenous, schools and juniors, disability sport, athlete career and education. There is also information for coaches, officials and volunteers.

Australian Sports Commission

Play By The Rules

Provides information and on line learning on how to prevent and deal with discrimination, harassment and child abuse for the sport and recreation industry. Play by the Rules is a partnership between the Australian Sports Commission and all state/territory sport and recreation and anti-discrimination agencies.

Australian Sports Commission

Sport

The Department of Health works closely with the Australian Sports Commission, Australian Sports Foundation and the Australian Sports Anti–Doping Authority to support sport in Australia from grassroots to elite; increase participation in physical and recreational activities to promote physical and mental health; stage world class major sporting events; and utilise sport as a vehicle to address disadvantage and social inclusion challenges.

Department of Health

Supporting sport

The Australian Sports Commission supports sport through many innovative programs ranging from promoting ethical sporting practices to helping clubs grow their membership base. It also works with national sporting organisations to ensure clear pathways from community sport to elite performance.

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