Australia’s medal haul shared across sports
21 Aug 2016
Australia heads into the final day of competition at the Rio Olympics chasing more podium finishes, having already shared medals across 12 sports in this campaign.
Esposito hits bullseye for historic gold
20 Aug 2016
Australian athletes made history on Day 14 in Rio, Chloe Esposito winning the country’s first modern pentathlon gold, while walker Jared Tallent claimed silver.
Burton in line for first sailing medal
15 Aug 2016
Australia should wake to its first sailing medal of the Rio Olympics with Laser sailor Tom Burton guaranteed a spot on the podium after the medal race on Guanabara Bay.
Brennan lives up to her reputation
14 Aug 2016
Kim Brennan lived up to her reputation as the world’s best in the women’s single sculls turning in a commanding performance to win Australia’s sixth gold medal at the Rio Olympics.
Cyclists and rowers add silver to Aussie tally
13 Aug 2016
It took a world record from Britain to pip the Aussie track cycling men’s team pursuit outfit for gold as Australia added three more medals to its tally on day seven of the Games.
Australia searching for rare double in Rio
11 Aug 2016
Australia is aiming for its first 100m freestyle double in 56 years on day six of the Rio Olympics after teenager Kyle Chalmers claimed gold in the men’s event.
Aussie relay women rule in pool
07 Aug 2016
Australia continued its domination of the women’s 4X100m freestyle relay to cap a stunning opening day of the competition in Rio resulting in the nation topping the medal table.
Anna Meares leads way for Aussies
06 Aug 2016
Anna Meares is ranked as one of the AIS's 'Best of the Best' and the champion cyclist is on course to be the most successful female cyclist in Olympic history.
Sport and study a winning combination
05 Aug 2016
A balance of study and sport is proving to be a medal-winning combination, with more than half of Australia’s Olympic team for Rio 2016 also committed to tertiary education.
AIS Staff Profiles
04 Aug 2016
Hear from some of the AIS Staff on the Olympic Games, including results, predictions and how teams are tracking.
Australian judoka edge closer to Rio at AIS
08 Apr 2016
Australian athletes have claimed 10 gold medals at the Oceania Judo Championships at the AIS Combat Centre, boosting their chances of qualification for the Rio Games.
Lauren Jackson the epitome of AIS success
31 Mar 2016
Matt Favier has paid tribute to retiring basketball star Lauren Jackson, declaring her as one of the nation’s greatest female sporting icons and the “epitome of the AIS”.
Starc sets bar high for Rio
06 Jan 2016
Australian high jumper Brandon Starc is setting the bar high after a two week training camp at the AIS and says big brother, Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc, is helping.
Full-time referees are not perfect referees
12 Nov 2015
Expect Australia’s new full time football refs to make better decision but don’t expect them to be perfect as they start training at the FFA Centre of Excellence at the AIS.