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.
Swimmers take higher ground leading up to Rio
03 Nov 2015
Australia’s open water swimming squad have been living in 3000m simulated altitude at the AIS in a bid to kick start to their season and qualify for Rio in Portugal next year.
Espositos aim at Rio family reunion
26 Oct 2015
Chloe and Max Esposito have launched preparations for the 2016 Olympics with a training camp at the AIS, but they’re aiming for a full family reunion in Rio next year.
Gymnasts aim for top routines on Road to Rio
21 Oct 2015
Hitting great routines is the only aim of the Australian women’s team competing at the World Gymnastics Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, on October 23 to November 1.
Next stop top five for Matildas
19 Oct 2015
Captain Lisa De Vanna is confident the next crop of Matildas will establish Australia as a top five nation in women’s football by the next World Cup.
Future Diamond Jo Weston ready to shine
12 Oct 2015
Jo Weston knows she has big shoes to fill representing the future of Australian netball after being selected in the Diamonds squad for the upcoming Constellation Cup series.
NRL clubs use AIS Recovery Centre
29 Sep 2015
The AIS Recovery Centre has helped many players, including Dally M Medal winner Johnathan Thurston and his North Queensland Cowboys, get through the NRL season.
AIS prepares PRA drivers for Bathurst assault
22 Sep 2015
Prodrive Racing (Australia)'s V8 Supercar drivers have visited Australia's elite sport headquarters, the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in the lead up to the Bathurst 1000.
How sport changed my life
07 Sep 2015
Recount this inspiring story as Rich Nicholson tells in his own words – and in video – a journey hoping to take him to his sixth Paralympics as the APC marks #1YearToGo to Rio.
ExperienceAIS gives visitors a fresh approach
24 Aug 2015
The AIS is opening its doors like never before to ensure everyone can enjoy the entertainment, sport, fitness, corporate and tourism experiences at its Canberra campus.
Aussies warm to home-court advantage
10 Jul 2015
They haven’t played an international at home since the 2000 Olympics, but the Aussie women’s volleyball team is warming to the opportunity of a home-court advantage.
Sibling support sparks Olympic dreams
09 Jul 2015
Sibling rivalry is overstated as far as the Coughlins are concerned. The trio are convinced sibling support is their best shot at Olympic qualification in judo.
AIS helps players make it big in NBA
17 Jun 2015
The 2015 NBA finals are in full swing and Australian basketball is deservedly receiving world-wide attention with Andrew Bogut and Mathew Dellavedova battling it out.
Rugby team set after stay at AIS ETC
29 May 2015
The Australian team is set for the 2015 World Rugby Under-20 Championship after a week of preparations at the AIS European Training Centre in Gavirate, Italy.
Fraser leaves legacy for AIS
20 Mar 2015
ASC Chair John Wylie AM said the Australian sporting community was deeply indebted to former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, who has passed away.
Rabbitohs, Fearnley, Fox win top ASPAS
11 Feb 2015
Thousands of sports fans have voted for the South Sydney Rabbitohs (Sport Performance of the Year) and Kurt Fearnley (Sport Personality of the Year) in the #ASPAs.
Sport conference sharpens focus on Rio
11 Nov 2014
Being competition ready and in the right mindset for the Rio Games in 2016 are the themes of Australia’s third annual high performance sports conference - #WC2WB.
04 Nov 2014
The staff of the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and AIS are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of their friend and colleague Jackie Fairweather.
Merger puts taekwondo on the right path
18 Sep 2014
The merging of two taekwondo bodies into one – TKD Sports Taekwondo Australia Ltd – should create a stronger future for the sport, according to ASC CEO Simon Hollingsworth.