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High performance 3

Total investment 2013–14: $2,551,500
(high performance: $2,483,000; participation: $64,000; other: $4,500)
ASC funding as a percentage of total income: 66.4%

The improved performance of the men’s indoor team at the London 2012 Olympic Games demonstrated the advancements within the program. The appointment and retention of a world-class coach and participation in the world league in 2014 remain high priorities. In relation to the beach program, there were solid performances by the new pairings under a new targeted model. The progress of both indoor men and beach programs will be monitored closely in 2014 to assess their performance potential in the campaign to Rio 2016.

Volleyball Australia (VA) has undertaken a significant amount of governance reform over the past 12 months, working towards compliance with the ASC’s mandatory governance principles. A move to a company limited by guarantee and an updated constitution based on the ASC’s recommendations was endorsed at the AGM in October 2013.

VA achieved growth across the majority of its membership categories during the year. The appointment of sport development officers within the member states contributed to this membership growth. Key issues to address in the coming year include creating a consistent national junior development program and a stronger club development structure.

2013 benchmark event // FIVB World Tour - beach, Asian Championships - indoor men

Medal target: -

Non-medal target achieved: Yes

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