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How are athletes selected for the AIS?

How are athletes selected for the AIS?

Verification of an athlete’s future talent potential through formalised, multidimensional assessments within training and competition settings specific to: Psychological skills and character. Sport-specific skill potential.

How do you identify your sports talent?

Talent identification is the search for young athletes with the potential to become elite athletes. For Hylyght it’s also about giving clubs and federations with limited budgets a chance to make the right choices. Most of them already have some kind of talent tests and a talent development approach.

Can you get a sports scholarship?

The Ben Lexcen Sports Scholarship is the premier elite athlete sports scholarship, it is for current UNSW students with an outstanding ability in sport.

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Why is the Australian Institute of Sport important?

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) leads and enables a united and collaborative high performance sport system that supports Australian athletes to achieve international podium success. Whether training, touring, staying or holding an event at our world-class sporting precinct, you will be inspired to discover the champion within.

Who are the Western Australian Institute of Sport graduates?

The Western Australian Institute of Sport has closed coaching programs and the WAIS High Performance Service Centre and is significantly modifying service delivery to athletes. WAIS track cycling graduates Sam Welsford and Matt Richardson have been selected in the Australian Olympic Team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

What is the Australian Institute of Sport framework for rebooting?

The AIS Framework is a timely tool of minimum baseline of standards, for ‘how’ reintroduction of sport activity will occur in a cautious and methodical manner, based on the best available evidence to optimise athlete and community safety.

Is there a support service for former AIS athletes?

Independent, free and confidential support service for former athletes and staff at the AIS and across the National Institute Network A suite of online learning modules for athletes, parents, coaches and medical practitioners.