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.
In collaboration with National Sporting Organisations (NSOs), the National Institute Network and partners, the AIS strives to identify and solve strategic problems on the frontiers of ethical sporting performance.
Originally built around a centralised Canberra campus in 1981, the AIS is evolving and expanding its reach. The modern AIS is mobile and agile, helping athletes and sports to get the right services, support and expertise. The AIS campus in Canberra will continue to hold its place as a driver of national pride and inspiration through an ongoing commitment to deliver on sport priorities.
We have partnered with the National Institute Network, which already provide high-class facilities, expertise and service delivery across the country. This partnership enables the AIS to focus on areas that make it unique and that can give Australian sport a competitive edge.
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Athletes walk to support Lifeline Australia
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) is taking the next step in its partnership with Lifeline Australia, with Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games athletes participating in Lifeline’s Out of the Shadows walks over the coming week to remember those lost to suicide and raise awareness ahead of National Suicide Prevention Day on Tuesday 10th September