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Australian Institute of Sport

Australia’s strategic high performance sport agency

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) mission is to lead and enable a united high performance (HP) system that supports Australian athletes/teams to achieve podium success.

The AIS drives and enables success in part through a collaborative strategic high performance investment approach to sports and athletes.

The AIS has two primary roles in the Australian HP system:

  • To lead and enable a united, collaborative high performance system.
  • To do the big system-level things on the frontiers of ethical sporting performance that no other body is naturally positioned to do.

To deliver on this role in the system, the AIS has defined five key strategic priorities:

01

Strengthen the Australian high performance system through a united, collaborative approach – get the basics right

02

Drive overall investment and resource allocation to optimise performance outcomes

03

Transform Australia’s high performance workforce to deliver performance outcomes

04

Develop system capability to provide for athlete personal development, wellbeing and engagement with the community

05

Solve strategic performance problems on frontiers of ethical performance via applied research, technology and innovation

The High Performance System: at a glance

Vision

  • National pride and inspiration through international sporting success

Defining system success

  • PODIUM SUCCESS - Australians consistently winning medals at major international events.
  • PRIDE AND INSPIRATION - Our sporting champions are a positive influence on the community.
  • WORLD-LEADING SYSTEM - Our high performance sports system is recognised as world-leading.

Priority areas of focus

  • Sport Strategy and Investment
  • Performance Networks and Partnerships
  • Athlete Wellbeing and Engagement
  • Performance People and Teams
  • Innovation and Applied Technology
  • AIS Operations

High performance system partners

  • National Institute Network
  • National Sport Organisations (NSOs)
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