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07 August 2016

Aussie relay women rule in pool

Australia continued its domination of the women’s 4X100m freestyle relay to cap a stunning opening day of the competition in Rio resulting in the nation topping the medal table.

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06 August 2016

Anna Meares leads way for Aussies

Anna Meares is ranked as one of the AIS's 'Best of the Best' and the champion cyclist is on course to be the most successful female cyclist in Olympic history.

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05 August 2016

Australia’s aspiration inspired by our athletes

On the eve of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Australian Sports Commission Chair John Wylie writes how Australian sports and athletes have united on the Road to Rio.

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05 August 2016

Sport and study a winning combination

A balance of study and sport is proving to be a medal-winning combination, with more than half of Australia’s Olympic team for Rio 2016 also committed to tertiary education.

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04 August 2016

AIS Staff Profiles

Hear from some of the AIS Staff on the Olympic Games, including results, predictions and how teams are tracking.

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04 August 2016

Rio Olympics Results Summary

A day by day breakdown of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games Results

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02 August 2016

Sibling rivalry a bonus for Aussies in Rio

There will be multiple sets of siblings representing Australia in Rio, so are family sporting connections a case of nature or nurture?

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01 August 2016

ASC invests in Australian sporting outcomes

ASC Chair John Wylie writes that the Australian Sports Commission has a privileged position in Australian sport when it comes to funding.

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29 July 2016

US college basketball coaches value 'chemistry of the kids'

In an Australian first, more than 30 of Australia’s young prospects showed off their skills at the AIS in front of 25 US colleage basketball coaches.

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11 July 2016

AIS helping protect athletes from cybercrime

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has joined forces with the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to help more than 2000 of the country’s finest athletes be aware of the pitfalls of social media and the dangers of cybercrime.

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