The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) is collaborating with Sport and Rec and Advance Queensland to launch the Inclusive Sport Tech Challenge. With a total grant pool of $300,000 available to small-to-medium enterprises, this initiative aims to revolutionise sports participation and performance for individuals with disabilities.
Cape Bionics becomes the QAS’ Official Compression Supplier to optimise athlete recovery and performance
The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) is delighted to unveil an exciting partnership with Cape Bionics, a pioneering leader in compression technology.
This partnership with Cape Bionics highlights both organisations’ commitment to advancing athlete recovery and performance through cutting edge sports science.
Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) open water swimmers Moesha Johnson and Nick Sloman have clinched their spots for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, showcasing their talent and determination at the World Championships in Doha. Their achievements mark a significant milestone for Australian swimming.
The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) is calling on current or former QAS supported athletes who are committed to representing the athlete voice and have a strong desire to contribute to the QAS Athlete Journey and devote the time required to engage with the broader QAS athlete community.
After more than three years at the helm of the Queensland Academy of Sport, Chelsea Warr has moved on to pursue other opportunities.
The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) and Qscan Group are partnering to give QAS supported athletes’ priority access to state-of-the art medical imaging services, ensuring a swift and accurate diagnosis of injuries.
A symbol of our ambition, our unwavering support to help athletes achieve their dreams, and our commitment to continuous improvement in the pursuit of excellence.
Last updated: 17 Nov 2022