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High performance sports superstars and specialists converge on Brisbane

17 December 2022

More than 500 national and international sport performance experts will gather in Brisbane this week for the Ignite 2032 High Performance Sport Conference.

It’s a wrap with the IGNITE 2032 High Performance Sport Conference a Success!

17 November 2022

Queensland’s leading high performance sport conference delivered powerful insights and networking at the two day conference to more than 450 national and international sport performance experts.

QAS looks ahead to 2032 with a focus on collaboration and teamwork

10 November 2022

The QAS IGNITE High Performance Conference brings together leaders in the elite sport industry as keynote speakers and panellists in a range of sessions to provide insight on the leading edge of performance in preparation for Paris 2024 and beyond.

Life on the road with Swimming

07 July 2022

A day in the life at the FINA World Champs by Ivan Hooper, Australian Swimming Therapy Team Member and QAS Lead Swimming Physiotherapist.

Youfor2032 Regional Testing Sessions Underway

07 July 2022

The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) is on the lookout for the next generation of champions, and we are coming to a town near you. If you think you have what it takes, register today for the chance to be tested at one of our upcoming sessions. You might just be the next big thing in sport.

Rugby7s heading to Birmingham

06 July 2022

Seven Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athletes selected for the Australian Women's Rugby 7s team ready to create history in Birmingham

QAS Athlete Punching his Ticket onto Birmingham Boxing Team

21 June 2022

Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athlete, Alex Winwood one of 11 boxers to fight for gold at Commonwealth Games.

Additional $31.37 million to support Queensland's elite athletes

21 June 2022

The Queensland Academy of Sport is delighted and grateful that the Queensland Government is investing a further $31.37 million over two years in the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) as part of this year’s State Budget.

Australian Diving Squad ready to make a splash in Birmingham

21 June 2022

Four Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athletes are looking to dive their way to a medal in Birmingham.

Cycling Stars Chase a Gold Rush in Birmingham

21 June 2022

Two Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athletes, Kristina Clonan and James Moriarty to debut at Birmingham.

Last updated: 17 Nov 2022