Ten Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athletes selected to in Championship Team aiming to defend gold in track, field and road to Birmingham.
Two Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athletes Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho del Solar will be donning green and gold for Australia at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Ten Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) supported athletes have been awarded the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Athlete Education Scholarship, developed to support Australian high performance athletes in their pursuit of study and educational experience.
The Queensland Academy of Sport, in partnership with AusCycling and the Australian Institute of Sport, have launched a world-class National BMX Freestyle Park on the Gold Coast providing a home for the next generation of elite athletes in the lead up to the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Work is underway on a new $2.7 million Queensland Academy of Sport indoor National Throws Centre of Excellence at the QAS Headquarters at Nathan, to help nurture the future shot put, discus, javelin, hammer throw and decathlon stars of the future.
Queensland’s athletes and para-athletes are preparing for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games with a series of ‘Be Ready’ sessions at the Queensland Academy of Sport.
QAS is delivering Australia’s largest athlete talent identification program.
Olympics Unleashed recently ventured into Far North Queensland visiting Aboriginal communities and Torres Strait Islander communities and schools throughout the region.
The Queensland Academy of Sport is on the lookout for passionate, high-performance experts who want to contribute to truly inspiring outcomes.
Queensland Paralympians have edged out their medal performance from 2016 bringing home more gold medals from the Tokyo Games.
Last updated: 26 Apr 2022