Queensland sent elite para-athletes as part of the Australian Team to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Queensland’s elite athletes have eclipsed their Rio Olympics heroics bringing home 28 medals from the Tokyo 2020 Games.
In an exciting world first, Logan Martin (men’s BMX Freestyle) has won gold for Australia in the sport’s first ever appearance at an Olympic Games.
During National Reconciliation Week 2021 we’re shining a spotlight on volleyball legend Taliqua Clancy.
Monday 31 May 2021 marks 30 years since the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) first opened its doors to 35 young athletes across 11 sports to become inaugural scholarship holders, including Susie O’Neill, Kieren Perkins and Steven Bradbury.
Three Queensland boxers will prepare to make their Olympic debuts in Tokyo after the Australian Olympic Committee announced its latest round of selections.
Three Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) athletes have been selected for the Olympic women’s water polo team this morning.
Queensland sailor Jake Lilley has been added to the Australian Olympic Team for Tokyo rounding out the sailing squad.
When Australian Skeet shooter Paul Adams steps onto the Asaka Shooting Range at the Tokyo Olympic Games in July, he will proudly carry the words of his late grandfather tattooed above his heart while his key message will burn in his ears.
Five Queensland Academy of Sport supported athletes are amongst the newest faces on the Australian Olympic Team after the announcement at the Australian Athletics Championships in Sydney.
Last updated: 26 Apr 2022