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.
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.
Last updated: 17 Nov 2022