Olympics confirmed for four NSWIS kayakers
Four canoe sprint paddlers from the NSW Institute of Sport have been officially selected to the Australian Olympic Team, joining the first 14 athletes selected since confirmation of the Games postponement until 2021.
2020 Kurt Fearnley Scholarship holders unveiled
Six budding young para-sport athletes have already benefited from the words of encouragement and inspiration of one of Australia’s greatest ever athletes after being named as recipients of the 2020 Kurt Fearnley Scholarship.
Heartwarming athlete response to Olympic & Paralympic delay
There have been many heartfelt reactions to yesterday’s announcement that the Australian Olympic Committee and Paralympic Committee are now preparing for a Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in the northern hemisphere summer of 2021.
COVID-19 Update | Closure of NSWIS facility & training environments
The NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) recognises and supports the directive to Australian sports and athletes by the Australian Olympic Committee and Paralympic Committee to prepare for a Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in the northern hemisphere summer of 2021.
Critical incident expansion of Mental Health Referral Network
The AIS Mental Health Referral Network is opening its availability to impacted friends and family networks of our catergorised athletes and staff in the high-performance sports that we service.
Littlehales provisionally secures Paralympics ticket
134 days out from the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Dylan Littlehales has provisionally locked in their Tokyo 2020 spot on the second day of racing at the 2020 Paddle Australia Canoe Sprint Championships.