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About Us

Our Strategy

The build-up to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games gives us a generational opportunity to achieve sustainable success for Australian sport over the next decade and beyond.

This is an incredible opportunity to unite, inspire and build Australia through High Performance Sport and we must make the most of that.

Australia’s High Performance 2032+ Sport Strategy, referred to from here as the HP2032+ Sport Strategy, focuses on optimising outcomes and sustainable success for Summer and Winter Olympic and Paralympic and Commonwealth Games sports.

It aims to foster collaboration, alignment, clarity and accountability across Australia’s High Performance Sport System like never before, so we can harness our collective strengths, talent and resources.

Our goal is that the HP2032+ Sport Strategy becomes the roadmap, helping to inform the individual strategies of the diverse organisations within Australia’s High Performance Sport System.

It has been co-designed by the Australian High Performance Sport System, for the System. It is a strategy that belongs to us all, informing how we work together for united outcomes.

The HP2032+ Sport Strategy has been designed to complement broader Australian sport plans and organisations, so the scope of this Strategy does not go into detail on areas such as national sport infrastructure planning and delivery, participation and volunteer plans or details of hosting major sporting events or the Brisbane 2032 Games.

Our System

The Australian High Performance Sport System, referred to from here as the HP Sport System, supports the ambitions and delivery of Australia’s Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games sports and athletes. The HP Sport System has an enormous network of partners and we recognise their broad and valuable contribution. For the purpose of this Strategy, when we refer to the organisations within the HP Sport System it includes:

National Sporting Organisations (NSOs)
Nationally recognised organisations for Olympic, Paralympic + Commonwealth Games sports and through them, their relevant State Sporting Organisations.
National Institute Network (NIN)
The Australian Institute of Sport and eight State/Territory Institutes and Academies of Sport, representing Federal, State and Territory Governments.
Australian Sports Commission (ASC)
Australian Olympic Committee (AOC)
Paralympics Australia (PA)
Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA)
Sport Integrity Australia (SIA)
National Sports Tribunal (NST)

Oversight of the Strategy

We envision our performance in Brisbane 2032 to be Australia’s best ever at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Our journey there, and beyond, will be built on continuous improvement in key areas that impact performance. This will lead to sustainable performance improvement and success at Summer and Winter Pinnacle Events.

We will continue setting ambitious performance goals, with a focus on High Performance cultures and behaviours that are safe, fair and supportive.

This is a long-term strategy which will require us to set milestones along the way, ensuring we look up and adapt to an ever-changing world. These Horizons will help inform our roadmap to success.

Australia’s High Performance 2032+ Sport Strategy Leadership Group will play a critical role in ensuring our Strategy is implemented successfully for Horizon 1 (December 2022 to Paris 2024).

The members of the Leadership Group are:

  • Matti Clements – Acting AIS Director (Chair)
  • Kieren Perkins OAM OLY - Australian Sports Commission CEO
  • Matt Carroll AM, CEO, Australian Olympic Committee
  • Craig Phillips AM, CEO, Commonwealth Games Australia
  • Catherine Clark, CEO, Paralympics Australia
  • Anne Marie Harrison, CEO, Victorian Institute of Sport
  • Kevin Thompson, CEO, New South Wales Institute of Sport
  • Andrew Dee, CEO, Volleyball Australia
  • Marne Fechner, CEO, AusCycling
  • Chris O’Brien, National High Performance Director, Gymnastics Australia
  • Tamara Sheppard, National High Performance Director, Swimming Australia
  • Britt Cox, Four-time Winter Olympian
  • Chad Perris, Two-time Paralympian
  • Colin Batch, Kookaburras Head Coach, Hockey Australia
  • Patrick Johnson, Two-time Olympian and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Representative