+ Win Well

07 Nov 2023

Strategy Values Celebrated at World Class to World Best

With a focus on “Building sustainable success for Paris and beyond”, almost 400 people from across Australian sport gathered for WC2WB 2023, which built on Australia’s High Performance 2032+ Sport Strategy and its values of excellence, belonging, courage and connection.

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AIS World Class to World Best 2023

24 Oct 2023

The Inclusive Leader: Creating environments where people can thrive

The Leadership Development pilot has commenced as part of a Horizon 1 outcome for Australia’s High Performance 2032+ Sport Strategy. A requirement of this activity is to design and pilot inclusive leadership development initiatives.

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12 Oct 2023

Boccia’s rising star proving anything is possible

The first thing you notice upon meeting Dylan Schwarz is his cheeky smile. The second thing is that behind that smile lies a steely focus and desire to succeed at the sport he loves, boccia.

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Dylan Schwarz, left, and coach Peter King attend training camp at the AIS.

05 Sep 2023

Strategy Leadership Group pleased with Horizon 1 progress

The week after marking significant milestones for both Paris 2024 and Brisbane 2032, the HP Strategy Leadership Group held its third meeting, coming together at the AIS in Canberra for a progress report on Horizon 1.

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At the HP 2032+ Strategy Leadership Group meeting, from left, Australian Olympic Committee CEO Matt Carroll, Victorian Institute of Sport CEO Anne Marie Harrison, Paralympics Australia CEO Catherine Clark, Paralympian Chad Perris, Olympian and HP 2032+ Strategy ATSI Advisory Group Chair Patrick Johnson, EGM AIS Performance Matti Clements , ASC CEO Kieren Perkins OAM, Gymnastics Australia National High Performance Director Chris O’Brien and Swimming Australia High Performance Director Tamara Sheppard.

16 Aug 2023

Alyce Wood winning well on the way to Paris 2024

A year after having her daughter Florence, Alyce Wood has her sights set on Paris 2024. And with the support of Paddle Australia, her coaches and fellow athletes, she’s making sure her journey supports her not only being a world’s best paddler, but also as a person.

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Alyce Wood with her daughter Florence.