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June 30, 2014

AIS targeting international success

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There were some winners and notable losers out of the Australian Institute of Sport’s (AIS) announcement in the latest round of investment allocations.

Due to self-sustainability, Australian Rules football, cricket, rugby league and tennis are the elite sports which will see a loss in high performance investment. Sailing, canoeing, swimming, rowing, taekwondo and women’s water polo will benefit from increased funding as the AIS focusses on investing in sports with the greatest potential to deliver international success.

AIS Director Matt Favier explains in the video below that this year’s investment allocations recognised sports which had excellent recent records and potential medal opportunities.

Click here for the AIS’s full investment announcement.


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