Australian Sports Commission
asc_1024x768Since its establishment in 1989, the ASC has earned a national and international reputation for its innovative, quality programs and for the delivery of these programs. The internationally renowned Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), a key component of the Commission, is a leading centre of excellence for the training and development of high performance athletes and coaches.
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The University of Sydney
USyd-1024x768The University of Sydney is one of the top ranked universities in the world (QS World Rankings), with a particular specialisation in sport-related studies. The Thermal Ergonomics Laboratory, based in the Faculty of Medicine and Health, and led by Professor Ollie Jay, is an internationally renowned research program in the area of heat and health. Their research primarily focuses on developing innovative heat management solutions to protect people across the human lifespan from the health impacts of extreme heat and hot weather. Over the past 3 years they have developed the Environmental Measurement Unit (EMU) heat monitoring and management system that is deployed courtside at the Australian Open. Professor Jay was also responsible for the development of the Australian Open Heat Stress Scale, which has been used since 2019 to manage heat stress risk at the Australian Open.
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New Balance
new-balance_1024x768New Balance is proud to be the Official Sports Apparel and Footwear Partner of Tennis Australia outfitting Tennis Australia’s National Teams, National Academy Athletes, National Academy Coaches and Staff.
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Play By The Rules
The ASC advocates that sport should be inclusive, safe and fair.
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