SAHOF ANNUAL REPORT
We’re excited to release the 2023 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Annual Report which is available to read in full on our website.
We’ve taken a look back over 2022; our state-based Inductee and Awardee celebrations, our Chairs’ Round Table and National Sport Integrity Forum events, and recognised those Members who have passed away in the last twelve months, as well as our newest Inductees, two Legends of Australian Sport and the 2023 crop of Scholarship Holders.
Click here to read the report.
It’s been a busy start to the year for our SAHOF Scholarship Holders with gold medals, personal bests, career firsts and huge challenges ahead among a stack of highlights below.
The Sport Australia Hall of Fame team is changing and as a result, we have two positions opening up – one is a full time contract, the other is a maternity leave temporary contract.
The full time position is for a Design, Social Media & Administration Coordinator who will work across our brand, social media, and general office administration.
The maternity leave contract will stand in for our Programs Manager who is off to have a baby – this Scholarship & Mentoring Program & Events Coordinator position will be a 12 month contract and will work across the Scholarship & Mentoring Program, events and general day to day tasks for the Hall of Fame.
If you’re interested and would like more information, please see the Careers page on our website.
Women in Sport Congress 2024
We are excited to announce the dates for the Women in Sport Congress 2024! Brought to you by the AIS Female Performance and Health Initiative, this congress will bring together world-leading researchers, clinicians, practitioners, coaches and athletes from high performance sport, and aims to inspire excellence in female athlete research and practice.
Save the dates in your calendar and follow the social accounts, subscribe to the FPHI Update e-newsletter or visit the event website Women In Sport Congress for all updates.