The National Athlete Support Structure is an Athletics Australia high performance system that provides support to individual athletes who are contributing to the Australian Institute of Sport’s (AIS) Winning Edge.
The Winning Edge aims for Australia as a nation to be one of the top-five at the Olympic and Paralympic Games, that we will be the leading nation at the Commonwealth Games and that we will have 20 world champions each year.
Athletes will also be provided with tiered benefits aligned to their membership level. Further details on what is included within the NASS Selection Policy is available here.
Podium: Angela Ballard (NSW), Carlee Beattie (Qld), Aaron Chatman (Qld), Erin Cleaver (NSW), Brayden Davidson (SA), Christie Dawes (NSW), Madison de Rozario (WA), Taylor Doyle (NSW), Jodi Elkington-Jones (NSW), Louise Ellery (ACT), Todd Hodgetts (Vic), Isis Holt (Vic), Claire Keefer (Qld), Deon Kenzie (Tas), Rheed McCracken (NSW), Jemima Moore (Vic), Evan O’Hanlon (ACT), Ella Pardy (WA), Chad Perris (ACT), Katherine Proudfoot (ACT), Scott Reardon (ACT), Michael Roeger (ACT), James Turner (NSW)
Podium Potential: Sam Carter (Qld), Jaryd Clifford (Vic), Brianna Coop (Qld), Isabelle Hampton (Qld), Guy Henly (NSW), Madeline Hogan (Vic), Nicholas Hum (Vic), Jake Lappin (Vic), Sam McIntosh (Vic), Brydee Moore (Vic), Jayden Sawyer (ACT), Sarah Walsh (NSW), Jessee Wyatt (Vic)
Commonwealth: Kurt Fearnley (NSW)
Development: Daniel Kirk (SA), Robyn Lambird (WA), Cam Crombie (ACT)