RAS Welcomes News of Brisbane 2032 Olympic Games

The Regional Academies of Sport (RAS) are excited about Wednesday evening’s announcement of Brisbane to host the 2032 Olympic Games. After six years of planning, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) supported the Queensland city to host the event, with 72 votes to 5. The RAS is made up of nine member Academies including Central Coast,…

CCAS Count Down to Tokyo Olympics!

Central Coast Academy of Sport are very excited and proud to announce that one current CCAS Future Stars Athlete Nicola McDermott (High Jump), and two previous Future Stars Athletes, Dylan Littlehales (Para-canoe) and Matt Dawson (Hockey), have qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. McDermott, Littlehales and Dawson are three of thirty Regional Academies of Sport…

CCAS Winter Programs Heating Up

The Central Coast Academy of Sport’s Mingara One Swimming Program and Gosford RSL Touch Football Program are officially underway after the squad’s online orientation. The orientation was held via ZOOM, which saw new and exciting talent coming into the squad, along with familiar faces returning. Graeme Carroll is again filling the Head Coach role for…

Regional Academies Providing Pathways to Employment

The Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS), in partnership with Underwriting Agencies Australia (UAA) has developed and refined an Indigenous Talent Identification Program for athletes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent designed to encourage an active lifestyle and provide assistance in advancing opportunities in sport. In an exciting announcement, the same program will be…

RAS To Host Critical Sports Summit

MAY 2021, The Regional Academies of Sport (RAS) are in preparation for a growth strategy meeting between the many State Sporting Organisations (SSO’s), the NSW state government and the Office of Sport.  In what promises to be a critical meeting for the state’s future sporting star’s in NSW, the RAS network is facilitating a meeting…