Monday 30 July 2012
AIS Rowing Residential Scholarship Program 2012–13
Applications for the 2012–13 AIS Rowing Residential Scholarship Program are now open.
The applications close at 5 pm on Friday 24 August 2012.
Please read the attached PDF information documents and complete the Excel application form.
Role of the AIS Rowing Program:
- To play a key role in the National network of Institutes in maximising medal winning performances in Olympic and Paralympic category boats at World Championships and the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games.
- Residential Program - the primarily focuses are;
- i. Maximising the performances in targeted Olympic categories,
- ii. Maximising the performances in targeted Paralympic categories,
- Camps Program;
- i. Provide a venue for national camps for all age groups where appropriate.
- International Program;
- i. Provide a training base for international crews primarily focused on maximising performances in key targeted Olympic and Paralympic categories.
The AIS rowing scholarship program in 2012/13
The AIS rowing scholarship program is a full-time residential program aimed at providing world class athletes with a world leading training environment. The ultimate aim of this program is to assist with the NRCE medal targets in 2016.
- There are two components to the AIS residential program:
- i. Up to 26 scholarships for Olympic focussed athletes (potentially including coxswains)
- ii. Up to 4 scholarships for Paralympic focussed athletes
- To be selected each athlete must be a fit and proper person to participate in the AIS scholarship program and to represent the AIS. Each athlete must also display a suitable temperament and suitable levels of self-motivation and self-discipline to participate in the AIS scholarship program.
- All scholarship athletes are expected to be striving for National Team Senior A selection in 2013.
- Applications close Friday 24 August 2012
- Scholarship positions will be officially announced 17 September 2012
- Scholarships are expected to commence 1 October 2012, and be predominantly 1 year in length
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