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2013 AIS Awards

The AIS Awards, held at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra annually, is the premier celebration of the achievements of AIS athletes with the support of the Institute’s world-class coaches and staff. It also highlights the valuable partnerships between the AIS and National Sporting Organisations (NSOs).

2013 AIS Awards

Award Recipient
Athlete of the year Caroline Buchanan (BMX) and Kim Crow (Rowing)
Junior Athlete of the Year Dante Exum (Basketball)
Team of the Year Mathew Belcher and Will Ryan (Sailing)
Coach of the Year Simon Cusack (Swimming)
Performance of the Year Alex Pullin (Snowboard)
Leadership Award Geoff Lipshut (Olympic Winter Institute)

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