The purpose of ASADA is to protect the health of athletes and the sports authority australia online of Australian sport through engagement, deterrence, detection and enforcement activities aimed at minimising the risk of doping. By working together, ESSA and ASADA aim to ensure all members, particularly those involved in the high-performance pathway, have access to consistently high quality anti-doping education. ASADA has a suite of education programs which target specific groups of the Australian sporting community, from elite athletes down to the grassroots level, as well as coaches, support personnel, doctors and high school students.
Junior drag racing suspension lifted and minimum age increased 17 Oct The suspension on junior drag racing at Perth Motorplex has been lifted, following the full implementation of all recommendations in a Coroner's report and additional safety measures, including increasing the minimum age.
Course to help equip locals with trail building skills 10 Oct The State Government is conducting a week-long course for up to 20 Collie and Dwellingup residents to help them develop the skills to find a job in the local trails industry. VenuesWest delivers gold medal winning performance 07 Oct State Government venue owner and operator, VenuesWest has enjoyed its most successful year ever, breaking records for attendances, events held, and funding reinvested in support of elite sport.
Student athletes aim to chalk up a win at UniSport 04 Oct Thousands of interstate university athletes will travel to Western Australia to vie for victory when Perth hosts the UniSport Nationals in Funding open for Harmony Week activities 11 Sep Funding is now available for community groups and not-for-profit organisations to hold cultural diversity and inclusion activities for Harmony Week Crowds flock to Bickley Camp's open day 17 Apr Close to people enjoyed the free outdoor recreation activities on offer at the Bickley Outdoor Recreation Camp on Sunday 7 April State Government championing equality in sports leadership 19 Mar A State Government report which highlights the stark imbalance between male and female management in sports organisations will assist the sector to strive for gender balance in its leadership roles.