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STATEMENT: NATIONAL SPORTS PLAN
The Australian Athletes’ Alliance (AAA) welcomes the Australian Government announcement from Minister for Sport, Hon Greg Hunt MP, regarding the establishment of the National Sports Plan.
AAA STANDS WITH AUSTRALIA'S CRICKETERS
The Australian Athletes' Alliance (AAA) today reiterated its strong support of the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) and its players during the current MOU negotiations.
TRAGIC WEEK FOR JOCKEYS NATIONALLY
The Australian Jockeys Association and National Jockeys Trust are deeply saddened by the events on Saturday 8 April involving the death of one jockey, and critical injuries to another three riders.
PLAYERS ARE PEOPLE FIRST
World Players Association to develop global standard at 2017 World Player Development Conference in Paris
#WorldPlayersUnited: World Players Association unveils strategy to place the players at the centre of world sport
UNI World Athletes, which brings together 85,000 players across professional sport through more than 100 player associations in over 60 countries, has unveiled its new strategic vision – #WorldPlayersUnited – to ensure the voice of the player is heeded in the running of sport.
AAA Supports Grassroots to Greatness
The AAA - the peak body for Australia’s elite professional athletes which represents more than 4,000 athletes through Australia’s eight major players’ associations - w
PFA Launches Its Vision for Women’s Football
The Australian Athletes’ Alliance (AAA) yesterday held its inaugural Athletes’ Board Meeting in Melbourne, bringing together some of the biggest names in Australian sport to discuss key issues affecting athletes.
The Athletes’ Board members include:
AAA launches Concussion Working Group
The Australian Athletes’ Alliance (AAA) has brought together representatives from the major sporting Associations to take a collaborative approach to concussion prevention and management.
AAA partners with Queensland Brain Institute
The Australian Athletes' Alliance has today announced a partnership with scientists at The University of Queensland to tackle concussion and its long-term effects.