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Setting up Queensland for success

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Better, faster, stronger

Young Queenslanders have a head start, thanks to the $100 million Go for Gold Fund to enhance school sports facilities and equipment for both traditional and emerging sports to develop the next generation of medal winners. In addition, the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) is leading the YouFor2032 program, Australia’s largest-ever search for sporting talent.





invested over 4 years for Queensland school sports facilities and infrastructure.

World-class facilities

Brisbane 2032 will set in motion the development of globally recognised, best-in-class training and sporting venues for Queensland and Australia that will benefit our aspiring young athletes now and into the future.

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Two young Aboriginal men playing a game of Australian football on a grassy oval
Crowd of swimmers wearing goggles and caps, standing together before a race
Enthusiastic group of children doing a team chant with their hands together in a circle

Queensland Academy of Sport is accelerating results on the runway towards 2032.

Queensland's stars of tomorrow

The YouFor2032 Talent Identification Program, designed by QAS, is looking for Queensland’s next top athletes with natural sporting ability and a performance mindset to take their Olympic and Paralympic ambitions all the way. Across 2 years, thousands of young Queenslanders will be tested and assessed for their medal-winning potential through a statewide search for future elite athletes with untapped aptitude to win at the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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athletes tested so far in YouFor2032 program.




per annum training our sporting superstars.

Children running on a blue athletics track on a sunny day

Optimising the opportunities that arise from Brisbane 2032.

A Games for all

Brisbane 2032 will ensure clear and inclusive pathways to elite sporting opportunities. We’re catering for all athletes, as well as their coaches, by delivering equitable and accessible sporting infrastructure and community-based training facilities across the regions.

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Group of surfers in the water silhouetted against a pink sky, waiting for a wave



Fair Play vouchers over the past three years have helped young Queenslanders participate in sport and recreation.

Parents taking pictures of young athletes who received medals in the Mooloolaba Triathlon
Young athlete running in the Mooloolaba Triathlon
Adults and children playing on a tennis court on a warm sunny day