2 Day Speed Clinic

Improve your running technique, speed and strength at our 2-day speed clinic. The clinic will be held during the September school holidays from 10am-12pm on the 20th and 22nd September at the Runaway Bay Sport and Leadership Excellence Centre. No matter what sport you participate in, refining and developing a sound running technique is important…

Equestrian Program

The Gold Coast Academy of Sport (GCAS) is pleased to be in a position to offer a sporting development program for Pony Club. Whether this is in the format of a specific discipline of Dressage, Eventing and Showjumping. Athletes are invited to participate in a development program incorporating both practical skills, general fitness work and…

Awards Night 2020

The Awards night for the 2020 athletes was held on 4 March 2021 at Southport Sharks. Richard Fowler from 94.1 fm was the MC. Because of Covid-19 restrictions GCAS held far less programs in 2020 than usual. Award Winners for 2020 Programs Sport First Name Last Name Award 2019 BMX (senior) Jesse Asmus Athlete of…

202 Awards Night Postponed

The Gold Coast Academy of Sport annual awards night will be postponed until March 2021 when we hope that regulations are much clearer.  A date will be decided upon when the situation surrounding the pandemic lessens. The decision to postpone was taken in light of developments in the COVID-19 crisis and means that the announcement…

2019 GCAS Awards Night

2019 GCAS Awards Night The Gold Coast Academy of Sport is proud to share the recognition of athletes from the annual Awards night which was hosted at the RACV Royal Pines on Thursday 17th October.   On the night, all athletes who undertook our specific sports programs were recognised for being involved and receive a certificate.…

2018 Awards Night

GCAS Awards Night Each year the Gold Coast Academy of Sport hosts a night at the RACV Royal Pines where we recognise all athletes who undertake our specific sports programs. During the night we present each athlete with a certificate of participation and award an “Encouragement” award and “Athlete of the Year” for each sports…

2018 Carbine Club Award

The recipient of the Glynis Nunn award, presented by the Carbine Club of Queensland is Regan Hackett.   Regan’s ultimate aim is to represent Australia in Ice Hockey. He would also love to earn an ice hockey scholarship to an NCAA American University or a Canadian University. Below is a little of what Regan has done…