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National Sport Research Agenda



The Register of Sport Research (Register) lists planned, current and completed Australian sport research.

It provides an opportunity for those commissioning or completing research to share project details with the sector, and for the sector to search for emerging research to help expand the evidence base for sport.

Please note the Register is in BETA development.
New projects and elements are still being included.


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Community Perceptions Monitor 2022
The Community Perceptions Monitor (CPM) is a monthly online survey of the general community about sport and physical activity in Australia. The CPM was first conducted in July 2019 (baseline research) and has since been conducted on a monthly basis...
2022 Australian Sports Commission
Intergenerational Review of Australian Sport
To understand these trends and their impact in the future and to best prepare Australian sport to adapt for success, the ASC Board engaged The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to undertake The Intergenerational Review of Australian Sport (IGRS). The IGRS...
2017 Australian Sports Commission
Active Lives
The Active Lives study found that South Australians who accumulated the 150+ minutes of physical activity per week: - reported better overall health, - required fewer health services, - enjoyed better mental health, - maintained stronger social connections and, -...
2019 Population Health Surveys Prevention and Population Health Branch, Government of South Australia
Market Segmentation for Sport Participation
The Market Segmentation Studies provide key insights regarding how participation in sport is consumed among the Australian population. This research will help organisations refine strategies to recruit and retain adults, children, parents and volunteers in sport and sport clubs and...
2013 Australian Sports Commission
Active Health Kids: the global matrix
Access physical activity grades, report cards and other related documents from all Global Matrix events in which Australia has participated.
2014 Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance
Protocol for national mental health guidelines for community sport in Australia
Organised sports are the most common settings for sports participation. Despite a range of documented benefits from participation, these positive outcomes are not always guaranteed. Emotional distress from pressure and injuries can mean some participants experience negative outcomes. To ensure...
2022 Global Alliance for Mental Health and Sport, School of Psychology, University of Wollongong

The Register is part of activating the National Sport Research Agenda, and enabling a more coordinated and aligned sport research effort for sporting organisations, academics, researchers, research funding bodies, and governments across Australia.

If you have any questions about the Register of Sport Research or adding a research project please contact the Clearinghouse team.

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