You may have heard of the term rehabilitation, which refers to the process of restoring normal function, health and movement after an injury or surgery. This probably brings up images of ice, crutches and walking frames, a bunch of physios and nurses to aid someone in their recovery. But have you heard of the buzzword “prehab”?
The Academy launched it’s new female rowing program a few months back. The program includes 10 girls ranging between 15 and 20 years old.
On Wednesday 26 June, Blacktown City Council provided an opportunity to recognise the success of the Academy’s athlete development programs, with a selection of talented local athletes in attendance.
As a part of the Academy’s development program, we provide educational sessions on a range of topics for our athletes. On 1 July we will bring together Softball, Canoe Slalom and Rowing for a Cyber Safety session.
Wenty Leagues has been following the journey of Cyclist Samantha Beatty and last Thursday we had the opportunity to introduce Samantha to Wenty Leagues CEO Glenn Kovacs. Glenn spoke with Samantha about her achievements, how she got into cycling and her goals for the future.
A handful of our talented AFL Girls athletes travelled to West Hoxton on 8 June to compete at the 2019 JS Sports Development and Representative Carnival.
On 2 June 2019 five talented Academy Rowing Athletes attended their first Regatta, the J.B. Sharp Memorial Regatta Series.
Molly recently attended the 2019 National Gymnastics Championships in Melbourne and left smiling with three new Gold medals and two new Silver medals.
Trish became an Ambassador for Brenna in May as a part of the Academy’s Ambassador Program. Brenna is a talented young athlete who had plenty of achievements and aspirations to share with Trish.
Seven talented Canoe Slalom athletes travelled to Grafton to attended the NSW All Schools Canoeing Championships on 25 – 29 May and came home with admirable results.