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The South West Academy of Sport is developing tomorrow's champions.
 
High-performance talent development programs, as well as an athlete support program, gives junior athletes the edge on the sporting field.

And to ensure athletes are set up for long and rewarding careers in sport, access is provided to a long-list of support services such as nutrition, life skills and sport psychology.

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Congratulations to our award winners for 2016


Community Achiever of the Year - Ky Fisher
Emerging Star - Bryce Lanigan
Female Team Athlete of the Year - Shantelle Tassone
Male Team Athlete of the Year - Tom Harvie
Female Individual Athlete of the Year - Billie Knell
Male Individual Athlete of the Year - Connor Lambert
Wally Foreman Coaches Award - Russell Harvie
Sports Star of the Year - Billie Knell
 

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Riley is Fiji-bound
20 December 2016

South West Academy of Sport netball player Riley Culnane has been selected into the All Australian Schoolgirls Team that will compete in Fiji next May. ...read more

Leadership role for Meg
20 December 2016

Meg Thompson will captain the female West Australian side that will contest the upcoming Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships. ...read more

Sophie's stellar year
20 December 2016

South West Academy of Sport hockey player Sophie Johnston successfully juggled school and sport this year, completing her Year 12 studies and representing Australia on the world stage. ...read more

Sports Star of the Year
08 December 2016

Billie Knell has been crowned the Sports Star of the Year! The exicitng young athlete is pictured here being congratulated on her award by award sponsor and Telstra Stores South West representative Boyd Brown. ...read more

Riley is Fiji-bound
20 December 2016

South West Academy of Sport netball player Riley Culnane has been selected into the All Australian Schoolgirls Team that will compete in Fiji next May. ...read more

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