Wests Future Stars Athlete Scholarship

2017/2018 Lone Star Athletes

Jaide Gayle-Weiling - Inline Skating
Nakeisha Brimble - Long Jump/High Jump
Tim Ryan - Golf
Angus Wallace - Kart Racing
Lachlan McLean Clay - Target Shooting
Samira Cox - Para Athletics


The Academy is inviting local talented athletes turning 15-18 in the 2017/2018 calendar year, to nominate for an Academy Wests Future Stars athlete scholarship.

It is envisaged that this new program will provide region based athletes currently performing at a junior elite or pre-elite level the opportunity to undertake an Academy scholarship.

The program is suitable for sports of an individual nature such as swimming, shooting, archery, cycling, martial arts and triathlon to name a few. Individual athletes from team sports not currently offered by the Academy are also invited to nominate.

The Academy will also offer the athlete's personal coach the opportunity to continue to oversee their athlete as part of the Academy´s coaching staff, and also be provided the opportunity to undertake the Academy´s coaches education program at the same time.

The Wests Future Stars program will provide athlete education, skill and personal development sessions, high level coaching and cross sport coaching, sports science support services, media and profile development and invitations to high profile local Academy events. And, where available access to squad activities conducted by other NSW regional academies of sport, on a fostering basis.

Individual programs will vary in accordance to the ranking of the athlete and the classification of the sport.

Athletes must either reside, or go to school, or play sport in the Campbelltown, Camden, Liverpool, or Wollondilly local government areas to qualify.


Click here to download the Wests Future Stars Nomination Package

Click here to download the Wests Future Stars Policy Document



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