WIN-WIN AS BATTLEWIN JOINS FORCES WITH ACADEMY OF SPORT
The Illawarra Academy of Sport is excited to announce the partnership of Battlewin Premium Sports Strapping Tapes and the IAS netball program.
The IAS is passionate about developing young talented athletes to achieve their sporting potential. To do this, the IAS is determined to push the boundaries in pre-elite athlete development while maintaining industry leading standards.
IAS general manager Carolyn Dews said she was pleased to welcome Battlewin to the academy.
“This announcement is an exciting one for both the IAS and for Battlewin,” Dews said.
“The partnership with Battlewin further reinforces the IAS’s commitment to excellence and with the support of quality brands like Battlewin Premium Sports Strapping we can continue to provide world best practices in the program we deliver.”
In the same way the IAS is devoted to the development of talented athletes, it is also committed to continuing to develop and foster relationships with industry leading brands.
For its part, Battlewin is equally delighted to be associated with NSW pioneer regional academy, the Illawarra Academy of Sport.
“Battlewin takes great pride in the quality of our products and understands the importance of stability and reliability in elite sport,” business development manager Sean Feakes said
“Our involvement with IAS will only further enhance our premium reputation in the sporting industry.”
Battlewin also produces sports trophies, plaques and medallions as well as a range of corporate promotional items.
TRIATHLON TRIO SPRINT INTO SCHOOLS TEAM FOR NATIONALS
IAS athletes Abby Tozer, Tayla Croudson and Brad Gullick were recently selected for the NSW All Schools team to compete at the nationals from April 3-5 at the Regatta Centre, Penrith.
Tozer and Croudson, who recently finished first and second respectively in the 14-15 years Huskisson female sprint triathlon, have been selected in the NSW All Schools team.
Tozer finished fourth and Croudson sixth at the All Schools event last week.
Gullick was not to be outdone, with an impressive performance in the senior boys race to join his IAS teammates in the NSW All Schools team.
Gullick also performed well in the Huskisson race, finishing fifth in the 16-17 years category with a time of one hour, eight minutes and 12 seconds.
Rewarded: Abby Tozer has been selected in the NSW All Schools team for the nationals in April.
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