Westvic ESP athletes Mackenzie and Bailey Cooper have dominated at the Jack Brow Memorial Track & Field Meet at the Okanagan athletics club in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
Mackenzie competed in the Youth division (16-17), placing 1st in 700g Javelin, 6kg Shot put and 1.5kg Discus, and 2nd in 6kg Hammerthrow. Bailey competed in Junior division and placed 1st in 1.5kg Discus and 6kg Hammerthrow, and placed 2nd in 6kg Shot put and 800g Javelin.
James O’Sullivan, member of the WestVic academy’s tennis program and ESP athlete, competed in the Glen Iris Underage Championships Junior Tournament from the 27th of June to the 1st of July. James entered the tournament as the 3rd seed in singles and 1st seed in doubles, winning both titles convincingly. Across both singles and doubles, James won 18 sets and lost 2, dropping only 1 set in each campaign.
Jessica Robertson (Moto-X ESP athlete), competed in the 118km Harrah endurance race at the weekend. Jessica placed 2nd in the girls class and 28th overall for riders in her age group.
All athletes are supported via a range of services; primarily gym programming and coaching for strength and conditioning, sport psychology, nutrition and other personal development. Academy Executive Officer Rob Ward congratulated these athletes on their achievements; “We look forward to continuing to work with them and their supporters to deliver specialist services to help them succeed”.
FedUni WestVic Academy of Sport currently supports 116 athletes across 19 sports.
For further information, please contact Academy Executive Officer Rob Ward on 0417 044 419.