West Vic Academy of Sport representatives have taught Horsham College students about strength and conditioning during workshops on Friday.
Chris Radford, a former Horsham College student, put youngsters enrolled in the college’s peak performance program through a series of warm-up exercises and stretches to educate them about injury prevention.
Brad Saunders and Hayley Wilson, who are among the first to win scholarships with the Victorian Institute of Sport's new skateboarding program, are on the shortlist for Australia’s first Olympic team in the sport at Tokyo in 2020.
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