National Talent Academy athletes Matthew Hauser and Brittany Dutton have been selected to share their story with Colonial First State (CSF), going into the running for a cash sports boost that would go a long way in helping them to achieve their Olympic triathlon dreams.
The CSF Sports Boost program provides Australia’s future sporting champions the chance to win funds that could help with training, skill development, travel & equipment costs.
Over the course of the year the program will feature eight of Australia’s leading sporting talents, two from four sports (Triathlon, Rowing, Diving and Volleyball). In June 2015, only one from each sport will go through to the final. It will then be down to a public vote to decide the overall winner. The winner will receive $10,000 for themselves, and $15,000 for their association.
Colonial First State is also offering funding support for local junior sports clubs and teams.
Through our quarterly Sports Boost your team or club have the chance to win a $1,500 boost.
Matthew Hauser - National Talent Academy athlete
Brittany Dutton - nationaltalent academy athlete & youth olympic champion