Triathlon NSW is proud to announce, with the ongoing support of our naming rights partner Billigence, the third annual Billigence Talent ID Academy.
After a successful first and second year which saw upwards of 40 athletes put through their paces each year, Billigence have again jumped on board to support the future of our sport with a three-day multisport camp scheduled for early December.
Jana Kapr, Billigence CEO stated, "It is our pleasure to sponsor the 3rd Academy in a row. We are looking forward to welcoming new, talented athletes into the world of triathlon in NSW & ACT Regional and Pathway Programs".
The high-quality sporting facilities at Sydney Academy of Sport, Narrabeen will welcome athletes from all over the state for three days of exciting skills sessions with world class coaches. Participants will have two race opportunities at the end of the camp, with the chance to reflect and readjust with the coaches between the events.
Robyn Low-Hart Coach Education and Pathway Lead said “The Billigence Talent Identification Camp is a great opportunity for youth to be introduced to the sport of triathlon. The participants will get access to some education around the sport with the best coaches that the state has to offer. Athletes will come away from the camp with a skill set that can prepare them for future events”.
Triathlon NSW warmly invites all athletes aged 12-16 who can run, bike and swim and who are interested in trying triathlon or developing their skills, to register now for the Billigence Talent ID Academy Camp to be held on May 13-15th at the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation.
The Camp includes:
- Three-day live-in camp at SAS Narrabeen including food & accommodation
- Mentoring & coaching from some of Australia's best triathlon coaches
- Skill development sessions
- Held at the Sydney Academy of Sport & Recreation, utilising their high-quality sporting facilities
- Entry into onsite triathlon and aquathlon
For more information, please contact Robyn Low-Hart.
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