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the academy

Developing tomorrow's champions


The South West Academy of Sport supports young athletes in the South West region of Australia to reach their potential.

An individual scholarship program and talent development pathways in Australian Rules Football, hockey and netball give local athletes the best possible chance of making it to the top of their sport.

Access to top tier coaches, specialist training and services such as sports psychology and nutrition round out the program and present athletes with the skills to build a long and rewarding career in sport.

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Sign up for this year's SWAS-Telstra Fun Run Relay


After a successful debut in 2015, the SWAS –Telstra Fun Run Relay is set to return bigger and better on Sunday May 29.

Don't miss your chance to be part of the action − Sign up a team or yourself today!

You can register for the 10 kilometre run as an individual or team of four. Individuals can also walk or run the five kilometre event. Register here.



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