Ready to represent WA at the Australian Roller Sports National Artistic Championships

Artistic roller skater Madison Bright will be sure to break out her crowd-pleasing samba routine when she glides on to the rink at this year’s nationals.

“It’s just really fun, it’s like a party kind of thing. You just have to involve the audience and perform with them. It’s a just a fun thing to do,” she said.

The 16-year-old schoolgirl is winning over judges and crowds alike with her talent and skilled routines as she competes at events around the world.

She most recently added to her ever-growing collection of medals when she took home gold in both the junior international women’s figures and dance categories at state championships earlier this month.

Her dazzling performance at the state titles was what led to her being given the opportunity to represent Western Australia at the Australian Roller Sports National Artistic Championships taking place in Queensland from June 30 to July 5.

Bright, who placed third in junior international women’s dance and fourth in figures at the trials for the World Roller Games last month, is familiar with high-level competition.

Not only will this year mark the Dalyellup College student’s fifth stint at nationals, but she has proven herself against some of the planet’s best at international tournaments.

Bright enjoys the distinction of being the first artistic roller skater to be part of the South West Academy of Sport’s individual athlete support program.