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CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE WELCOMES NEW ... - Basketball Australia

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE WELCOMES NEW SCHOLARSHIP ATHLETES FOR 2021. Basketball Australia (BA) is pleased to announce four athletes selected to join BA’s Centre of Excellence (CoE) and NBA Global Academy (NBA GA) programs for 2021. The two elite programs, based out of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra, will welcome Rory Hawke (CoE), Max Mackinnon (CoE), Lachlan Olbrich (CoE) and Yaak Yaak (NBA GA) as new scholarship holders.

Centre of Excellence (CoE) | Basketball Australia

Dedicated to the development of future Boomers and Opals, the scholarship athletes are exposed to the country’s elite service providers and world-class facilities based at the AIS in Canberra. The program takes a holistic approach to the development of elite international athletes and integrates education, basketball services, sports science and personal excellence into its daily training environment.

Basketball Australia announce CoE scholarship recipients ...

Basketball Australia’s High Performance team have offered scholarships to six junior athletes to join the women’s Centre of Excellence (CoE) program at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). Representing Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and Tasmania, the mid-year scholarship recipients will begin their six month training program this July.

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE WELCOMES NEW ... - Basketball Australia

centre of excellence welcomes new scholarship athletes Posted on Thursday, August 20th, 2020 by maddisonpettit Basketball Australia is proud to announce on behalf of the organisation’s Centre of Excellence (CoE) the most recent athletes to join the CoE program.

CoE New Scholarship Athlete Announcement | Basketball Australia

CoE Women | Congratulations to Alana Goodchild (BNSW) our newest Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence scholarship athlete. Read more ›. Kristen Veal, Head Coach of the Women’s Program, expressed that, “Alana Goodchild is a strong, versatile athlete with an excellent foundation to build upon. Alana is a dynamic, high-achieving individual who will not only thrive in, but help drive the elite daily training environment.

Josh Dent receives scholarship to NBA ... - australia.basketball

August 26, 2021. At just 16-years-old, up and comer Joshua Dent will join Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence (CoE) program as the next NBA Global Academy (GA) scholarship recipient. Hailing from Wollongong, New South Wales, Dent wowed selectors and coaches earlier this year at the Australian Under 18 Junior Championships.

Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence Welcomes Five New ...

Posted on Friday, December 20th, 2019by Basketball Australia. Basketball Australia would like to announce on behalf of the Centre of Excellence (CoE) the most recent group of athletes to receive scholarships for 2020. The CoE is a program that brings together the best young players from around Australia to live and train together in a high-performance environment with the assistance of elite coaches.

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE WELCOMES FOUR NEW ... - Basketball Australia

centre of excellence welcomes four new scholarship holders for 2019 Posted on Wednesday, November 21st, 2018 by Basketball Australia Four exciting new additions to Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence (CoE) have been announced by the women's program for 2019.

Loughridge Lands AIS Scholarship - South Gippsland Sentinel-Times

DALLAS Loughridge has earned a scholarship to the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence (COE) at the Australian Institute of Sport. The basketball star from Bena has moved to Canberra to take part in the program that has helped shape the likes of Liz Cambage and Matthew Dellevadova. But the achievements don’t stop there. She’s also been selected to the Australian Under 19s team who will be chasing gold at the World Cup in Hungary next month.