The primary aim of the high performance program is to provide additional opportunity to selected WRAS graduate athletes who have competed at state, national or international level, to allow them to continue to progress successfully to the next level of representation.

The 2022 high performance program will run from November 2021 to July 2022. Athletes will graduate from the program at the 2022 Presentation Night in August.

Nominations for the 2021 high-performance program are now closed, to nominate your interest for the 2022 program click here.

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Nomination for the high performance program is by invitation only from the WRAS office.

Athletes must have previously been selected to represent their sport at state level or above and live or attend school in the western region.

Programs are tailored to suit the needs of each athlete. Examples of program benefits to athletes include:

  • Strength and conditioning/Injury prevention screenings and programs
  • Speed and agility training
  • Sports science fitness testing
  • Educational seminars

Daniel Googe (Cycling)
Kalinda Robinson (Cycling)