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A list of athletes that received Country Athlete Scholarship recipients for 2012
Regional athletes working towards representing Western Australia, and ultimately Australia, may be eligible for funding assistance.
The Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR) is urging people seeking further professional development in the sport and recreation industry to apply for the Dr Heather MacGowan OAM Scholarship.
Some of the biggest names in surfing were in the South West last week as part of the Telstra Drug Aware Pro in Margaret River.
As 11-time World Champion Kelly Slater prepares to compete in Western Australia’s premier surfing event, the 2012 Telstra Drug Aware Pro, 41 of WA’s best junior surfers will be working towards their big break in the Grom Prix.
Equestrian Western Australia has credited the Developing Champions Program (formerly the Gifted Athlete Program) as a contributor to a history-making year for the sport last year.
The recent Mid West Sports Awards was also a celebration of the region's 2011 Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarship recipients.
If you want to know the next big names in sport, look no further than this year’s Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarship recipients.
They’re young, sporty and talented and have what it takes to compete at national level. Northam athletes Jake Duperouzel and Toby Fillingham were recently selected to compete for Western Australia in their respective sports.
The Department of Sport and Recreation and Healthway have again helped young Wheatbelt athletes tap into the funding pool as part of this year’s Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarships.
Some of the Mid West's best young athletes have received help to crank their achievements up another notch in the form of a Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarship.
South West athletes and coaches will be recognised for their hard work and potential next month.
Sixteen individuals from eight State Sporting Associations (SSAs) have been supported to pursue development opportunities as a coach, official, administrator, practitioner or support personnel through the 2010 High Performance Scholarships.
Congratulations to the Peel athletes awarded Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarships for 2010. Forty-one athletes from the region have been awarded scholarships this year out of a pool of about 250 applications State-wide
The High Performance/Regional Coaching and Officiating and Professional Development/Leadership Scholarships are part of the Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR) overall commitment to developing and supporting coaches, officials, administrators and practitioner/support personnel and part of the Coaching and Officiating Excellence Program.
The Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation is offering financial support to motivated, aspiring young females across Australia to help them realise their dreams in sporting, academic, cultural or community pursuits.
The Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS) is proud to again be facilitating the offering of up to $45,000 in sports scholarships per year from the D’Arcy Slater Foundation.
If you want to know who will be the next big names in Wheatbelt sport, then look no further than this year’s successful Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarship recipients.
If you want to know who will be the next big names in Goldfields sport, then look no further than this year’s successful Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarship recipients.
Current and past Emerging Leaders and Career Development Program scholarship holders gathered for a networking function on Friday 8 May 2009.
On Friday 27 February the Department of Sport and Recreation recognised its successful 2009 scholarship recipients for the Emerging Leaders Program at a networking breakfast at Subiaco Oval.
Every industry needs competent, contemporary leaders. Our department is investing significant funding into its emerging leaders through scholarships offered as part of the Western Australian Sport and Recreation Emerging Leaders Program.
The Department of Sport and Recreration (DSR) in partnership with Healthway is launching a new and improved Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarship Program for 2009/10.
The Department of Sport and Recreation's Smarter than Smoking Country Sport Scholarships program was a finalist in the Healthway Excellence in Health Promotion Awards for 2008.
Young athletes from the Peel region had their wish for funding granted in June when the Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR), in partnership with Healthway, presented its annual Smarter than Smoking Country Sport and Regional Coach/Official scholarships.
It’s official – eight Western Australian sporting officials have shared in $30,000 in funding as part of the Department of Sport and Recreation’s High Performance Officiating Scholarships program.
The Dr Heather MacGowan, OAM, Scholarship recognises the life's work and achievements of an inspirational and extraordinary woman.
The Country Athlete Scholarship program is a DSR initiative to support talented regional athletes in their pursuit of state and national representation.
Scholarships provide opportunities for people to develop professionally in their chosen field.
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