Aaron Nottle is a BMX cyclist who was awarded a Scholarship within the 2014 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program, he was paired with Liane Tooth OAM as his Mentor.
Aaron was born in Forrestfield, Western Australia, in 1996 and began riding and racing BMX bikes from a very young age. Such was his potential and passion for racing that his family moved to Perth to offer him more opportunities.
In 2009 Aaron was crowned the 13 years boys National Champion and was ranked number 3 in the world for his age group and continued to win races throughout his state for the next few years. In 2012, he became the 16 years boys National Champion, and the following year won the National Junior Elite Championship in his first year in this division.
Aaron continued to train and race, while obtaining qualifications as a boilermaker, and in coaching. He shared his knowledge with young riders throughout the country and was crowned Santini Junior Male BMX Cyclist of the Year at the Cycling Australia Awards, as well as participating in three World Championships.
Honours & Achievements
- 2009: 13 years boys National Champion.
- 2012: 16 years boys National Champion.
- 2013: National Junior Elite Championship Winner.
- 2014: Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship Holder.