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Next Generation of Champions Awarded Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarships
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The Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s (SAHOF) vision is to preserve the history of Australian sport and to excite the next generation of Australians to achieve their potential in both sport and life and the SAHOF Scholarship and Mentoring Program is one opportunity to continue achieving this vision.

“Our Scholarship & Mentoring Program continues to exceed expectations and at the 28th Sport Australia Hall of Fame Annual Induction and Awards Gala Dinner on October 11, five new Scholarships with mentoring by SAHOF Members, were awarded. This represents the opportunity of a lifetime to draw on the experience and wisdom of our Members as their Mentors.” said John Bertrand AM, Chairman of The Sport Australia Hall of Fame.

As well as mentoring, each Scholarship recipient will receive return Etihad Airways international flights to assist with international competition experience and also a $5,000 cash grant to assist with their sporting expenses.

Four of the five recipients received their Scholarship in front of over 100 of Australia’s greatest sporting luminaries and a sell-out crowd of 1000 pax at the 2012 Gala Dinner where eight new Members were inducted into The Sport Australia Hall of Fame.

2012 – 2013 SAHOF Scholarship Recipients

Britteny Cox, (VIC) Mogul Skiing
Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games competitor & 2012 World Cup medallist

Mentor:
Sue Stanley

Alexander Edmondson, (SA) Cycling
Dual World Junior Track Champion and Member of the 2012 Australian Olympic Team

Mentor: Phil Smyth

Olivia Price, (NSW) Sailing
Silver Medallist, Match Racing, London 2012 Olympic Games (Skipper)

Mentor:  John Bertrand

Brad Shaw, (VIC), Motorcycling
Current leader of the Pirelli Road Race Series in the Superstock 600cc class. In 2010, rode in nine rounds of the Aprilia Superteens 125 Championship Series in UK.

Mentor: TBC

Jade Warrender, (NSW/WA), Hockey
Made her senior international debut for Australia in 2011 and withdrew from the 2012 Olympic Squad due to knee injury.

Mentor: Liz Ellis

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