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Pathways Program

Pathways Program

The Pathways Programs is SWINs priority program. It was created to further the sporting journeys of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people through assistance with the costs of competing, which can often exempt families from being able to send their young people to competition.

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SWIN 2U Mentoring

SWIN 2U Mentoring

The value of a strong mentor cannot be underestimated especially for up-and-coming athletes. This program teams young and talented Indigneous athletes with a dedicated Indigenous mentor to provide encouragement, support and guidance for the athletes personal and athletic development. This is one of the best ways to help recognise the possibilities, stay focussed on their goals and make positive lifestyle choices. Within the program, SWIN also aspires to bring athletes together for sporting academies and personal development camps.

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TRAX Sports Education Tours

TRAX Sports Education Tours

The TRAX sports Education Tours are often the only chance for students from small and remote schools to trial and experience new sports, and access coaching. The Tours, held over a week, offer primary school aged participants with quality coaching, inclusiveness and the ability to improve overall health and well-being through physical activity. It also provides sports administration workshops and in-service training for teachers, coaches, officials and club administrators to ensure ongoing participation is well supported in communities. The tours are strongly supported by the state and national sporting organisations whose development officers host many of the specialist clinics.

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Western Rivers Cup

Western Rivers Cup

The Western Rivers Cup is South West Queensland's only Indigenous regional cricket carnival. The past three carnivals have been a great success, and the 2016 event is shaping up to be even better. The 2016 event will attract 14 male teams, 5 female teams, 200 players, 25 team officials and 50 volunteers from across South West, South East and Central Queensland which will be held at Captain Cook Recreational Reserve in Toowoomba from Friday, 30 September to Sunday, 2 October 2016. The Carnival provides a great opportunity for Aboriginal men, women and their families to be active and healthy while enjoying a 'good yarn' among friends, fellow competitors and spectators.

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Billy Lids

Billy Lids

Billy Lids Program is currently on hiatus.

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