Alex Manly is a professional cyclist who rides for Australia on the track and for Australian professional women's road team Mitchelton-SCOTT. She is the current World and Commonwealth Games champion in the Team Pursuit and World Champion in the Women's Point Race. She won Gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018 and Gold in the World Championships in Poland in 2019. Prior to this she is a dual Junior World Champion on the track (Individual Pursuit & Team Pursuit 2014) and a Junior World Bronze medallist on the road (Time Trial 2013 & 4th in 2014). Her first year in the senior ranks saw her claim gold in the Team Pursuit at the Track Cycling World Cup in Cali January 2015. She is also the current U23 National Time Trial & Road Race champion.
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Alexandra Bozovic is a professional Australian tennis player. She is ranked 393rd in the world and 21st in Australia. Inspired by Monica Seles she started playing at the age of 8. Alexandra made her Grand Slam main-draw debut after winning the 2020 Australian Open Wildcard Playoff, granting her a wildcard into the 2020 Australian Open women's doubles event alongside Amber Marshall.
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Alexandra is Australia's leading rhythmic gymnast. Her first breakthrough in the sport was in 2012, when at the age of 10 Alexandra won her first National Title. At the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, she was the youngest member of Australian Gymnastics Team and became the youngest Rhythmic Gymnast in 20 years to win an individual medal at the event. She won 2 bronze medals. Currently Alexandra is ranked number 1 in Oceania. At only 16 years of age her journey has just begun.
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Alix Verge first played Croquet for NSW in 2007. In 2009 she was selected for both the Association Croquet Trans-Tasman Test series and as Australian representative in the Women’s World Golf Croquet Championship which she won, becoming Australia’s first croquet world champion. In 2010 Alix became the only woman to have won the Australian Gold Medal, our premier GC competition. Since then Alix has been the Australian Women’s Association Singles Champion 3 times and was a member of the hugely successful Trans-Tasman Team of 2018. Having come to the sport through injury and suffering multiple spinal surgeries Alix relies on her Ergoflex for rest and recovery.
Adelaide-born Annette Edmondson is a professional cyclist who races on both the track and on the road. Annette is a 3x World Champion, Team Pursuit World Record Holder, Olympic Medallist and a Commonwealth Champion. She won gold and silver medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and also competed at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, where she won bronze in the women’s omnium (2012). She won gold in both the Omnium and Team Pursuit at the 2015 Track World Championships and in 2018 she won gold and bronze at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. In 2019 she became Team Pursuit Wolrd Champion in Poland. She is also a Tour Down Under stage winner.
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Chelsea Pitman is one of the most experienced netball players in the world after playing for clubs in Australia, England and New Zealand. She currently plays with the Adelaide Thunderbirds in the Suncorp Super Netball competition. She is predominately a wing attack, but can also play goal attack. In 2011 she won the World Netball Championships in Singapore, playing for the Australian Netball Diamonds. In 2017 Pitman was selected into the England National Netball Team through her Yorkshire-born father and in 2018 won gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
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Daniel Repacholi is an Australian sports shooter, from Victoria. He has competed at a three Olympic Games in the 10-metre air pistol and the 50-metre free pistol, debuting in 2004 at Athens at the age of 22. In 2010, Daniel won a bronze medal in the men’s 10m air pistol at the Delhi Commonwealth Games. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, he won gold in the 10m air rifle gold and bronze in 50m air rifle and in 2018 he won Commonwealth Games gold in the men’s 50 metre pistol final.
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Dane Alex Bird-Smith (aka TheBirdman) is Australia’s famous racewalking athlete. He competes in the 20 kilometres race walk where he is the Australian and Commonwealth record holder. Dane competed at the 2016 Rio Olympics, where he was bronze medallist. He has represented Australia at the World Championships in Athletics three times (2013, 2015, 2017) and in 2018 he won the gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in the 20km walk. He is also the son of former Australian Olympic walker David Smith.
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Gabi Simpson is an Australian netball player and is considered one of the best defensive midcourt players in the world. She is the current captain of the Queensland Firebirds and since joining in 2013 she has made four grand final appearances and won two championships. In 2017 she received the Liz Ellis Diamond Award, one of the highest accolades an Australian netballer can receive and was named vice-captain of the Australian national team. She was part of the Australian squad that won silver at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
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England Rugby star James Haskell has racked up seventy-seven appearances for his country during his sixteen-year professional career. Currently at Northampton Saints in the English Premiership, James’ club career has seen him play around the world, including two spells at Wasps. James is also a high-profile fitness influencer, with a popular website, Youtube channel and several successful books on healthy living. Ergoflex has been part of James’ strict training regime since early 2017.
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Jessica Fox is a double Olympic medal winning and 7x world champion slalom canoeist. She qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where she made her Olympic debut winning a silver medal in the K1 event. She won a bronze medal in the same event four years later in Rio. In 2018 Jessica became the most successful paddler of all time when she won the C1 & K1 World Cup and gold in both events at the World Championships. She has already begun the 2019 Olympic qualification season in style winning one gold, two silver and one bronze at the Sydney International.
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Kate Moloney is an Australian professional netballer and captain of the Melbourne Vixens in the Suncorp Super Netball league. Kate made her domestic league netball debut for the Vixens in 2013 and was appointed captain of the team four years later. The midcourter led her Melbourne Vixens team to the minor premiership in her first year as captain. She also plays for the Australia national netball team and made her debut in 2017. In 2019 she helped the Australian Diamonds lift their third consecutive Quad Series trophy.
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Kristina Clonan is an Australian professional cyclist. Originally from Queensland she now resides in Adelaide and is part of the National Cycling Team. She is the current national U23 Criterium champion and in 2018 claimed the Oceania and National Madison titles with Macey Stewart, in addition to a host of national podium appearances. She also rode in the women's scratch event at the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.
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Kurtis Marschall is a bold new star of Australian athletics. Kurtis is a professional pole vaulter and won gold in the Men’s pole vault at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. He came fourth at the 2018 world indoor championships after jumping 5.8 metres and finished the international season with the sixth-best average leap. In Rio, he made his Olympic debut at just 19 years of age and off a short preparation. His idol is Steve Hooker, arguably Australia’s best male field athlete of all time.
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Lauren is a leading Australian track endurance cyclist based in Tasmania, Australia. She rides for TIS Women's Racing team in the Australian National Road Series. Lauren is a 2 x Junior World Champion, 2 x Junior worlds bronze medalist, World Cup gold medallist, and 4 x elite national champion cyclist. When not racing she is cofounder of a non for profit program which aims to "Inspire the Aspiring to Be More" through in school workshops and mentoring.
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Lucien Delfour is a French-Australian slalom canoeist born in Papeete, French Polynesia. Delfour started canoeing at age 8. He had his first international podium finish in 2006 when he won silver in the European Junior Championships in France. First representing France, Lucien moved and began representing Australia in 2010. He is a K1 5× World Cup medalist and also competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro where he placed 17th in the K1 event. Earlier this year he won silver in the men's K1 final at the Sydney International.
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Maddy Gough is an Australian swimmer. She competed in the women's 1500 metre freestyle at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships in South Korea, where she finished in fifth place in the final. In 2021, she made her Olympic debut at the Tokyo games. She qualified for the final of the 1500m and finished in 8th place. She is the first Australian woman to compete in this event at an Olympic Games.
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Mariafe is an Australian beach volleyball player. She was the U23 World Champion and is the current 2018 Australian Champion. After winning gold at the Asian Continental Cup Final in late June 2016, Mariafe made her Olympic debut in 2016 in Rio. In 2018 she won silver at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games with her partner Taliqua Clancy. Both Mariafe and Taliqua are also 2018 Asian Beach Volleyball Champions, 4x Tour Gold medal winners and ranked 11th in the world.
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Maya Stewart is an emerging star of women's rugby in Australia. Regarded as a try-scoring machine Maya currenlty plays for the NSW Waratahs in the Super W premiership. Exceptionally fast, and strong, Maya has already represented Australia A and is part of the Wallaroo’s squad.
Michelle Heyman is a professional soccer player who has previously played for W-League teams Central Coast Mariners, Sydney FC, Canberra United, Adelaide United as well as the Western New York Flash in the American National Women's Soccer League. Heyman has represented Australia since 2010, playing at the 2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup, the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics.She was awarded the W-League Golden Boot and was named Julie Dolan Medal winner in 2009.
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Noemie Fox is an Australian slalom canoeist. She has won two medals in the C1 team event at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships with a gold in 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships and a silver in 2017 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships. Noemie is sister to Jessica Fox, Olympic Gold Medallist and Ergoflex ambassador.
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Olympia Aldersey is an Australian rower from Adelaide. Born during the opening ceremony of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, her parents named her Olympia. At age 15 she took up rowing. in 2012 she was crowned U23 World Champion in the women’s quad sculls and since then has won Gold, Silver and Bronze at multiple World Championships in the double and quad sculls. She made her Olympic debut in 2016 in Rio competing in the Women's Eight and scull teams. In 2018 Olympia, along with Rowena Meredith, Caitlin Cronin and Genevieve Horton won their B-Final in comfortable style to conclude their World Championships ranked seventh in the world.
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Tay-Leiha Clark is an Australian athlete and one of our rising Triple Jump, and Long Jump talents. At the age of 16 and the youngest in the field, Tay won the silver medal at the Youth Olympics for the Triple Jump. The 20-year old now is a full-time athlete working hard to develop her technique and strength, and be competitive at a senior international level. In 2017 she won silver for the Triple Jump at the Australian Championships.
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