Cycling

Cycling

Want to take your Cycling to the next level?

The IAS Cycling Program is designed to support the developmental needs of the regions young talented cyclists by providing industry leading high-performance sport development programs. Scholarships are offered for a 12-month period commencing in October and concluding in September.The aim of the program is to provide additional skill development on top of club training.

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The program will provide coaching, training and competition to improve athlete development with a view to:

  • Develop the skill level of athletes which will enhance their opportunities for selection into national teams/squads and the NSWIS program as scholarship holders
  • Prepare athletes to a level where their transition to the NSWIS (NSW Institute of Sport) squad is ‘seamless’
  • Increase the level of success of those athletes at competition and events
  • Provide an introduction and progression into sport specific strength and conditioning
  • Provide education around athletic development as well as personal development in topics such as Nutrition, Sport Psychology, Media Skills / Public Speaking, Youth Leadership, Drugs in Sport
  • The program will conduct weekly skills based and strength and conditioning training to which attendance is expected

2019/20 Staff

Mick Marshall, Head Coach
Chloe  Heffernan, Assistant/Mentor Coach
Gavin Cliff, Manager

2019/20 Squad

Ryan Britten

Sarah Cliff

Harry Denington

Tahlia Dole

Maizy Evans

Jonah Hamer

Jack Harris

Harrison Johnston

Hugh Sessini

Luke Skelly

Emily Strumfin

Amelia Trkulja

Curtis Trkulja

Scholarship Components

Bike

Skill Development

Testing

Strength & Conditioning

Media Skills

Education Sessions


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2020/21 Scholarship

Athlete Eligibility

To be eligible for an IAS Cycling Scholarship, athletes must:

  • Reside within the Illawarra Region, Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama, Shoalhaven and Wingecarribee
  • Be a registered member of a cycling club affiliated with NSW Cycling
  • Between the ages of 14 to 18 at the beginning of the scholarship i.e. 14-18 years old in October 2020;

Special consideration may be given to cyclists outside the eligible age or who reside outside the SCG, subject to the approval of the IAS Board.


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2020/21 AFL Girls

Selection Criteria

Satisfy the eligibility criteria and demonstrate the following qualities;

  • Demonstrate through past performance and/or potential, the ability to reach or exceed a top 5 place at NSW Championships within 12 months
  • Physical abilities and physical skills considered to be essential for eventual success in cycling
  • Display attitude, commitment and dedication to improving performance
  • Display an ability to apply coaching & technical instruction
  • The ability or potential to work as part of a team to achieve excellence

NB: Subjectivity is an unavoidable element of selection to the IAS Cycling Squad.


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2020/21 Scholarship

Fees

The IAS is the only regional Academy to not charge an athlete levy to athletes successful in obtaining a scholarship. However, athletes may be required to contribute to some additional components of the program such as camps and tours.

Athletes will also be required to purchase the IAS Cycling squad uniform.

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