The Athletes with a Disability squad have proved their determination and adaptability this year. AWD Coach, Kurt Freeme, provides an insight into the past 12 months and how the Qube Ports Coach Development program has assisted him to get the best out of these talented athletes.

Congratulations to Jarred Dyer on winning the Brett Stibners Award for 2019-20 AWD Athlete of the Year, proudly supported by MoneyQuest Wollongong!

Jarred has become no stranger to the AWD Athlete of the Year recognition, with 2020 being his third consecutive AWD Brett Stibners Award. Jarred continues to go from strength to strength, with his achievements over the past 12 months gaining him selection on the Swimming Australia Para Development Squad and selection in the NSW Institute of Sport.  

Jarred received the Wollongong Lord MayorAward, for outstanding contribution to sport in the city of Wollongong. 

AWD Head Coach, Kurt Freeme said, Jarreis not only competitorbut he always demonstrates fairness and respect for his fellow athletes. Jarred will always go out of his way to support the younger athletes in the squadHe is a humble athlete who gives his best and supports others at all times. He demonstrates immense talent and will work hard on and off the field to ensure he performs at his best. 

 Congratulations Jarred we wish you all the best as you continue to strive for the Paralympics.  

Thanks to MoneyQuest Wollongong on their support of the Brett Stibners Award.

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