Future Champions Strategy
As a nation, Australians pride ourselves on our sporting champions delivering exceptional performances on the world stage and inspiring the next generation of aspiring athletes. As the largest jurisdiction in the country, NSW plays a pivotal role in developing these athletes to reach and fulfil their potential.
Through the development of the FUTURE CHAMPIONS strategy, the NSW Government seeks to influence and connect all relevant system partners and resources within the NSW pathways system towards this common goal.
Key system partners
NSW athletes are fortunate to be supported by a vast number of support organisations and individuals who work across the region to provide multiple services, resources and facilities to our pathway performers. While these are the Key System Partners, there are many organisations working with NSW athletes to assist them in their journey. These include: sporting clubs (both professional and not for profit) and public & private schools.
Case Studies are used throughout the Strategy to illustrate good examples of the actions and concepts under each Key Driver.
We plan to continue to showcase good examples of strategy in action as the project is implemented. If you have a good example demonstrating a recommendation or principle from Future Champions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
AFL Sports Ready
Australian Sports Foundation
FTEM Coaching Outcomes and Best Practices
FTEM NSW Sports Workshop
New Zealand Prime Minister Scholarships
NSW Office of Sport Parental Workshop
Pathway Development Coach Success
UniSport Elite Athlete Friendly Universities
University AON Rugby 7's
Future Champions at a glance
Future Champions has identified six drivers integral to high performance success, with the athlete at the centre. These six drivers allow for clear outcomes and recommendations specific to NSW athlete pathways. Each of these drivers will be individually explored.