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Over the past five years, judo has undergone one of the most significant transformations in Australian sport which now sees the national body, Judo Australia, as a highly effective and capable national sporting organisation which is delivering outstanding outcomes both on and off the mat.
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Sport Business snapshot with General Manager of Sport Business, Andrew Larratt.
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Move It AUS Grants - Success Stories
COMMUNITY SPORT INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM
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Community Sport Infrastructure Grant Program
Grant program: Participation Grant
Grant amount: $200,000
The partnership of drummond street services, Playgroup Victoria and Hullaballoo Music for All have used their funding to create a tailored music and dance program [MoveIt4kids] to get parents and kids physically active. The program will be delivered in childcare centres/playgroup across Victoria and Tasmania and encourages all Australian’s to ‘find their 30’
Grant program: Better Ageing
Project type/title: Walking Basketball
Grant amount: $1,035,000
You’ve probably heard of the Australian Boomers basketball team, but in Victoria, the Baby Boomers are the team to beat. They’re a team of walking basketballers – and they play a game that’s enjoyed a recent explosion in popularity across the state. What may be surprising is the average age of participants – 75 years young.