We’re on the hunt for our next Olympic medalists.

Are you an elite athlete between 15 and 29 years of age? Think you have what it
takes to slide on ice at over 130km/h?

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Bobsled & Skeleton Australia athletes have won 69 medals across all tiers of international competition, that’s impressive for a hot nation like ours. To date, our most successful athletes have been discovered through a number of sports which complement the skills required to complete at the highest level of sliding sports.

When these skills are combined with a dedication grow and be a team player, incredible things have been achieved on the ice. Do you have what it takes to become our next Olympic Medalist? Let’s find out.

Schedule

Events & Locations
Dates
Queensland Academy of Sport High Performance Centre

Aug 27

2022
Venue:
Queensland Academy of Sport High Performance Centre
Address:
Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre, Kessels Rd, Nathan QLD 4111
Date:
August 27, 2022
Time:
10:00am - 4:00pm
Age Group:
16 - 30 Years of age
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2022
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16 - 30 Years of age
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2022
Venue:
To be announced
Address:
Date:
Time:
Age Group:
16 - 30 Years of age

Testing protocols

At the #PushBeyond 2026 National Talent Search Combines, our sport science team will assess your speed, power, explosiveness, and ability to be coached and how well you can adapt to the requirements of sliding sports.

The combine itself will consist of the following events.

15m Sprint
30m Sprint
45m Sprint
30m Sprint (Fly)

Broad Jump
Shot Toss
Vertical Jump

Athletes who attend the camp will have the opportunity to be invited to a national development camp in Canberra and put themselves in the running potentially be selected for a spot on the national team or continue their progression in North America, where they will reintroduced to life on ice.