Little Athletics NSW (LANSW) is proud to announce a 12-month partnership extension with Kumon, Tensegrity Sports Clinics and Raw C for 2024.
Kumon and LANSW go into 2024 for a consecutive third year as partners, made even more significant with them being named the naming rights partners of the 2023/24 Kumon Primary School Carnival.
The supplementary after school program provides children with the tools to be their best in the classroom through an individual based approach, unlocking one’s full potential. These skills learnt in Kumon Centres across the State result in independence and increased self-esteem as students develop the confidence to take on new challenges and achieve them, by themselves.
Since coming on as a major partner in 2022, Kumon have attended countless events supporting and providing children with information on how they can achieve PBs in the classroom. LANSW is thrilled to have Kumon support our athletes for another year and look forward to the Kumon Primary School Carnival in August.
Tensegrity & Raw C
This sentiment is echoed through the continuation of partnership with Tensegrity Sports Clinics and Raw C.
The pair enter their second consecutive year of partnership providing extreme value and care for all LANSW athletes. With Tensegrity already conducting educational sessions to our LEAP Camp participants, administering complimentary sports care at Zone, Regional and State events and being named the official sports medical team for the NSW Australian Little Athletics Championship (ALAC) team, LANSW cannot wait to have them supporting our athletes for another year. This support is furthered by the provision of Raw C at all upcoming Zone, Region and State events.
In 2024, Raw C are again providing all Zone, Region, and State events samples of their hydrating coconut water to ensure all athletes can perform at their best.
CEO Chris Giles says how thrilled he is to see the continuation of these partnerships for another season, raising the level and increasing the experience for all LANSW Athletes. “Little Athletics is reliant on the support of our partners to help us provide participation and growth opportunities to our 38,000 members across the state. We are grateful for the ongoing support of these partners and both the financial and in-kind resources that they provide to our organisation and to our members”