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Elite Athlete Development

TrewExPhys and its Elite Athlete Development Program has seen them working with athletes in Australia and abroad, from the grass roots level to National Representation. We at TrewExPhys know what it takes to develop an athlete that is ready to take their natural talent and sporting capabilities to the next level. We take a functional approach to all of our athletes and make longevity our prime motivator when designing a program and working with an athlete.

We have worked with a number of athletes and seen them compete on the world stage in a number of sports such as Swimming, Triathlon, Netball, Baseball, and Tennis and continue to strive to bring a dynamic and evolving process to our programs.

No athlete is ever the same and no program we design is ever the same, so if you are or are the parent of an aspiring athlete and wish to compete at your best and beyond there is no other place to look for all of your Elite Development needs

If you are looking to take your natural born talent to the next level and be playing at your best for years to come then give us a call today to discus how we can help.

Athletes We Have or Are Working With:

Melissa Tapper: Melissa ‘Milly’ Tapper is one of Australia’s best table tennis players and became the first Australian Paralympic (London 2012) athlete to qualify for an Australian able-bodied national team (Glasgow 2014). Read more on Milly at her website, www.melissatapper.com

Sanonu Robertson: Nonu Robertson is a GK for the Samoan National Netball team and has represented them for many years seeing her compete at a number of events around the world including the Commonwealth Games and a number of world cups.

Amy Cockerton: Amy was born to swim and swim she did, jumping in the pool from the young age of 5 and never looked back. Amy competed at the national level for many years seeing her win a number of State Championships and a National Championship in the 50m Backstroke. This saw her being selected for her first Australian team in 2011 which had her compete at the World University Games as well as being a VIS Athlete for many years