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women in sport
At the Speed Academy we’ve helped our women win awards nationally. We tailor the program to suit athletics or sport and it produces the greatest results. We are very proud to help our ladies get the respect they deserve.
Ramjet Track Club is our elite track program. The squad is filled with youth and veteran athletes of both genders, all of them are focused on straight line speed, whether it be on track or sand. The squad has won the last 8 NSW Athletic League premierships. This is our flagship squad.
Sub 11 refers to running sub 11 seconds over 100m. The squad started off modestly with 3 athletes and has now grown into our elite squad for field or court athletes. It’s focus is to make you faster and more agile player. Its programs roots are in athletics but modified for field sports. The elite of all sports train in this squad. It is the most popular field or court players speed squad in Australia.
one on one or groups
All the coaches have been brought through the Roger Fabri Speed Academy athletics system. Our coaches not only coach the program they all participate in the program. We believe this what sets our coaches apart. Whilst we have a very young team all of them have over 5 years experience as an athlete and have only ever been exposed to the Academys philosophies.
Junior Speed Academy
The Junior Speed Academy caters for children of primary school ages and runs for 10 weeks within the school terms. We teach educated sprint mechanics so your child can be the fastest they can be on the track or on the field. This is for parents who don’t just want their kids to run from A to B but be taught the correct way to run fast in an environment that’s fun and safe. Rogers Academy prides itself on a firm but fun and inclusive culture which will be instilled into the Juniors. Junior Academy is open to children ages 6 to 12 years old. Sessions are in Centennial Park, McKay Oval on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 4.30pm.
Mini Speed Academy
Introducing the toddler academy, running is the most exposed movement in any sport and its overlooked and taken as a given, learning functional movement patterns at a young age is the recipe for success.