St Paul's News
State Winners for two St Paul’s Sport Aerobic teams
Date: July 12, 2021
After months of early morning training, two Sport Aerobics teams from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School recently returned home as State Champions after winning their divisions at the recent School Aerobics State Final held at The Arena in Geelong.
As State Champions, teams The Saintly Ladies and The Saintly Angels have both qualified to compete at the national championships.
As the largest Sport Aerobic competition in Australia, School Aerobics is open to both primary and secondary students, proving to be a popular co-curricular activity over the years.
The girls have worked extremely hard over the last few months being coached and mentored by past St Paul’s students and Alumnae, Jemma Douglas and Bella Fraser, who have both experienced the thrill of competing at the nationals.
The girls and coaches are delighted about the results and effort each and every student has put in. In a combined statement, Bella Fraser (Coach) and Tayla Clark (Year 8 Saintly Angels) said, “After an amazing day of competing at the Geelong Arena, we were ecstatic to hear both our aerobics teams had won gold in their sections to become state champions. This great result comes from training hard all year and being committed to improving strength, fitness and routines. We are very proud of our achievements and thankful for the opportunity to go to the nationals.”
The St Paul’s students are eager to pursue their potential at the School Aerobics Australian National Championships on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 August at the Gold Coast Convention Centre in Queensland.