Feel like trying out pole vault?
All ages from 7 years to adults
Mondays 5pm or 6pm, Tuesdays 5pm, Fridays 5pm, Sundays 11am,
during school Term
Where: Sydney Academy of Sport – Narrabeen
Join the squad and I’ll use my knowledge and experience of the French pole vault school to assist.
BEGINNER: we start from scratch with basic skills in the sandpit and learn how to use a pole.
INTERMEDIATE: learn to use the pole in the pole vault pit and the technique to perform a full articulate jump.
ADVANCED: work on detailed technique to improve performance.
10 week Term $250 (1 jumping session/ week + S&C and Speed training program provided)
Under 14: $200 (1 jumping session/ week)
Casual session: $35
The price does not include the access fee to the Narrabeen track of $6.5/day.
Wet/ smoky weather: Pole Vault specific skills training indoor setting (Frenchs Forest).
Check out the POLE VAULT School Holiday Clinics
For beginner and intermediate
Athlete’s Corner Pole Vault Squad
- Philippa Wight (Master) 2.35m – 2022 World Championships bronze medallist, Oceania, Australian & NSW Champion, +55 Oceania & NSW Records
- Sophie Harden (U17) 1.80m
- Claudia Barlow (U17) 2.00m
- Zarah Cramer (U18) 2.00m
- Mae Herring (U15) 1.60m
- Abbie Lang (U14)
- Elise Gassama (U14)
- Naomi Gibson (U18) 3.00m – 2022 NSW Champion
- Elysha Pawsey (U18) 1.80m
- Kaitlyn Martin (U16)
- Zara Pawsey (U16) 1.80m
- Jacqueline Pawsey (U14)
- Mya Kearns (U20) 2.40m
- Ilse Way (Master) 2.60m – 2022 Australian +40 Vice Champion
- Akari Mena Barreto (U18) 2.20m
- James Harden (U18) 3.00m – 2022 NSW Champion
- Ryan Marshall (U23) 4.12m
- Eliah Chemillier (U14) 1.92m – 2022 Australian Vice Champion & NSW Champion
- Daniel Photios (U17) 3.20m – 2022 Australian Vice Champion & NSW Champion
- Xavier Hennessey (U17) 2.60m – 2022 Australian bronze medallist
- Teddy Hampton (U16) 2.20m – 2022 NSW Champion
- Steven Barlow (Master) 2.60m – 2022 NSW Champion +45
- Ollie Benson (U20) 2.40m
- Jimmy Thebridge (U15) 2.20m
- Daniel Cox (U15) 2.00m
- Saxon Lorenz (U18) 2.30m
- Trevor Wakeman (Master) 2.35m
- Jack Wrightson (U23) 2.50m