High Performance
Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Jamieson Leeson on track for Tokyo 2020

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Jamieson Leeson, our 2019 Pathway to Paralympic recipient is on track for selection to her first Paralympic Games, with an announcement expected within weeks.

We caught up with Leeson recently, who described how happy she was with recent training and the preparation for Tokyo.

Leeson, has progressed through the ranks of Boccia, and is now part of the High Performance team training for Tokyo. After winning the NSW championships late last year, Leeson has been training three times a week, 5 hours a day at the new training venue within Sydney Olympic Park training three days a week When she's not able to train at the HP centre, she's interacting virtually with her Coach from her base in Dunedoo, NSW.

Boccia's Head coach Ken Halliday now has the resources to provide live stream video training through the Paralympic Connect platform which allows Leeson to maximise her preparation every day.

We are all with you Jamieson and can't wait to see you represent Australia in the green and gold at Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

Photo credit: Boccia Australia


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