FORMER Lidcombe resident and Olympic high jumper Brandon Starc (pictured) will join some of the current and emerging Australian track and field stars who will be making special appearances at Little Athletics centres, including Holroyd, over the next two weeks for Coles Community Round.
BRANDON Starc will be dropping into Holroyd and Girraween Little Athletics centres this Friday to share training and nutrition tips with aspiring athletes.
As one of Coles and Little Athletics Australia ambassadors, Starc will be joining a group of 13 past, current and emerging Australian track and field stars who will be making special appearances at Little Athletics centres for Coles Community Round, where kids and families participate in activities such as dress ups, banana relays and shopping basket races.
Coles team members from stores across Australia will also be supporting their local Little Athletics centres with banana donations and visitations.
Coles Little Athletics Australia CEO Myles Forman said nearly 300 centres would be taking part in Coles Community Round this year, which has gone from strength to strength since it was introduced nationally in 2021.
“The Little Athletics Australia Ambassador program is all about inspiring and guiding young athletes across Australia and Coles Community Round provides a great opportunity for our ambassadors to do just that,” he said.