On Saturday 26 March, My Local Health presented the very first Sports Expo for the Ipswich community at the Ipswich Turf Club.
A huge variety of sports and wellness organisations took part with demonstrations, information stalls and giveaways. Gravity Fitness provided ongoing displays of incredible aerial feats on the silks, hoop and pole, while Smile and Move got kids busy shooting hoops, and the Queensland Sled Dog Racing club showed the skills of their four-legged members.
Visitors could also check out City Cave Ipswich, F45 Ipswich/Karalee, GKR Karate, Goodna Netball Association, Gravity Fitness, Guild of Roller Derby, Heart Out Muay Thai, Hiit Republic, Ipswich Basketball Association, Ipswich BMX Club, Ipswich Cats AFC, Ipswich Cycling Club, Ipswich Eagles AFC, Ipswich Grammar School Swim Club, Ipswich Stinger Softball Club, Jodie Lorraine Photography, Loz Life, Orion Family Physiotherapy, Plus Fitness North Ipswich, Project Me by Kayla, Rackley Swimming, Realvision Life Coaching, Sled Dog Racing Queensland, Smile and Move, Sports 1st Aid Services, Thistles Ladies Hockey Club, Vida Free Clothing and the West Moreton Academy of Martial Arts.
Visitors could meet and chat with St Edmund’s Swim Academy/Club where Olympian Leah Neale started her swimming career.
West Bremer Radio also caught up with special guest, Olympian Leah Neale, who popped by the stage for a chat about the upcoming Commonwealth Games and World Championships.
Olympian Leah Neale