Ormiston trampolinist bounces into Birmingham - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views
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Fifteen-year-old Ormiston boy Hudson Brown is about to jet off to Birmingham, UK, to represent Australia at the upcoming Trampoline World Age Championships. Hudson will participate in both individual trampolining and synchronised trampolining, earning his selection due to consistently excellent performances throughout the year.

His achievements this year include winning a silver medal in the Under 17s division at the Australian Championships and clinching a gold medal in synchronised trampoline while representing Australia at a Trans-Tasman competition in New Zealand.

Hudson has also just been named as a recipient of a Game Set Match scholarship from Green and Gold Athletes Australia, an initiative founded by Nat Cook OAM OLY that aims to support and mentor young elite athletes on their journey to success.

Hudson’s passion for this sport ignited when he joined Carindale PCYC at the age of seven. He has been diligently coached by Anna Platt, who has been instrumental in preparing him for this significant next step in his journey.

Hudson has big dreams of competing in the 2032 Olympics to be held in Brisbane, which is an ambitious and costly undertaking. To support this young athlete and help him achieve his dreams, a fundraising initiative in partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation has been launched.

The funds raised will primarily be allocated to cover various travel expenses, including airfare, accommodation, and transportation to multiple competitions and training camps. This championship represents Hudson’s debut on the global stage, and your support will play a crucial role in helping him realise his aspirations. For more details, go to: https://asf.org.au/projects/help-hudson-fly-2023

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