Sponsored Athletes at One Health Clinic

One Health Clinic is commited to supporting up and coming local athletes.

Our current sponsored athletes are:

Kye Anderson

Brendan Wood

Jessica Grant

Kye Anderson - Enduro motor cross

 

Kye began riding at the age of 11 on a DS80 and gradually progressed to larger bikes as he grew older.


When he was 15 dad brought home a brand new Yz250f and I started doing a few local club days at the Hastings Valley Motorcycle club and was hooked on competing there and then.

At the age of 17 I did a couple of NSW sprints.  This began his career in competition Enduro Motor Cross.

 

In 2008/9 Kye  progressed to 'expert class' in the Australian Offroad Championships and the NSW championships, which lead to him jumping into 'elite class' in 2011.

Come the next year 2008 I was working full time and decided to do the whole Australian Offroad Championship and NSW championships in clubman.

Battling injury in 2012 and riding with a broken wrist, Kye still managed 5th pro E3 in the AORC and 3rd in pro junior class in the NSW Champinoships.


Come 2013 Kye competed in the AORC,NSW sprint/x country championship, NSW enduro championship, selected QLD enduro rounds and most of all the ISDE (international six day enduro) held in Sardinia,Italy.

2014 Kye competed in the Australian Enduro x Championship, Australian Offroad Championship, NSW Enduro Championship, NSW Sprint/X Country Championship, Hattah desert race, Australian Four Day Enduro and ISDE in Japan where Kye gainded 3rd place.

 

2015 is another massive year and we look forward to helping Kye achieve his goals.

 

 

Brendan Wood - Mountain bike

 

Jessica Grant - National swimming champion

 

Jess is an upcoming local swimming star who specialises in Butterfly.

 

Having won numerous local and regional competions, Jess now performs at a state and national level.

 

Jess won the 100m Butterfly at the NSW Long Course Country Championships at SOPAC (Sydney Olympic Precent Aquatic Centre ) Sydney earlier this year and then followed up and won the NSW Country Short Course Championships at SOPAC later in the year in Sydney.