Victorians selected in the 2018 national squads

The 2018 Orienteering Australia (OA) Talent Development squads have just been announced. Congratulations to all the Victorians who were selected in these squads.

High Performance Squad
OA’s top tier squad for regular International level athletes for those aged 18-28+
The goals for this squad are: AUS-NZ Tests, Oceania, WUOC, World Cup, World Orienteering Champs, World Games

Natasha Key
Aislinn Prendergast
Lanita Steer

National Development Squad
OA’s second tier development squad for those aged 18-28+
The squads goals are: Oceania, WUOC, AUS-NZ Tests, NOL accomplishments

Clare Brownridge
Matt Doyle
Leon Keely
Jasmine Neve
Matt Schepisi

Junior Development Squad
The OA development squad for those aged 15-19
The squads goals are: Australian Schools Team, JNOL, JWOC

Patrick Jaffe
Aston Key
Asha Steer

Targeted Talent Athletes Squad
An invitational entry into the High Performance Program for 15-26 year olds
The goals of this group are: National League, Higher Squad Selection, Talent ID/Development program

Brody McCarthy

A list of all the squad members nationally can be found here

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