What is your dream?
My dream is to be the first Indigenous winter Olympian.
How did you find your passion?
My mum enrolled me in gymnastics and i loved to tumble. I have always wanted to go to the
Olympics ever since l was a little girl. Once l like something l want to be the best at it.
Tell us about your dreams / goals for the next 12 months?
My goals for the next 12 months are to start jumping on water and then jumping on snow. Also to
keep up with my training and school work.
How will the scholarship support your endeavours?
The scholarship will help me to get water skis and fund my next ski camp to Utah.
Career highlight or biggest achievement?
My biggest achievement so far is winning the Under 17 Australian Tumbling champion and being
chosen to be on the Australian Aerial Skiing Development squad.
How important is inspiration in your life?
Inspiration helps me to be more motivated and l think l can achieve anything l set my mind to.
Who’s your hero (and why)?
Lydia Lassila is my hero at the moment because she her out to be the best and prove that she could
do anything that she put her mind too.
How will you support your community in the future?
I will be a good role model to younger kids that inspire to be be athletes, especially young
Indigenous kids from my community.
What’s the motto that you live by?
Dare to succeed!
I like all types of music and electronic vibes.
Pan fried pork dumplings
Cathy Freeman's Born to Run and Holes
Favourite TV Show?
If you had one message to share with other girls chasing their dreams what would you say?
Girls can do anything that boys do!