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We are always on the lookout for inspiring stories to share and this month is no exception, as we shine our spotlight to Remi Moore.

Remi is an incredible and cheerful young lady, who despite physical obstacles, has shown the world what champions are made of.

We are thankful to her Dad, Kieron, for sharing Remi’s story, leaving us with hearts full of hope and wonder. 

Over to you Kieron.

“Remi was born with Bi lateral talipes, better know as Club Foot to both feet. From 1 day old she was in full length casts until she was 12 months old and the boots and the rod until she was 4.

After 12 months without them she then had to have twin tendon transfer which put her into a wheel chair for 3 moths and she had to learn how to walk again.

She has always been the sporting person and in U9 took up little Athletics to enjoy it with her friends. From there she has excelled making state level for the past 3 years and even winning State Gold in u10 70m sprint.

She loves the team side aswell, winning state golds in relays. This year she has made the Victorian Junior Development squad.

In the off season she plays netball and only just turned 11 she has stepped up to the u 13 this year being selected in team 1 out of 5 teams at local club level.

Always bearing a smile whatever she has gone through she inspires us everyday day and proves just how strong our little legends are!!”

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Plus, you never know who you might inspire!

We're super excited about this as we know that behind every collection of medals is an awesome story!

 

1 comment

  • Steph Miles

    This story just made me tear up! I’ve had the pleasure of watching Remi from when she was wheel-chaired into her Prep class, up to now being the star athlete and beautiful young lady she is becoming. Her perseverance and dedication (along with her parent’s unparalled support) she has reached many sporting highs. Congratulations Remi, and a big pat on the back to Kieron and Sally.

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