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Share your great grassroots moments and we'll #GiveThatAGold

21 May 2019

Every local sporting club is filled with amazing athletes, supportive coaches and dedicated volunteers.

Every local sporting club is full of excellence, sportsmanship, respect, passion and enjoyment.

Every local sporting club is full of legends that deserve to be celebrated and rewarded.

We can’t all win Olympic gold, but millions of Aussies display the Olympic values within local sporting communities every week.

Now you could win a $250 ASICS voucher for your effort.

We're calling on all Australians to share their great grassroots videos and photos on social media that demonstrate excellence, sportsmanship, respect, passion and/or pure enjoyment in an Olympic sport.

Each month, a panel of Olympic judges will select a winning entrant from a summer or winter Olympic sport who will score a $250 ASICS voucher and have their winning entry shared across all Australian Olympic Team digital platforms!

CLICK HERE to find out how to enter and share your #GiveThatAGold moment.

olympics.com.au

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