We provide activity based programs to help young people with an ABI.

Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors

We are very proud to be associated with our ambassadors who are supporting Freshtracks in their mission to help young people with an acquired brain injury.

Adam Ashley-Cooper

Adam Ashley-Cooper is a close personal friend of Sam Carson who was the inspiration behind the establishment of the Fresh Tracks Foundation.

Having taken up rugby as a 15 year old while living on the Central Coast, Adam made his Super Rugby debut for the ACT Brumbies in 2005 where he impressed the international selectors, making his Test debut from the bench against South Africa during the 2005 Tri-Nations. Ashley-Cooper nailed down a regular berth in the Wallaby starting line-up in 2007. The ‘Mister Fix It’ of the Australian backline, Adam was the only member of the Qantas Wallabies to feature in all 13 Tests played by the team last term.

He is the nephew of the PNG-born ex-Wallaby Graeme Bond. The family descends from the sixth Earl of Shaftsbury, Cropley Ashley-Cooper (1768-1851). The Earl represented Dorchester in Parliament for 21 years and was a descendant of William the Conqueror..

Kendrick Louis

Kendrick Louis from Sydney was the winner of the Nutri-Grian Ironman U17, U19 and U21 titles. He is now a member of Queensland’s Mooloolaba Surf Lifesaving Club, where he has been training with top Ironman trainer Michael King on the Sunshine Coast, alongside club mates Matt Poole and Ali Day.

Kendrick auto-qualified for the 2012/13 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Ironman Series after competing in the 2011/12 Series. In that Series, Kendrick was placed 2nd prior to injury in Round 4, an injury which led to him withdrawing from the rest of the Series and months of rehabilitation. Despite only completing three Rounds, he still earned an impressive 13th place.

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Email: info@freshtracks.com.au
Address: Suite 1A Level 2, 802 Pacific Hwy Gordon NSW 2072
Post: PO Box 170 St Ives NSW 2075
ABN: 49 197 492 992