Welcome Bronte Campbell to the Rainbow Club Family.

Rainbow Club Australia proudly announces the appointment of renowned Australian Olympic Swimmer Bronte Campbell as its newest Ambassador. This collaboration aims to make a significant impact on the lives of children and young adults with disabilities, enabling them to experience the joy and benefits of swimming fostering independence, confidence, and social participation within their community.

Bronte is a three-time Olympic swimmer who has won twenty-seven international medals throughout her eleven-year career. She is now chasing her dream of the Paris 2024 Olympics, hoping to join the ranks of only three other Australian Swimmers who have made four Olympic teams. Born in Malawi, Africa, her Olympic dream was fuelled by watching the 2000 Olympic Games, coming to life when Bronte moved to Australia in 2001. She brings her exceptional talent and passion for swimming to this new role as Ambassador.

“I’m so honoured to join Rainbow Club as an Ambassador,” says Bronte Campbell. “Inclusion is something I truly value, and Rainbow Club goes beyond this by creating a safe environment for children and young adults of all abilities, not only to learn to swim but also grow in confidence and find a community. I cannot wait to see the continued growth and expansion of clubs into areas of need so that more children and young adults with a disability can receive this valuable service in their community.”

Bronte Campbell’s involvement as an ambassador will bring greater attention to Rainbow Club Australia’s initiatives and inspire others to support this meaningful cause, including the Malabar Magic Ocean Swim, Rainbow Club’s annual major fundraising event. Bringing swimmers of all abilities together with Rainbow Club members for an experience of inclusion and inspiration on Malabar Beach. To find out more or donate, go to www.malabarmagicoceanswim.com.au

Rainbow Club Australia CEO – Phil Kinney, said. “Rainbow Club is excited to have Bronte joining us as an ambassador. We are mindful that Bronte has a full schedule and appreciate her taking the time to promote and support the members and families of Rainbow Club Australia. We wish Bronte all the best in her preparation for the Paris Olympics in 2024 and know that she will be inspiring a whole generation of Rainbow Club members.”

Bronte joins our fellow patrons of Rainbow Club Australia, the Governor of NSW, the Hon. Margaret Beazley and Mr Wilson and Ambassadors Louise Sauvage, Mark Speakman and James Pittar.

To support their joint mission to see strong participation of children and young adults with a disability in learning to swim. You can donate, volunteer, swim, and fundraise for the Malabar Magic Ocean Swim or help spread the word. Together, they are committed to making a real impact in the lives of children and young adults of all abilities.

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