“We are really excited to support The Clubbies awards – grassroots sport is at the heart of everything we do at Polar, and we can’t wait to learn more about the amazing clubs and volunteers that enter,” said Drew Oryszczyn, the Managing Director of Polar Electro Australia.
Polar Electro has been leading the way in technological innovations and heart rate monitors since 1977.
Polar created the first heart rate monitor, the first activity tracker and recently launched the world’s first sports-optimised smart watch.
Polar’s extensive range of heart rate monitors and performance sports watches are renowned globally for their durability and accuracy.
Catering for all fitness and lifestyle needs, Polar’s product range includes GPS-enabled bike computers, fitness and running watches, as well as heart rate monitors and performance trackers.
Polar’s products are designed for any activity, ranging from swimming, cross-training and yoga to tracking daily activity and calorie consumption.
Polar caters for all fitness levels by offering a comprehensive product range, along with essential support and advice. Everything from improving an athlete’s sports performance to helping people enjoy a healthier lifestyle, and aiding rehabilitation and weight management.
For more information, go to their website www.polar.com/au-en
The Confederation of Australian Sport (CAS) was established in 1976 to advance the interests of the Australian sports community and to give the industry a united voice in discussions and negotiations with governments and key stakeholders.
Their aim is to contribute to the development of a society in which the social, economic and health benefits of widespread participation in sport and recreation are recognised and valued.
Through the promotion of participation in sport and physical activity, CAS aims to improve the health and well-being of individual Australians, and to maximise the sport and leisure industry’s contribution to the Australian economy.
In a recent study, CAS reported that sport’s value in dollar terms to the nation was “dramatically underestimated” – an economic contribution of $22 billion every year, which was 17 times the combined federal and state government funding of $1.3 billion. It further stated that the nation’s sport system had a critical role to play in meeting the challenge of lifestyle diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and mental illness.
For more information, go to their website www.sportforall.com.au
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