Dally inspires at Meadows PS

Many thanks to Toby Barnes for organising South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) cyclist and PBAC Ambassador, Sarah Dally to visit Meadows Primary School. Sarah promoted her sport and the importance of leading an active lifestyle. With her passion for cycling and dedication to inspiring others, Dally captivated students with her enthusiasm and determination.

Dally shared her journey from a young enthusiast to a competitive athlete, emphasizing the value of perseverance and hard work. As she spoke to the students, it ignited a spark of curiosity and interest in the minds of the young audience.

The visit wasn’t just about showcasing Dally’s achievements, but also about encouraging children to embrace physical activity as an integral part of their lives. Dally’s visit served as a powerful reminder of the joys and benefits of staying active whilst also taking part in the Premiers be active Challenge.

During her presentation, Dally reflected on her pathway into cycling, emphasizing what it took to be involved in her chosen sport. But Dally didn’t just talk the talk; she also led by example. As part of her visit, students had the opportunity to test their skills on a specially designed training bike.

Beyond the physical benefits, Dally also stressed the other rewards of sports participation. She shared how cycling had taught her resilience in the face of adversity, instilling in her the confidence to overcome obstacles both on and off the bike. By sharing her personal experiences, Dally hoped to inspire the students to pursue their passions wholeheartedly, no matter the hurdles they may encounter along the way.

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