“I have been a member of Wheelchair Sport for Kids since I was 7 years old.
When I started, I looked up to the coaches and seniors of the time. I remember I used to try as hard as I could to beat them. I was very honoured to be given the head coaching position. Working with kids is one of my biggest passions, as I can give them the same tips and skills I was given as young person. I find it very fulfilling to see someone achieve something I have helped them achieve. I have represented Victoria in wheelchair basketball for the last 3 years.
I’m looking forward to developing the kids in the group, so that they can maybe one day play sport for Victoria too.”
Steph Clegg graduated from Latrobe University with a masters degree in clinical Prosthetics and Orthotics and is currently working at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in the orthotics department and at the Victoria Paediatric Rehab Service at Monash Children’s Hospital.
She has been coaching women’s and men’s gymnastics for 12 years and is currently competing at a state level, she is a keen basketballer and is still finding her way around a wheelchair.
She is enthusiastic and passionate about keeping active and having fun and brings this energy into her all her coaching sessions.