Parent Nat Browne and her role with the Winter Paralympics Team
Posted : 13 March 2022
Parent Nat Browne has recently been in Beijing in her role as Head of Operations for the Australian Paralympic Team.
Students in her sons’ classes (Morrison in Year 2 and Austin in Pre-K) were able to follow along with the Games and learn more about the Paralympics as Nat sent back photos, videos and emails.
“The great part of my job is that I get to travel around the world, and watch our amazing athletes compete against other countries at the Games. Meeting all the athletes and understanding about their different disabilities is also pretty awesome.”
Australian snowboarder Ben Tudhope won a bronze medal. Ben was the youngest ever winter Paralympian in his first games in Sochi 2014, when he was just 14 years old!