04 Mar

The Far West NSW Sporting Hall of Fame (FWSHF) is an initiative of Regional Development Australia Far West and aims to preserve and celebrate the history of sport in the Far West region of NSW, inspiring generations of locals to strive for their best in both sport and in life. Sport plays a defining role in the Far West region of New South Wales. The FWSHF documents and promotes these extraordinary sporting achievements in a Hall of Fame, hosted on the Far West Proud website. In highlighting these achievements we can inspire and motivate others to strive for their best. The FWSHF depicts an illustrious group of the region’s most respected and celebrated sporting champions that span time. Membership of the FWSHF represents the highest level of peer recognition for an individual’s contribution to their sport in Far West NSW. Members of the FWSHF are individuals who have made a positive impact on their community and are role models for today’s athletes and generations to come.  In honouring excellence in sport, we establish a level of distinction that will motivate generations of sporting participants and foster the development of the sporting industry, ensuring that sporting heritage in the Far West is maintained and preserved. The Far West Sporting Hall of Fame will be established with two sections in the Far West Champions category. 

  • Far West Champions – recognising those from the region who have competed or been involved at an Australian National Level of competition or higher in their chosen sport.

 Athlete members – competitors

General members - administrators, coaches, trainers, umpires, referees and judges

The inaugural induction will induct 23 local champions into the Athlete section and 1 local champion into the General section, additionally 3 local champions will be inducted into both categories.

Gymnast Kim Harvey (nee McMasters)

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