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Runaway Bay Sport and Leadership Excellence Centre

At the Runaway Bay Sport and Leadership Excellence Centre (RBSLEC) External Link, our focus is 'inspiring students to achieve a personal best in all aspects of their lives' whether this is achieved on the sports field, in the classroom or at home. Since 2010, RBSLEC has been providing tailored sport and leadership excellence camps and day programs to more than 10,000 students every year.

Led by RBSLEC's highly experienced staff, our programs take full advantage of the various elite sporting facilities at our huge 20-acre site, located at the Sports Super Centre on the Gold Coast External Link. These world-class facilities include a multi-purpose IAAF-accredited track and field External Link with turf infield, a synthetic grass surface competition hockey pitch External Link, beach volleyball courts External Link, a state-of-the-art gymnasium External Link, and indoor and outdoor heated pools in our Aquatic Centre External Link.

Operated by the Queensland Department of Education, the Sports Super Centre plays various roles in the community outside of state schooling. The centre has approximately 2000 members at its Fitness Club, and also provides a location for domestic and international athletes and teams to 'Train, Play and Stay'. The Sports Super Centre has played key roles in a number of major Australian sporting events, including providing an official training venue for athletes competing at the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and more recently the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games External Link.

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