Speed is the game and Amy Cure is her name. Not satisfied with a few medals Amy has been chasing down competitors for years, bringing home 8 medals for Australia. Now she’s gearing up for the World Championships in Poland…ready to outdo anyone that stands in the way of winning.
Our Ambassadors represent what it truly means to ‘Be More’. Pushing themselves to the limits and defying the odds in their journey. Read their stories and discover why we chose them to represent Kanguru ® and the Be More Collective™.
Go big or go HUGE – that’s gymnast Chris Remkes’ life motto, and he lives by it. Chris is crushing it at the shy age of 22, already a strong contender for an Olympic medal in Tokyo 2020 after dominating for Australia at the recent Commonwealth Games and World Cup. His determination and grit is an inspiration for us all.
“At the end of the day, it’s another swimming race. Don’t worry about anyone else and focus on yourself.”
Paralympian swimmer Jesse Aungles serves the perfect reminder that a true champion doesn’t waste time on comparisons, and instead remains focused on improving themselves, one day at a time. Jesse burst onto the scene when he took out Silver at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the 200m individual relay. He has since represented Australia at the Pan Pacific, Commonwealth and Olympic Games. He continues to rise, winning Gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Jesse ignores limitations, instead choosing to Be More.
Des’ree Barnes gets things done. She wasn’t content excelling in one sport; she set herself a challenge and has represented Australia at a professional level in BMX Racing and Weightlifting. At the age of seventeen, Des’ree is a 5 x BMX World Champion, 8 x BMX National Champion and Olympic Weightlifter. Des’ree makes the impossible seem possible.
Lauren Reynold’s passion for BMX Riding is unwavering. In her training, she’s dedicated to breaking down barriers and pushing herself to Be More, every day. At the age of twenty-seven, Lauren has achieved amazing feats. A dual Olympian and 4 x National Champion, Lauren continues to train hard and smash her goals!
Isabella Bozicevic knows where she’s going, and it’s to the top. Known as the Pink Assassin, she’ll stop at nothing until she’s number one in the world, and has established herself as one of Australia’s best rising tennis champions. At just seventeen, Isabella is the number one ranked Queenslander in her age group and is competing in the women’s Tennis Pro Tour. Isabella focuses on improving herself one day at a time, always aiming to Be More.