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Hayden Siebuhr

Hayden Siebuhr

Training squad member for the Australian Rollers and squad member of the Queensland Spinning Bullets 

Ever since I was a young child with a disability I was always drawn to sports it just happens to be that basketball caught my attention, In the 4 years that I have been playing wheelchair basketball some of the achievements that I have been able to accomplish are things like:

  • 2020 U23 Team the toured Japan for the Kitakyushu cup
  • 2017 U23s World cup bronze medallist
  • 2018 and 2019 silver medallist in the National Wheelchair basketball league
  • 2017- 2020 Queensland Junior Team member that competes at the junior nationals

I plan to be able to represent my country as a Roller in an International Competition. Another is to have a gold medal in the National League as mentioned above.

3x3 tournament in Thailand

hayden-siebuhr-at-3x3-tournament-thailandPhoto Credit Linda Steinohrt

I am thrilled to share with you that the hard work and dedication paid off at the recent 3x3 tournament in Thailand, where I secured the 4th position. The experience was not only a test of skill and persistence but also an opportunity to grow as an athlete and a team player.

Following this, I competed in the Sunshine Coast tournament, where we finished with an impressive 3rd place playing for the Mackay Team.

hayden-siebuhr-3x3-thailandPhoto Credit Linda Steinohrt

I am proud to have been supported by Reben Mobility throughout last year and the year to come.

Once again, thank you for your invaluable support and for being a part of my journey. I am excited about the future and eager to uphold the high standards associated with Reben Mobility.

Hayden S

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