We are strong believers in supporting local talent to strive to be the best that they can be!
If you believe you have what it takes to become an Evolution Myotherapy sponsored athlete, please contact with a short bio and contact details.
2019: Laura Eyles
Evolution Myotherapy is extremely proud to sponsor Laura Eyles for the 2019 Strongwoman Competition Season.
Check out these impressive stats!
2nd place 2018 GPC Winter Cup Open Women's division. (Powerlifting)
4th place 2018 Battle of Ballarat Partnered Strongman Competition.
- car flip
- tram pull
- farmers carry 180 kgs total
- loading medley
2nd place 2019 Ballarat's Strongest Man and Woman Open Women's division. (Missing 1st place by 1/2 a point!)
- truck pull
- deadlift 165kgs
- bench press 75kgs
- clean and press 55kgs
- atlas stone loading 100kgs
- yoke carry 230kgs
Evolution Myotherapy looks forward to keeping Laura's body in peak condition to excel at the Australian Strongman Alliance Qualifiers in June 2019.
2018: Elisabeth Georgostathis
Evolution Myotherapy is extremely proud to sponsor Elisabeth Georgostathis for the 2018 NFNL season.
Elisabeth is an Australian Rules footballer for the VU Western Spurs.
She spent the past 3 years in the Spurs Youth Girls team (where she won the B&F in 2016 & 2017).
She currently plays in the Division 1 team, where she won the 2018 Div 1 Club Best & Fairest (having only played 8 games!)
Elisabeth also represents the Western Jets in the TAC Cup Girls and has been selected in the 2018 Vic Metro initial squad.
2017: Ainslie Kemp
Evolution Myotherapy is extremely proud to sponsor Ainslie Kemp for the 2017 season in the VFL Women's Competition.
Ainslie also plays for Melbourne in the AFLW.
She was drafted by Melbourne with their eleventh selection and eighty-eighth overall in the 2016 AFL Women's draft.
An ACL injury caused her to miss the entireity of the 2018 AFLW season.
2017: Kirra Myers
Evolution Myotherapy is extremely proud to sponsor Kirra Myers for the 2017 season in the Northern Football League.
Kirra won the VU Western Spurs Division 1 Coaches Award in 2017 and is a tall marking forward with a knack for kicking clutch goals.
She is a big supporter of youth activity herself having worked at the YMCA running programs to encourage kids to get active.
2013 - 2016: Joel 'CamaKO' Camilleri
Joel 'CamaKO' Camilleri was Evolution Myotherapy's original sponsored athlete from 2013-2016.
His major achievement as an amateur boxer was becoming the novice and intermediate Victorian Champion. Joel finished his amateur career with 16F 11W 5L before embarking on a professional career.
His professional career began at the Glenroy Youth Club under trainer Daryl Ford where had his first 5 professional fights. Most recently he made the move to Sam Labruna who also trains the current IBO light heavyweight world champion Blake Caparello. Since the move, Joel has fought and won twice bringing his professional recored to 5W(Ko3) 2L. In addition to his boxing, Joel completed a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science and a Diploma of Secondary Education.
Joel believes he has what it takes to be a champion and has every boxers dream of becoming world champion one day.