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To nominate for the Australian Maccabiah Team please visit the website.  You will need a My Macc account.  If you have a My Macc account, please log in with these details. If you are new to the Maccabi website, please create a My Macc account. Ensure it is the nominating athlete whose My Macc details are used.  If the athlete is under 18 years of age, My Macc, nomination information and payment must be completed with a parent/guardian.

Nomination is a two-step process:

1. You will be asked to nominate for your selected sport(s), confirm your current Maccabi membership and that you are an Eligible Person as per the Maccabi Australia Constitution.  (Should your sport not be listed, please contact Karen Holloway at karenh@maccabi.com.au).

2. Within 5 working days you will receive an email from CareMonkey to complete your nomination.  CareMonkey is the mobile health, safety and electronic forms administration management system operated by CareMonkey Pty Ltd.  You will be asked to provide personal and medical information and to electronically sign a number of documents.

Your nomination is considered complete when you have:

1. Completed the online registration via the Maccabi website, which incorporates the Maccabi Membership Agreement;

2. Completed your personal profile and signature to all e-forms within CareMonkey;

3. Paid the $1,000 nomination fee. (Nomination fees shall be refunded to all nominees in the event of non-selection or withdrawal prior to selection).

Athlete Nominations will close 30 June 2016.



It might only be April 2016, but Australia’s preparations for the 2017 Maccabiah Games in Israel are about to hit a critical and exciting point.

With the majority of coaches, managers and senior administrators appointed to the delegation, and just a handful of staff roles still to be appointed, the next phase turns to what Maccabiah is all about: athletes and sport.... For Full Story



We are pleased to announce the appointment of the following officials to our team:

Dr Brett Frankiel - Team Doctor

Dr Dror Maor - Team Doctor

Josh Kestenberg - Head Physiotherapy

Melissa Weinberg - Team Psychologist



We calling upon all those looking to be a part of the 2017 Maccabiah to assist us with volunteer Phone Calling for our Annual Maccabi Victoria Community Campaign.

Many of those looking to be a part of the Delegation have or have had a strong presence in many of theMaccabi Victoria affiliated Clubs, at the annual Junior Sports Carnivals and at previous Maccabiot in Israel.

Mac Vic would be most appreciative to have Maccabiah potentials assist us with volunteer phone calling in 2016 from Monday 16 May to Sunday 22 May, when we reach out to the community. 

Monies raised from the Annual Campaign comes back to supporting OUR clubs through Club Development Funds, Coaching Programmes & Assistant Coaching Programmes, Financial Assistance to club members and kids wanting to go to Junior Carnival and more– the more volunteers we can who cam assist, the further we can reach the community during our and the more we can give back to our clubs.

All Campaign phone calling will be held at the Maccabi Office, Level 1, 176 Bambra Road, Caulfield South and training and supervision will be provided, as well as refreshments.

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One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do all their sports”? Well I have a confession to make; I don't pay for my kids to to do sports. Personally, I couldn't care less about what sport they do.
So, if I am not paying for sports what am I paying for?

  • I pay for those moments when my kids become so tired they want to quit but don't.
  • I pay for those days when my kids come home from school and are "too tired" to go to their training but they go anyway.
  • I pay for my kids to learn to be disciplined, focused and dedicated.
  • I pay for my kids to learn to take care of their body and equipment.
  • I pay for my kids to learn to work with others and to be good team mates, gracious in defeat and humble in success.
  • I pay for my kids to learn to deal with disappointment, when they don't get that placing or title they'd hoped for, but still they go back week after week giving it their best shot.
  • I pay for my kids to learn to make and accomplish goals.
  • I pay for my kids to respect, not only themselves, but other riders, officials and coaches.
  • I pay for my kids to learn that it takes hours and hours, years and years of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight.
  • I pay for my kids to be proud of small achievements, and to work towards long term goals.
  • I pay for the opportunity my kids have and will have to make life-long friendships, create lifelong memories, to be as proud of their achievements as I am.
  • I pay so that my kids can be out on the track instead of in front of a screen...

...I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for sports; I pay for the opportunities that sports provides my kids with to develop attributes that will serve them well throughout their lives and give them the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen so far I think it is a great investment!

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