Welcome to Indigiearth!
Award winning innovators of modern Australian native products. Bringing 60,000 years of culture to households across the world, in modern contemporary products, backed by authenticity, integrity and a real story that we know people want to hear. Indigiearth products are the ultimate way to experience the wonderful world of Australian native ingredients.
Seeking support for Harley Windsor & Katia Alexandrovskaya
Meet Australia's newest sporting champions making history in pairs figure skating!
Aboriginal boy from Rooty Hill and Russian born Katia!
Harley Windsor and Katia are hitting the big time making history every time they skate & compete across the world. Harley is a young Aboriginal man from Western Sydney (Rooty Hill & also the founder of Indigiearth, Sharon's younger brother) who has been skating for about 11 years. Recently Harley has teamed up with Russian skater Katia, after failed attempts to find a compatible pairs partner in Australia. Training in Russia for many months this year, has been paying off and they have become a global sensation in the ice skating world!
In the recent months, Harley and Katia made history internationally with a gold medal win in Estonia ahead of 3 Russian teams, making history winning the first gold medal EVER for Australia in ice skating. They have continued their high level performances in Australia winning their first Australian championships as a team in Melbourne on 1st December. History was made again performing highly technical & difficult throws, landing the fist ever triple lutz, never been attempted in Australia!
Harley & Katia are now off to France to compete in the world grand prix championships. Only the top 6 ice skaters in the world in each division are invited to compete. Currently ranked 7th in the world, Harley and Katia are on their way to make history again!
The journey to Olympic dreams is expensive and little funding is available. A go fund me account has been set up if you are able to contribute. Every little bit helps!
We are also seeking some corporate sponsorship to help our first Australian ice skating gold medalists.
Photo: Britta Campion