About Me

Hattie Boydle is a pro fitness model and the WBFF 2016 world champion. She is on a mission to inspire women to be the best version of themselves.

I’m Hattie Boydle, 2016 World Beauty Fitness and Fashion (WBFF) World Champion, body positivity advocate, motivational speaker and business woman.

As the owner of popular online fitness and coaching programme, the Sports Model Project, I am on a mission to empower women to be the best they can be, hoping to inspire them to push their boundaries when it comes to weight training, healthy living, competing on stage or simply being the best version of themselves.

Through the Sports Model Project I want to empower women to love the bodies they have and then provide them with the support system they need to reach their health and fitness goals – in a mindful way. Through certified workouts, health advice, and coaching tips, I’ve worked with hundreds of women who have positively transformed their lives.

While today I am the happiest I have ever been, physically, mentally and spiritiually, my journey hasn’t been all smooth sailing – which I’m sure you can relate to!

I have always been someone who is unafraid to step out of my comfort zone and challenge myself. My hunger for competition and performing came at the age of four when my parents enrolled me into gymnastics. Before long, I became an elite gymnast, trained at the AIS and won many national level competitions.

However, as I got older I began to reach some hurdles. In primary school I was bullied, and by the time I was finally settled and happy in high school, one of my closest friends died in a tragic accident.

From there I spiralled down into a deep depression and was struck by a sense of needing to fully control my life – from diet, to exercise to what I was eating. Unfortunately this lead to an unhealthy relationship with food and meant I was faced with a long and hard battle against anorexia that took its toll.

The catalyst for me changing my life was when I ended up in the Emergency Room and was enrolled in an in-patient hospital for three months. I’ll never forget the sadness of being surrounded by so many sick girls that seemed so helpless.

Something happened; I decided that things had to change. I knew there I had to be someone that could help these women learn how to look after themselves in a healthy way. I wanted women to learn self-acceptance and be comfortable in the body they have.

Today, I’m proud to say that I have found my balance of fit, healthy and strong. Over the years I have dedicated myself to learning and surrounding myself with people who want to see me succeed and I have gained a wealth of exerptise in both traiaing and nutrition. This is what I am so produd to now share via the Sports Model Project.

As the first Australian woman to win the WBFF it is an absolute honour to represent my country and I am currently in preparation to compete for back to back WBFF titles in London on 26 August 2017.

Alongside competiion and running the Sports Model Project, I am often invited to share my story and take great pride in knowing that by doing so I am helping empower other women to love and nurture their bodies and be the best possible version of themselves they can be.

As an expert in my field, I am often called upon to speak on body positivity, the importance of goal setting and insights into the mindset of a world champion.

I’m passionate about showing you how to love your body while still having fun, and I hope you’ll join me on this journey!





2016 Crowned WBFF Miss North American Champion
2015 Placed 4th WBFF World Titles
2013 Miss Bikini Universe Champion Las Vegas
2013 MuscleMania Model Overall Champion
2013 1st place ANB Sydney Fitness Model
2013 2nd Place FILEX INBA fitness model