Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas comes early for Ron’s Squad

Christmas came early for Ron Bendall squad members at SOPAC on Saturday notching up five PBs. Bella O’Grady, 15,  ran a sizzling 24.88s for her 200m to easily better the standard needed to remain in Athletics NSW’s Talent Target Program … Continue reading

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PBs to Bella, Matt, Liz and Nick

Bella O’Grady, Matt Wood, Liz Clay and Nick Walker all ran big PBs at Saturday’s Club Premiership at SOPC on Saturday. Bella, 15, won the u/17 years 100m in 12.42, slashing more than 0.1s off her previous best. She also … Continue reading

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Big bad John on the way back

John Farrow has made a remarkable comeback to skeleton racing after his horrific injury last December. Farrow, who does sprint training with the Ron Bendall squad, has clawed his world ranking back to 39 despite being restricted by his injury. … Continue reading

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Club record for Ashley

  Ashley McMahon broke his own 35+ years UTS Norths club record for the 60m at Saturday’s Club Premiership meeting on Saturday, clocking 7.35s. Ashley also won the 35+ years 200m. Fellow Ron Bendall squad member Matt Wood, who won … Continue reading

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Kat selected for Olympic Youth Festival

Ron Bendall squad member Katrina Hunt has been selected to represent Australia in athletics at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) in Sydney from January 15 to 20 next year. The 2013 AYOF sports program includes 17 sports and the number … Continue reading

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Huge pb for Kat

Katrina Hunt run a slashing 100m for her school Roseville College at the Australian Schools Knockout Championships at Launceston on Monday. Running with a 2.3m tailwind, Kat easily won the iuntermediate girls 100m in 12.03s with her closest rival 0.4s … Continue reading

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Seven golds at Australian All Schools

Ron Bendall squad members contested 17 events for seven gold medals, two silver and three bronze medals at the Australian All Schools Champion ships in Hobart on the weekend. Matt Wood led the charge with four golds and a silver … Continue reading

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