Monthly Archives: November 2015

Farrow breaks national record

Australian skeleton champion John Farrow¬†set a national track record at Mt Whistler in Canada when finishing second in the North American Cup competition this week. Competing at the track for the first time in two years, Farrow was confident of … Continue reading

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Alice, Ryan come off the grass

Alice Bohdan continued her good early season form with a cracking 60m in the Grass Games at Rotary Field, Chatswood on Saturday. Alice also finished second in the overhead shot put, third in the scissors high jump and qualified for … Continue reading

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Big Mac strikes gold

Clinton McEwan led the medal charge at this year’s NSW Relays Championships, winning gold with the UTS Norths open men’s shot put team. Paul Cummings was also in the action helping UTS Norths to gold in an exciting open men’s … Continue reading

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Farrow on the podium

John Farrow has finished second in the first two rounds of skeleton competition in Canada. Farrow, who does his sprint training with the Ron Bendall squad, said his start is getting stronger. On average he was more than 0.1 seconds … Continue reading

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Maria has a ball

Maria Cimino enjoyed a big day out in the latest round of Northern Zone competition setting personal best in the shot put and hammer throw and a season’s best in the javelin. Competing in the 40+ years age group, she … Continue reading

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Alice’s big day out

Alice Bohdan set another UTS Norths club record when she won the 40+ years triple jump in the fourth round of Treloar Shield competition at E S Marks Field. Alice was also won the 40 + years shot put, high … Continue reading

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McMahon murders meet marks

Ashley McMahon smashed the UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club men’s 40+ years 100m and 200m records in the third round of Treloar Shield competition at Bankstown on Saturday. The evergreen McMahon ran the 100m in 11.20s to take 0.24s off … Continue reading

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