Monthly Archives: January 2016

Collum third at Hunter Track Classic

Anthony Collum placed thirs in the Men’s B 100m race at Saturday night’s Hunter Track Classic – the opening round of Athletics Asutralia’s elite events showcasing the nation’s top competitors. He and his partner Jake Lynch finished fourth in the … Continue reading

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Nicolette an easy winner

Nicolette Donofrio has started her preperation for the NSW Junior Championshops in fine style. She was a dominant winner of her 100m at the Campbelltown Permit Meet on Thursday evening.  

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Janet makes a comeback

Janet Naylon made a successful comeback from injury at the Dubbo New Year’s Day athletics carnival. Competing in the 45+ years age group, Janet won the 100m, 200m and long jump. Stuart Paterson, competing in the 55+ years age group, … Continue reading

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Flying Farrow sets Aussie record

It was a huge weekend for Australian skeleton champion John Farrow in World Cup Competition in Whistler, Canada. Farrow, who does his sprint training with the Ron Bendall squad, finished 15th, his best result this year, setting an Australian track record … Continue reading

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Terrific trio get out of their comfort zone

Maria Cimino, Alice Bohdan and Paul Stinson were all winners in Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field on Saturday. Cimino won the women’s 40+ years shot put and hammer throw and was second to Bohdan in the 100m and javelin. … Continue reading

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A slide in the Park

John Farrow recorded his best ever result on the short Park City track in the Skeleton World Cup competition this week. Farrow, who does his sprint training with the Ron Bendall squad, made the final qualifying run and finished 20th … Continue reading

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Record maker, record breaker!

Tony Crimi continued his amazing record-breaking form at Wollongong on Saturday, turning back the clock to run his fastest 60m in more than four years. He won the Illawarra Blue Stars 60m in the 50-59 years age bracket, demolishing both … Continue reading

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Flying Farrow in fine form

John Farrow recorded his second best placing ever in Skeleton World Cup competition at Lake Placid, USA, this week. Farrow, who does his sprint training with the Ron Bendall squad, finished 14th in his second run, to place 17th overall. … Continue reading

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Another day, another record for Crimi

Another day, another record for Tony Crimi at the NSW Club Championships at Bankstown on the weekend.. The masters sprinter broke the UTS Norths Club record for the men’s 50+ years 100m on Saturday and followed it up with the … Continue reading

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Ashley sets State record

Ashley McMahon re-wrote the record book in wining the NSW 40+ Years Decathlon Championship at Bankstown on the weekend. He set a State record with his overall point score and a UTS Norths Club record in his age group for … Continue reading

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