Monthly Archives: April 2016

McMahon and Collum in the rankings

Ashley McMahon and Anthony Collum have figured in Athletics Australia’s end of season national rankings. McMahon was ranked third in the indoor open men’s 60m while Colum was ranked 37th in the open men’s 100m

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Nicolette and Steph off to the AIS

Nicolette Donofrio¬†and Steph Potter have been selected by Little Athletics Australia to take part in a coaching camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra in the September school holidays. LAA selected the three nationally top ranked performers in … Continue reading

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Medals, medals, medals

Maria Cimino finished Day 4 of the Australian Masters Athletics Championships with another silver medal, this time in the women’s 40+ years weight throw. During the championships Cimino won one gold, six silvers and two bronze medals.  

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It’s raining gold, silver and bronze

Paul Stinson won his first medal on Day 3 of the Australian Masters Athletics Championships in Adelaide. Running with training partner Ashley McMahon, Stinson’s NSW team finished second in the 30+ years 4x100m. McMahon also was second in the men’s … Continue reading

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Maria’s a bronzed Aussie

Maria Cimino was third in the discus and javelin in the 40+ years women competition on the second day of the Australian Masters Athletics Championships in Adelaide. She was also sixth in the women’s 40+ years 200m. Ashley McMahon was … Continue reading

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Old and gold

Ashley McMahon won two gold medals on the first day of the Australian Masters Athletics Championships at Adelaide on Saturday. McMahon won the 40+ men’s 60m and 100m and his training partner Paul Stinson was ninth and eighth respectively in … Continue reading

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Big day out for Nicolette

Nicolette Donofrio dominated the Santa Sabina College athletics carnival, winning 12 events, setting a record and establishing herself as the fastest girl in the school. After blitzing the 15 years 100m, Nicolette was equally impressive in beating her older opponents … Continue reading

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Canny Janet ties her opposition in knots

Janet Naylon has won the kilted dash over 60m for the second successive year at the Brigadoon Highland Gathering at Bundanoon on Sunday. Wearing a MacLaren Clan tartan tie in lieu of a kilt she beat Girraween’s Lynette Smith to … Continue reading

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The (Austin) Powers and the Glory!

Austin Hake has been named open age athletics champion of his school Marist College, North Sydney. Competing at the schools athletics carnival the Ron Bendall coached sprinter convincingly won the 100m, 200 and 400m.

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