Monthly Archives: June 2016

Ice is nice for Farrow

Australian skeleton champion John Farrow has returned to Armerica in preperation for this season’s World Cup tour. John and his Australian teammates will do some preliminary training in the US before moving to Whistler, Canada, to practise on the ice. … Continue reading

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Lara smashes school record

Lara Halmarick broke her school’s junior triple jump record at the Monte Sant’ Angelo athletics carnival. As well as taking out the triple jump, Lara won the 14 years 100m, 200m and long jump. Her training partner Mia Duggan won … Continue reading

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Old and bold too strong for young and restless

Masters athletes Monique Perry and Ashley McMahon proved way too good for their younger rivals in Thursday night’s meeting at Bankstown. Perry was a convincing winner over her 17 and 18 year old rivals in the open women’s 100m, while … Continue reading

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Collum’s winter of content

Anthony Collum was in good off-season form at a Campbelltown meet last month. He was a convincing winner of his 100m heat, confirming the promising efforts he had shown in training.

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Ho, ho, ho and a barell of fun

Jason Ho dominated the sprints in his age group at the Warringah Zone Championships. The 13-year-old won the 100m, 200m and long jump as well as helping his school Manly to victory in the 4x100m. Jason now progresses the the … Continue reading

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Where there’s a hill there’s a Will

Will Richardson finished third in the open men’s race at this year’s Balmoral Burn. The Burn is a series of races over 420m up the incredibly steep incline of Awaba St, Mosman. The day raises money for children’s wards around … Continue reading

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Awards for terrific trio

Paul Cummings, Alice Bohdan and Ashley McMahon all won awards at the UTS Northern Suburbs Athletics Club’s annual presentation dinner. Cummings was a member of the UTS Norths 4x400m team which won the NSW Championship and the club’s award for … Continue reading

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McMahon gets life

Ashley McMahon has been made a life member of UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club. Ashley McMahon joined UTS Norths in 2002 after being inspired by the efforts of Maurice Green at the Sydney Olympics. In 2003 he joined the Ron … Continue reading

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Anthony, Maria top of the pops

Anthony Collum and Maria Cimino all topped the UTS Northern Suburbs Athletics Club rankings for the 2015-16 season. In the men’s rankings, Collum was top of the pops in the 60m and 100m and was ranked fifth in the 200m. … Continue reading

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He’s no dope

Ron Bendall has passed the 2016 Anti-Doping Course conducted by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Athority. The Level 4 accredited coach received a certificate acknowledging his successful completion of the Level 2 Anti-Doping Test 2016.

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