Monthly Archives: September 2016

Clinton’s cloud has a silver lining

Clinton McEwan helped Macquarie Uni into second place in the men’s 4x100m relay at the Australian University Games at Perth on Wednesday. UTS, with Anthony Collum in the team, won the broze medal. Collum was also fastest qualifier for the … Continue reading

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Ten out of ten for Will

Will Richardson claimed third place in the decathlon at the Australian University Games in Perth on Tuesday. Richardson consolidated his bronze medal by winning the final of the 10 events, the 1500m. Earlier in the competition he had claimed third … Continue reading

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Nicolette, Steph camp it up

Nicolette Donofrio and Steph Potter are attending a coaching camp at the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, this week. Little Athletics Austrlia selected the three nationally top ranked performers in each event in the 15 years age group to take … Continue reading

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Collum strikes gold

Anthony Collum won gold on the first day of the Australian University Games, helping the University of Technology Sydney to frist place in the men’s mdley relay. Collum ran one of the 200m legs of the relay as UTS beat … Continue reading

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Look out world, here come’s Ashley

Ashley McMahon continued his good form leading up to next month’s World Masters Championships in Perth with a strong run against much younger rivals in the 100m at Sunday’s All Comers meeting at Bankstown. Squad newcomer David Tran made his … Continue reading

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Life’s a beach

Beachletics, the brainchild of former Ron Bendall squad member Dave Smith, made its debut at Shelley Beach, Central Coast, on Saturday. Janet Naylon finished second in the women’s 50+ years 70m and 180m with husband Stuart Paterson taking out the … Continue reading

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Age shall not weary them

Maria Cimino, Gabbi Whelan and Ashley McMahon were unbeaten in Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field, Chatswood, on Saturday. Cimino and Whelan shared the fastest time of the day of 60m. Cimino won the women’s 40+ years category while Whelan … Continue reading

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It’s the Steph and Susie Show

Steph Potter notched up slashing wins in both the 100m and 200m in the 15 years age group at this year’s Combined Independent Schools’ Championships at SOPAC n Wednesday. Steph ran a personal best time in taking out the 100m … Continue reading

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Ashley, Monique show class on the grass

Ashley McMahon and Monique Perry showed they are on track for next month’s World Masters Championships in Perth with some good performances at the Grass Games at Rotary Field on Saturday. McMahon was second in both the open men’s 60m … Continue reading

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The ice man returns

Australian skeleton champion John Farrow returns to Australia this week after a training stint in the USA. He will resume sprint training with the Ron Bendall squad soon in preperation for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. Farrow finished … Continue reading

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