Monthly Archives: November 2016

McMahon breaks 29-year-old State record

Ashley McMahon broke a 29-year-old NSW record in the open men’s 400m at Friday night’s Allcomers meeting at Blacktown. McMahon, 41, covered the distance in the personal best time of 50.33 to break the previous State mark for 40+ year … Continue reading

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Gold on the Gold Coast

Maria Cimino dominated the 45 years women’s age division at the Pan Pacific Masters Track and Field Championships on the Gold Coast. Cimino won the 60m, was second in the weight throw, long jump, discus,and threows penathlon and third in … Continue reading

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Bendall to coach NSW relay teams

Ron Bendall has been appointed coach of two NSW relay teams at the Australian All Schools Championships in Canberra in December. He will coach the under 18 boys 4x100m and the under 16 girls Swedish relay team.  

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Susie books a spot at nationals

Susie Douglas has qualified to contest the 16 years 100m hurdles at the Australian Junior Championships in Sydney next year. Douglas ran the qualifying time in winning her heat of the hurdles at Saturday’s Treloar Shield meet at SOPAC. It … Continue reading

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Age shall not weary them

At the World Masters Track and Field Championships in Perth, Ron Bendall squad members: Won two gold and two silver medals; Made 10 individual finals; Set two Australian records; Set three club records; And ran two lifetime PBs.. Medalists were: … Continue reading

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Wind of fortune favours Nicolette

Nicolette Donofrio ran a huge personal best time, breaking the 26 second barrier for the first time at Saturday’s Allcomers meeting at Bankstown. Defying a big crosswind, Donofrio, 14, cleared out to easily win her heat and finish with the … Continue reading

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Whelan and dealin’ in record time

Gabbie Whelan finished the World Masters Championships in Perth with two gold medals and two Australian records. Running in the women’s 55 years age group Whelan was a member of both of the victorious Australian 4x100m and 4x400m relay teams … Continue reading

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McMahon mines silver in the wild west

Ashley McMahon has won his second silver medal at the World Masters Track and Field Championships at Perth, this time in the men’s 40+ years 200m. Once again he was runner-up to Englishman TJ Ossai. mcMahon ran a life time … Continue reading

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