Monthly Archives: December 2016

Farrow finishes year in 17th spot

Sochi Olympian John Farrow finished 2016 17th overall in the World Cup heading into the new year. It was a great start to his Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic campaign. “But unfortunately I don’t have the cash to continue on the … Continue reading

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An up-to-date dope

Ron Bendall has successfully completed ASADA’s 2017 Level 2 Anti Doping Course. It is the 12th anti-doping course Bendall has successfully undertaken in the past two years.

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Gabbie wheels out another record

Gabbie Whelan set a UTS Norths club record in finishing second in the women’s 50+ years 200m at the NSW Club Championships at SOPAC on Sunday. Whelan bettered her own 55+ years club record. Steph Potter ran an outstanding race to … Continue reading

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Nicolette, Gabbie are champs

Nicolette Donofrio and Gabbie Whelan were big winners on the first day of Club Championships at SOPAC on Saturday. Nicolette won both the u/16 years 100m and the 200m hurdles while Gabbie was a convincing winner in the 50+ years women’s … Continue reading

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Fab Four nationally ranked

Anthony Collum, Ashley McMahon, Steph Potter and Nicolette Donofrio all ended 2016 in the Australian open rankings. Steph and Nicolette were in the UTS Norths u/18 years 4x200m which was nationally ranked sixth at year’s end while Collum and McMahon … Continue reading

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Mosquito squadron among the medals and records

Ron Bendall squad members had a field day at Little Athletics Zone Championships on the weekend. Nicolette Donofrio and Alanna Fisher all set Northern Metropolitan Zone records and along with Lara Halmarick, Susie Douglas and Steph Potter they all topped … Continue reading

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Perry, Perry good!

Monique Perry broke the 40+ women’s 100m UTS Norths club record in Saturday’s Treloar Shield at Bankstown. Perry added to her successful day by taking out her heat of the 200m. Her squad mate Maria Cimino finished third in the … Continue reading

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Woman of the Year!

Steph Potter was named sports girl of the year at the International Grammar School’s presentation night on Monday. Steph dominated her school athletics in 2016, smashing records at every level.  

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Huge PB for Susie

Susie Douglas ran a huge personal best to finish fifth in the u/16 girls 200m hurdles at the Australian All Schools Championships in Canberra on Sunday. It was Susie’s last race in the event as she steps up to the … Continue reading

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Medals, medals and more medals

Competing for UTS Northern Suburbs, Ron Bendall squad members returned from the State Relays Championships at Blacktown on the weekend with a swag of medals. Ashley McMahon, 41, won gold in the men’s 200+ 4x200m and ran the race of his … Continue reading

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