Monthly Archives: June 2017

Ashley McPresident

Ashley McMahon has been elected President of UTS Northern Suburbs Athletics Club. He succeeds another Ron Bendall squad member Andy West who was elected to the 2017-18 club committee. Another squad member Maria Cimino was elected vice-president while Ryan Dowling also fills … Continue reading

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Ryan rockets to record

Ryan Dowling broke the UTS Norths club record in the 35+ years men’s 200m hurdles at Newcastle on Saturday. The previous record was held by squadmate Ashley McMahon. Dowling also set the club 35+ years men’s 2km cross country record … Continue reading

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Old and bold take home gold

At the Australian Masters Championships at Darwin last week, Ron Bendall squad athletes won nine gold medals, six silver and three bronze. They also set two UTS Norths club records and recorded 11 season’s best performances. Gold medal winners were: Ashley … Continue reading

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McMahon’s gold rush continues

Ashley McMahon took his gold medal tally to five on Day 3 of the Australian Masters Championships on Sunday at Darwin. McMahon added the men’s 40+ years 400m gold medal to his individual victories in the 60m, 100m and 200m. … Continue reading

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Headwind no hurdle for Donofrio

Nicolette Donofrio was a brilliant winner at her first attempt at 100m hurdles at Saturday’s meeting at SOPAC. Donofrio claimed some big name scalps as she cruised to victory, running into a huge headwind on a soggy track. Squadmate Steph … Continue reading

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Alice cleans up

Alice Bohdan continued her medal spree on Day 2 of the Australian Masters Championships at Darwin on Saturday, winning one gold and two silver medals. Bohdan convincingly won the 40+ years women’s 80m hurdles and was runner-up in both the … Continue reading

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First for Perry

Monique Perry won her first national gold medal on Day 1 of the Australian Masters Championships at Darwin on Friday. Competing in the 40+ years women’s 60m Perry held off classy South Australian Karen Long to win with squadmate Alice … Continue reading

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