Monthly Archives: April 2018

Ryan winds back the clock

Ryan Dowling ran his fastest time in 18 years to claim the men’s 35+ years 60m on the opening day of the Australian Masters’ Championships in Perth. Dowling’s 60m victory followed his win earlier in the day in the 400m … Continue reading

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Six of the best

Six Ron Bendall squad athletes will contest the Australian Masters Championships at Perth this week. Ryan Dowling, 35+ years  60m, 100m, 110m hurdles, 400m hurdles Ashley McMahon, 40+ years 60m, 100m, 200m, 400m, long jump Monique Perry, 40+ years 60m, … Continue reading

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Bendall appointed junior high performance coach

Ron Bendall has been appointed the NSW Target Talent Program sprints coach for the 2018-19 season. The program caters for the State’s junior high performance sprinters. It is Bendall’s fifth year in the position.

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Ryan throws his weight around

Ryan Dowling set a NSW record at the NSW Masters heavyweight throws championships at Wollongong. Competing in the 35+ years age group he hurdled the 25 pound (11.34kg) weight a commanding 14.09m.

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Monique the magnificent!

Monique Perry ran a slashing 100m to lower her 40+ years UTS Norths club record even further in Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field. Maria Cimino also excelled din the throws while Ashley McMahon, Caerl Murray and Ryan Dowling also … Continue reading

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Maya wins State title

Maya Piras downed the Australian All Schools champion to take out the 15 years girls 90m hurdles at the NSW Little Athletics Championships at SOPAC. Maya from Dubbo does her hurdles training by correspondence with the Ron Bendall squad. Her … Continue reading

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Anything they can do, Monique can do better!

Not to be outdone by the junior members of the Ron Bendall squad, masters athlete Monique Perry ran a personal best in winning her heat of the open women’s 100m at Bankstown Allcomers meeting. Over the previous two weeks, junior … Continue reading

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PBs all round

Ron Bendall squad athletes contested six events and ran six personal best times in the National Junior championships at SOPAC. Susie Douglas won the silver medal and ran a pb in the 400m hurdles and a also ran a pb … Continue reading

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Silver Susie

Susie Douglas ran her third consecutive personal best time to claim the silver medal in the under 18 years girls 400m hurdles at the Australian National Junior championships at SOPAC. Unleashing a withering burst, Susie failed by just 0.02 of … Continue reading

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