Registration for the 2017-18 Season
JANUARY 01, 2018
Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2018.
The 1 October to 30 September timeframe covers both the Summer and Winter season.
The 1 April to 30 September timeframe covers Winter season only (RunNSW category).
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Members of Athletics New South Wales are entitled to a host of benefits depending on their level of membership.
Benefits include eligibility to compete in ANSW events, coverage for Personal Accident Insurance, Annual Calendar, Registration/Competition bib, eAthlete information service and access to the ANSW Athlete's Advantage Membership Program.
New members registration click here
Existing members registration click here
For athletes who want to transfer clubs: ANSW Club Transfer Form
The 2016/17 Summer Calendar has been released
JANUARY 01, 2018
Click here to download your event Calendar SUMMER 2016/17 COMPETITION CALENDAR
Click here to view the 2018 Post New Year Event Grid
Elijah takes the Treble at the Grass Games
JANUARY 29, 2018
The roles in the image were reversed on a warm and windy Saturday afternoon when UTS North's very own Elijah Williams favoured the Non-Olympic distances.
After battling Sydney Pacific’s Ben Treeby in the 300m Elijah had a few dry needles that were on offer from the ANSW Medical gazebo and then made quick work of the other competitors eyeing out the shorter 60m race.
The time frame between the events worked in his favour and sporting a fresh uniform that resembled a Batman come Looney Tune character, Elijah went ‘Beep beep’ and beat Treeby into 2nd with UTS Master, Ryan Dowling, running 3rd. DW, I mean EW broke the 150m record while doing the treble.
Natasha Hughes from Illawong did the 60/150 double for the ladies event with a rather unusual tie in the Women Long Jump Aggregate with Gemma Bratton sharing first place with Alice Bohdan as they applied themselves over 1m, 5m, 10m and 20m run up.
Those who hung around for the Eliminator were not disappointed as the strategy unfolded in front of us. Each round had athletes peering over their shoulders trying to jostle for position as the last one around was culled over the 4 lap event. UTS’s Leo Petersen had enough in reserve as his lactic energy system finished the 4th lap in 55.24sec and take the largest trophy on offer.
Click here for complete results.